Non-STEM Majors: Criminal Justice, Social Science & Liberal Arts

Non-STEM Majors: Criminal Justice, Social Science & Liberal Arts

I am a criminal justice, social science or liberal arts major.

Social Science and Liberal Arts majors include any major listed on this page except: Forensic Science, Cell & Molecular Biology, Toxicology, Computer Science and Information Security and Applied Mathematics.

If you are interested in taking a course this summer and receiving tuition assistance, please complete the following steps to start your eligibility:

STEP 1:  fill out this interest form.

STEP 2: view the Summer 2023 Info Session to learn more about how Summer Acceleration and tuition assistance works. (Viewing an info session is a mandatory step in order to receive tuition assistance from the Acceleration Program, even if you have received tuition assistance in the past.) Make sure to submit the Microsoft Form as well to have your info session "attendence" recourded. 

Please note that tuition assistance is awarded on a first-come-first-served basis as long as funds are available and eligibility requirements have been confirmed.  Students who are confirmed in the Acceleration program will receive an email and form confirming their enrollment in the program for summer 2023.


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