The Tuition Exchange Organization has over 600 colleges and universities in the United States participating in this scholarship program. Adelphi University has been a member for thirty-one years, granting scholarships to qualified students from a wide representation of these institutions.
We welcome applications from students whose parents are employed by institutions that are members of the Tuition Exchange Program.
The following guidelines will be helpful:
- It is necessary for the student to submit the Tuition Exchange application to the Tuition Exchange liaison at their home school. Once approved there, it will be processed electronically to Adelphi.
- The student must also apply to the Adelphi University Office of Admissions in order to be formally accepted for undergraduate matriculation.
- Once the student has been accepted through Adelphi’s Admissions Office, then a determination will be made on granting the Tuition Exchange scholarship.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Lisa S. Araujo
Associate Vice President for
Human Resources & Labor Relations