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Internal Scholarship

SLU Internal Scholarship

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Internal Scholarship Requirements

Institutional tuition scholarships are available to assist:

Doctoral Degrees | Non-Degree Continuing Education | Coordiantors | Provisionally Approved Instructors

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Administrators and Adjunct Instructors Seeking a Doctoral Degree

An approved adjunct instructor pursuing a doctoral degree from Saint Louis University may apply to the 1818 ACC Office for a scholarship.

  • Requirements/Guidelines:
    • Administrators are expected to be an active partner in the 1818 ACC Program by enrolling students at the school to use this benefit.
    • Adjunct Instructors are expected to have student enrollment in his/her 1818 ACC course(s) during the time for which the scholarship is applicable.
    • The scholarship will cover half-tuition for the first twelve (12) hours of the doctoral program. 
    • After the successful completion of twelve (12) hours, the teacher may apply for an additional scholarship that will provide full tuition for the remainder of the program. 
    • No adjunct instructor will receive this scholarship money for more than six (6) hours in any given academic year, including summer school.

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Adjunct Instructors Seeking Non-Degree Continuing Graduate Education

Adjunct instructors who are non-degree candidates may apply to the 1818 ACC Office for a scholarship.

  • Requirements/Guidelines
    • Adjunct Instructors are expected to have student enrollment in his/her 1818 ACC course(s) during the time for which the scholarship is applicable.
    • Adjunct instructors may receive scholarship money for no more than six (6) hours in any given academic year, including summer school.

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Coordinators Seeking To Teach for 1818 ACC

Though not an approved adjunct instructor in the program, the 1818 ACC High School Coordinator, participates by coordinating student registration, course and program evaluations, course approvals, and other administrative tasks as designated by the high school principal and/or the 1818 ACC Director.

For his/her participation in the program, the 1818 ACC High School Coordinator may apply to the 1818 ACC Office for a scholarship in the discipline in which the instructor is currently teaching, or in which the instructor intends to teach an 1818 ACC course.

The scholarship helps a prospective adjunct instructor earn a Master's degree in the field in which he/she intends to teach in the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program, with the approval of the respective high school administrator.

  • Requirements/Guidelines:
    • The scholarship will cover full tuition at Saint Louis University for up to six (6) credit hours during the academic year until all degree requirements are met. 
    • No adjunct instructor will receive this scholarship money for more than six (6) hours in any given academic year, including summer school. 
    • The scholarship benefit applies as long as the faculty member remains in the position of 1818 ACC High School Coordinator, by mutual agreement of the high school principal and 1818 ACC Director. 
    • Participating high schools are limited to one High School Coordinator scholarship per school.

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Provisionally Approved 1818 ACC Adjuncts

A teacher provisionally approved to participate in the 1818 ACC program who has completed nine to twelve graduate hours in the subject area taught (as determined by the university department), may apply to the 1818 ACC Office for a scholarship.

This scholarship helps adjunct instructors achieve a Master's degree in the subject area for which the teacher was provisionally approved to teach.

  • Requirements/Guidelines:
    • Adjunct Instructors are expected to have student enrollment in his/her 1818 ACC course(s) during the time for which the scholarship is applicable.
    • The scholarship will cover full tuition at Saint Louis University for up to six (6) credit hours during the academic year until all degree requirements are met. 
    • No adjunct instructor will receive this scholarship money for more than six (6) hours in any given academic year, including summer school.

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Scholarship Application and Acceptance Process

In order for a prospective 1818 ACC Adjunct Instructor to receive an Internal Scholarship for course work taken at Saint Louis University, they will need to follow these steps to ensure their application is received and processed on time.

Applying for a Scholarship

  1. Review and ensure that you meet the criteria for enrollment in graduate level courses as outlined in the Graduate School Catalog.
  2. Review semester course offerings online to ensure your desired course is being offered. 
  3. Identify which type of graduate student you are: 
  4. Once you are accepted into the graduate program at SLU, log in with your SLUnet Id/Username and password to Banner Self-Service and register for desired courses.
  5. Download and complete the Internal Tuition Scholarship Application.
  6. Return the form to the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program office.

Upon receipt of your application to the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program office, the 1818 ACC Director will review the documents. Once approved the application will be processed by the Office of Student Accounts.

Please note it can take up to 2 weeks for scholarship information to be processed and approved before requiring you to accept the awards and have them applied towards your tuition.

Accepting a Scholarship

Once Saint Louis University has processed your application you will be required to accept the scholarship to have it applied to your account. To accept you scholarship, please follow these steps:

  1. Log in to Banner Self Service using your SLUnet user name/ID and password.
  2. Click on the "Financial Aid" tab located beneath the SLU header and above the search box.
  3. On the newly loaded page, click on "Award."
  4. Navigate and click on "Award Package for Aid Year."
  5. In the drop down menu, select the current year that you have applied for aid and press submit.
  6. Underneath the "Award Package for Aid Year ..." header find the "Terms and Conditions" tab and click it.
  7. Accept any terms and conditions. Then click on the "Accept Award Offer" tab.
  8. Accept your scholarship award.

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