Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Scholarships & Grants – Financial Aid

 

Dale Kietzman Academy offers scholarships and grants specifically designed to recognize and assist international students who wish to enroll at DKA.

International Gateway Career Grant

The International Gateway Career Grant is designed to recognize, award, and assist international students who wish to study in their home country. The purpose of the grant is to help international students reach their goal of obtaining a career education at the undergraduate levels.

Initial Eligibility: Each calendar year, international students who are enrolled in an undergraduate level online program of study at Dale Kietzman Academy or an undergraduate level program at a University Education Resource Center established by Dale Kietzman Academy in a country other than the United States, qualify for this grant, (subject to availability of funding).

Award: Eligible students will be awarded $800 per course for undergraduate degree level. Grant payments are applied directly to students’ tuition and fee charges on their student accounts.

Institution Partnership Scholarship

The Institution Partnership Scholarship is designed to enhance collaboration betweeneducational institutions and facilitate continued higher education for students. It is offered to students from Universities and Colleges outside of the United States with whom Dale Kietzman Academy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding and certain Program Agreements. The agreements either relate to joint programs or to the acceptance of academic credits earned in certain other specific programs.

Partnership for International Education Scholarship – $2,400 Scholarship

The Partnership for International Education Scholarship helps international students reaches their goal of obtaining a career education at the post-secondary and graduate levels. Each calendar year the first 100 international students who have a F1 or M1 Visa and have completed the application process may qualify for this scholarship. Scholarship payments are applied directly to students’ tuition and fee charges on their student accounts each term, in amounts based upon their course load, up to $800.

Joseph E. Hurn Scholarship

The Joseph E. Hurn Scholarship is designed to recognize and award students who excel in their university studies. Funded by Dale Kietzman Academy, the Hurn Scholarship is based on academic merit alone. Students are evaluated for eligibility after they complete one academic year (the evaluation period), based on certain factors.