Tuition remission, grants and scholarships specifically for part-time and nontraditional students are essential to helping students afford a college education. The Federal Work Study Program is often not an option for students who already work full-time and have family obligations. By making more funds available to nontraditional students, we are improving the chance they will complete their degrees and investing in a more educated workforce and stronger economy.
- Tuition Remission
We encourage you to speak with your employer and explore the availability of tuition remission.
- Policy Advocacy for Financial Aid
"ECS is the trusted source for comprehensive knowledge and unbiased resources on education policy issues ranging from early learning through postsecondary education."
"CLASP advocates for career pathways—linked education and training programs that help students develop basic skills, advance to higher levels of education, and secure valued credentials and high-quality jobs. We also promote access to financial aid and public benefits, ensuring students have the supports they need to complete education and training and climb the ladder economically."
CLASP Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success
- Rutgers Financial Aid Office
All students must complete the FAFSA application in order to receive Financial Aid from Rutgers.
HESAA (Higher Education Student Assistance Authority) Distributes the New Jersey Tuition Aid Grant (TAG)