Anderson University Offers Tuition Fee Assistance To Essential Workers

Anderson University honors our frontline and essential workers’ tireless efforts, remarkable sacrifices, and dedication in helping to bring back some sense of normalcy to our lives in difficult times.

The university has created the Essential Workers Grant to recognize frontline workers’ dedication and contribution over the years.

“Our frontline workers have and continue to put themselves at risk to support and sustain us throughout the pandemic in order to serve the public,” said Benjamin Deaton, vice president of technology, online learning, and innovation at Anderson University. “The Essential Workers Grant is just one way for us to recognize their hard work and sacrifice while offering financial support to further their education and career.”

This university-funded educational grant offers up to $4,750 toward any Anderson University online bachelor’s or certificate program, as well as select master’s degrees in education, business, public service, health professions, and Christian studies.

Essential workers include healthcare providers, teachers, postal workers, grocery store employees, and countless others over the last couple of years.

Interested applicants must be working for an essential organization, such as a K-12 system or education provider, a healthcare provider, a grocery shop, a big box store, a postal service, a retailer, a gas station, a hospitality provider, or a church.

The application period began on February 15 and will end on July 22. Visit for more information about Anderson University’s Essential Workers Grant.

Anyone interested should contact [email protected] to inquire if they qualify.

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