The Art Institute of California – Hollywood Tackle Higher Education Affordability with Art Grant Program
September 30, 2014
Through the program, which will launch beginning Oct. 1, students at The Art Institute of California – Hollywood are eligible to earn grant funding for every 12 course credits earned while maintaining continuous enrollment status, regardless of their program of study. An eligible associate degree student may earn up to 15 percent (between $6,400 and $6,900) of their tuition in grant funding over the course of their studies and an eligible bachelor’s degree student may earn up to 20 percent (between $17,300 and $18,600) of their tuition in grant funding over the course of their studies at The Art Institute of California – Hollywood. Students must meet all conditions to qualify.
“The Art Institute of California—Hollywood is excited to provide grants that reduce the cost of higher education for dedicated students who have completed at least 12 credits. The Art Grant helps students to complete their creative education and transition into a creative career,” said David Ray, Interim President, The Art Institute of California—Hollywood.