Starting in January 2023 students at Martin University can expect a 45% decrease in undergraduate tuition and a 42% decrease in graduate tuition, along with the potential to have up to $10,000 from their previous account balance forgiven.
The university announced its Reset to Reemerge Campaign on Oct. 6 with the goal of making education more accessible and affordable.
“These new, lower tuition rates means that if an undergraduate student was eligible to receive Federal Pell Grants and other financial aid offers by the state of Indiana, they could complete their degree at Martin University debt-free,” Martin University President Dr. Sean Huddleston said at a press conference.
The new tuition plan will allow students at the university to take between 12 and 18 credit hours at a flat rate.
“Our new rates will position our university as one of the most affordable and one of the best values in higher education in the state of Indiana,” Huddleston said.
Students who attended Martin University for two consecutive years prior to 2020 and have an account balance may qualify for the Pathways to Completion Initiative, which can forgive their past account balance. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-917-3308.
In the past, Martin University revamped its Prior Learning Assessment Program, which offers students college credit outside of the classroom through training programs, independent study and community service.
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