MBA Challenge Grant Program

Taft University is launching an MBA Challenge Grant! Earn your MBA for less than $6,000 when you take the challenge.

17th Annual Roger J. Duthoy Scholarship Awarded

William Howard Taft University is pleased to announce the 17th Annual Roger J. Duthoy Scholarship recipient is Linda Spreitzer from Milliken, Colorado. Mrs. Spreitzer is the principal of Knowledge Quest Academy, a rural Colorado charter school.

The Taft University System 2017 Graduation Celebration

On Thursday, July 27th, The Taft University System hosted a Graduate Recognition Event honoring Graduates from both William Howard Taft University and Taft Law School. Graduates and their families, current students, faculty and administration were in attendance. Graduates had the opportunity to have their pictures in cap and gown receiving their diploma.

Attendance increased from the previous graduation event, providing an opportunity for students and faculty to meet and network – most meeting face-to-face for the first time.

Several photos of William Howard Taft University graduates can be found here.

Limited-Time Tuition Grants now available to qualified applicants of the MST Program.

Taft University is pleased to announce a tuition grant for qualified MST Program applicants. Applications are currently being accepted for the MST Opportunity Grant, with enrollment starting June 15th, 2017. The first 25 qualified applicants (who can begin studies on or before October 15st, 2017) have an opportunity to earn the MST Degree for as low as $9,900.00 in total tuition, plus books and fees.*

Requirements of students who wish to take advantage of the grant:

  • Grant recipients must meet the regular admission requirements of the Program – a Bachelors degree from an accredited institution and a minimum of three years occupational experience in accounting or taxation. Exceptions will be made for Enrolled Agents and other adequately experienced applicants.
  • Only new applicants who have not previously been enrolled into a Taft University program are eligible for the Grant.

* call 303-867-1155 for more information.

The 17th Annual Dr. Roger J. Duthoy Scholarship is now accepting applications! The Duthoy scholarship will be limited to qualified Charter School Educators.

The Boyer School of Education faculty will select one individual to receive a full scholarship to William Howard Taft University’s nationally accredited, independent-study Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) with a concentration in Charter School Administration Program.

The award, valued in excess of $15,000.00 will include all tuition and related fees. (The award recipient is only responsible for the costs of books and materials, which can be obtained through many online sources.)

All applications and supporting materials must be received by the University on or before August 15, 2017.

 

Limited-Time Tuition Grants now available to qualified applicants of select School of Education programs.

Master of Education (M.Ed) Opportunity Grant

Taft University is pleased to announce a tuition grant for qualified M.Ed Program applicants. Applications are currently being accepted for the M.Ed. Opportunity Grant, with enrollment starting March 15th, 2017. The first 25 qualified applicants (who can enroll and begin studies on or before July 15st, 2017) have an opportunity to earn the M.Ed Degree for as low as $5,500.00 in total tuition, plus books and fees.*

Requirements of students who wish to take advantage of the grant:

  • Must have an earned Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and be currently employed in public or private education at the elementary, secondary or higher education level to apply to the Program.
  • In order for grant recipients to qualify for the reduced tuition in the second Semester, the first Semester must be completed within 6 months of matriculation.
  • In order for grant recipients to qualify for the reduced tuition in the third Semester, the second Semester must be completed within 6 months of enrollment in that Semester and within 18 months of matriculation.
  • Grant recipients must complete all graduation requirements within two years from the date of matriculation.
  • Only new applicants who have not previously been enrolled into a Taft University program are eligible for the Grant.

*call for more information.

 

Doctor of Education (Ed.D) Opportunity Grant

Taft University is pleased to announce a tuition grant for qualified Ed.D. Program applicants. For a limited time, the first 25 qualified applicants (who can Enroll and begin studies on or before June 1st, 2017) have an opportunity to earn the Ed.D Degree for as low as $9,072.00 in total tuition, plus books.*

The Grant program is available only for these three William Howard Taft University Program options:

  • Doctor of Education (Ed.D) – emphasizes course work in leadership and management in a variety of educational and public service settings. It requires no classroom or seminar attendance. The Program is of particular interest to individuals with public or private school teaching experience who seek administrative positions or middle level managers who are interested in moving into higher levels of administration.
  • Ed.D with a concentration in Technology and Leadership (Ed.D T&L) – emphasizes course work in leadership and management in a variety of educational and public service settings. The Educational Technology Concentration provides students with a solid foundation of advanced concepts in instructional design, management, laws and ethics, and emerging trends as they apply to the use of technology in a variety of educational settings. The Program is of particular interest to individuals with public or private school teaching experience who seek administrative positions or middle level managers who are interested in moving into higher levels of administration.
  • Ed.D with a concentration in Charter School Administration (Ed.D CSA) – emphasizes course work in educational leadership and management with a focus on charter school operations. The Program is of interest to school administrators and individuals with public or private school teaching experience who are interested in advancing to higher levels of administration – particularly in the charter school arena.

 

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