Smith is one of 600+ colleges/universities that participate in the Tuition Exchange Program. This is a program that provides awarded scholarships for children of other college/university employees to bring to Smith. For the 2015 - 2016 academic year Smith College will award $33,000 for their TE scholarships. Smith College has deemed that the TE scholarships may be used for tuition fees only. The deadline for a Tuition Exchange Scholarship Certification & Application is February 1st. Applications received after that date will not be considered for a TE scholarship award. In compliance with the Tuition Exchange Program, it is the responsibility of the exporting institution to:
The Tuition Exchange Program as defined by Smith College:
Questions regarding the Tuition Exchange Program and its policies should be directed to Lynn Cocco, the Tuition Exchange Liaison Officer at Smith College, in the Office of Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-585-2273.
Students must apply for admission to Smith by the noted deadlines. Parents need to meet with their Tuition Exchange Liaison at their home college/university to see if they are selected for this benefit. Students selected by their home institution to receive this benefit must have a TE application submitted to Smith by February 1(via Human Resources). Based on a student's admissibility to Smith, the Office of Admission will select three recipients.
Students selected to receive a TE award will be notified in early April. Both the offer of admission and the TE award must be responded to by May 1st.
Please note the following:
Questions regarding the admission process should be directed to Deedee Cleveland, Senior Assistant Director of Admission, in the Office of Admission, email@example.com or 413-585-2500.
It is not necessary that a student need financial aid to qualify for this program. The program is actually designed as a benefit, not a financial aid award. In fact, if an admitted student were eligible for a Smith grant greater than the amount of a TE award, then the student would not get the TE award. Instead she would get a Smith grant (greater than the TE award) in order that her total family need is met.
If you wish to be considered for need-based financial aid, you must:
Questions regarding financial aid should be directed to the Office of Student Financial Services, firstname.lastname@example.org or 413-585-2530.
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