Kaplan, Inc. has established the DREAMers Education Initiative (DEI) Scholarship to assist students who, due to status as undocumented immigrants, are unable to access other forms of financial aid or assistance. These students (“DREAMers”) came to the United States as minors without immigration status and have graduated from U.S. high schools or earned a U.S.-based high school equivalency. Kaplan, along with its parent corporation, The Washington Post Company, is dedicated to opening the doors of higher education to all students.
DREAMers who meet the following criteria will be eligible to apply for the DEI Scholarship. DREAMers must provide acceptable documentation that they meet this criterion upon the College’s request. Mount Washington College reserves the right to change the terms of this scholarship at any time or revoke or deny an award if the student does not meet the defined criteria: Accepted into a Mount Washington College associate's or bachelor's degree program Born outside the United States A resident of any state or states in the United States continuously from age 16 or younger Currently age 30 or younger Graduated from a U.S.-based high school with a cumulative grade point average of “B” (3.0/4.0) or better or achieved a U.S. state-approved high school equivalency with a score equivalent to a "B" (3.0/4.0) or higher Has never received official approval or documentation from the U.S. immigration authorities to reside in the United States