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Introducing Calvary University’s Study Work Program (SWP). As the cost of a college education continues to rise, so does the importance of achieving it. Unfortunately, this leaves many students with little choice but to graduate with massive debt. But Calvary University wants to change that through the Study Work Program.

How Does the SWP Work?

Who Can Apply to the SWP?

Current students and new students can apply for the program. Current students need to meet the following standards:

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
  • No academic probation
  • Good-standing approval by the Student Deans
  • Completion of the FAFSA
  • Continued enrollment as a traditional college student with a minimum of 14 credit hours per semester
  • Accepted application or review for the S&WP

New students need to meet the following standards:

  • Minimum ACT of 19 or SAT of 910
  • Minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Completion of the FAFSA
  • Enrollment as a traditional college student with a minimum of 14 credit hours per semester
  • Accepted application into the S&WP

What Happens When a Student Is Accepted?

Once a student is accepted into this program, Calvary University will provide an off campus job for them. The student will go through the interview process with a potential employer to see if they are a good fit for a particular job. Students accepted into the program will work an average of 15 hours per week for 15 weeks, at a stated wage. These earnings will provide additional tuition funding for the students in the program.

 

 

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