Kepler College has two types of scholarship opportunities for students. These scholarships are designed to help students taking our intensive courses for a certificate or diploma.
The first is our Maggie Nalbandian Scholarship. The candidate must have successfully completed at least one course at Kepler and need financial assistance to continue their studies.
The second a full scholarship under our diversity scholarship program, which is designed to increase access for under-represented groups.
We also have special recognition discounts for our Veterans. To honor their service, veterans can receive a discount for any of our courses by providing proof of veteran status. Before enrolling in the course, send proof of veteran status by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are grateful to everyone for contributing to our scholarship fund through direct contributions, donating time to host a workshop or webinar that directs proceeds to scholarships, or volunteers presenting in our Special Fundraising Events.
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Number of Students Receiving Scholarships in 2020-2021
The Maggie Nalbandian Scholarships sponsored by Keplar College
Eligibility: Students who have completed at least one course at Kepler are eligible to apply for this scholarship for financial assistance. NOTE: Applications are submitted on a term-by-term basis been if you have been approved in a previous month.
THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS NO LATER THAN ONE MONTH BEFORE THE START OF EACH TERM!
The serve the largest number of students, these scholarships generally range between $100-$250 per student, per term.
Kepler offers an opportunity for tuition-free scholarships to those who are under-represented in astrology education programs and who would not financially afford the program without assistance. Qualified applicants, of any age, may be physically challenged, a member of a historically marginalized ethnic, gender or sexual minority, or an intersection of any of the above. NOTE: Scholarship funds awarded with the intention for the student to use within one (1) academic year, afterwards unused funds are forfeited and the student can reapply. Scholarships are awarded in September.
Students who are members of astrological organizations are encouraged to check if they offer any scholarships for astrological study. ISAR, AFA, OPA and NCGR do periodically provide these general scholarships that can be used at many astrology schools. Other groups may as well.