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September 18, 2017

WSU approves up to $3,767 out-of-state scholarship

PHOTOS/NATHAN FISKE Students at Worcester State University, where in-state commuters still pay under $10,000 in tuition and fees per year.

Out-of-state students looking to enroll in Worcester State University now have the chance to do so at a cheaper price.

The university's Board of Trustees approved last week an incentive program to reduce an out-of-state student’s tuition by up to $3,767.

The scholarship is structured as a reduction of up to half of the student’s $7,534 general fee, but operates as a discount on the $7,050 surcharge out-of-state students pay. 

Though the academic criteria for eligibility of the scholarship is not yet set, the school is eyeing a criteria of a 2.5 minimum GPA in high school and full-time day school enrollment.

For renewal, students would need to maintain the same GPA, full-time status and a minimum of eight contiguous semesters of eligibility.

The program would apply to undergraduate students only.

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