On February 2, 2016

College of St. Joseph offers Drive to CSJ Grant for new commuter students

RUTLAND—On Friday, Jan. 22, the College of St. Joseph announced a new Drive to CSJ Grant available to new, commuter students who begin at CSJ in Fall 2016.

The new grant allows students to save on room and board costs while it helps cover the cost of the commute to campus. Students can experience the best of both worlds with all of the benefits and savings of living at home, while still learning in a classroom environment.

The Drive to CSJ Grant provides eligible students with $500 per semester for the first two years of their commuter enrollment. Students must be new, entering full-time undergraduate students (including transfer students) in fall and spring semester of their first two years of study at CSJ. The deadline to apply for the first Drive to CSJ Grants is March 1, 2016.

College of St. Joseph offers associate degrees in criminal justice, accounting, business administration, human services and liberal studies, and bachelor degrees in accounting, alcohol and substance abuse services, business administration, child and family services, community development and counseling, criminal justice, English, health science, history, human services, liberal studies, psychology, public safety administration, radiologic sciences, sonography, and sports management.

Learn more at www.csj.edu/drive.

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