Incentives for Active Duty, Reserve and Veteran Military Personnel
As a thank you for the vital role the members of the U.S. Armed Services play in our country's safety and welfare, we provide a number of benefits including a military tuition discount to active duty, reserve, and veterans – and their spouses - of $250 per credit hour for Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees and $385 per credit hour for Master’s degrees. Additionally, CU provides a book voucher of up to $800 each academic year ($100 per class for up to eight classes) for undergraduate military students. For complete program details, please click here.
Incentives for Fire Fighters, Police Officers and Rescue First Responders
Chancellor University is pleased to show our thanks and appreciation to Public Service members with a reduced tuition rate – and their spouses - of $250 per credit hour for Associate’s and Bachelor’s degrees and $385 per credit hour for Master’s degrees. To determine eligibility, contact the CU business office at 216-361-9094 or email BusinessOffice@ChancellorU.edu to receive the Public Service Discount Form. For complete program details, please click here.
Credit by Examination (CBE)
A student may request a special examination for course credit within 30 days of submitting an official application for enrollment. The examination is graded by a subject-area faculty member and submitted with a grade of pass or fail to the Office of Academic Records. A Pass grade results in credits being entered on the student's transcript, while a failing grade is not. Neither a pass nor fail affects the student's cumulative GPA. Students interested in CBE should contact their advisor to obtain a list of courses available for credit by examination. The fee for this exam is non-refundable.
- Credit for courses taken by examination at other institutions cannot be transferred to Chancellor University.
- CBE may not be used toward the University's residency requirements.
- Credits earned through Portfolio Review Process, Direct Assessment, or CBE may not be eligible for transfer credit at other institutions.
Career Services: Student Employment
Once a student has developed their skills with an Academic and Career Advisor, they can apply to enter into any of the following programs through our Student Employment Office:
- Internship Program
- Co-op Program
- Work-Study Program
- CU Mentor Connect Program
Students can also seek out the assistance of Student Employment to help with finding peer and alumni mentors, as well as, finding great resources for different career opportunities.