Financial Aid

A demonstrated need, a significant contribution

The Tuck Business Bridge Program offers limited financial aid in the form of loans and scholarships to students with a demonstrated need and who will contribute significantly to the program through classroom performance and leadership.

Because there are no endowed scholarships, aid comes directly from the Tuck School of Business. So our belief in these students – and their commitment to the program – is the basis of our aid decision.

Students are eligible for aid only after they have been accepted to the program. There are no full scholarships, so students should expect to contribute a portion of tuition and fees. International students are eligible for financial aid.

Employer support
Students with internships have had success asking their employers to pay some or all of the Bridge fees. For them, the investment will be repaid through your increased effectiveness on the job.
 

Talcottc Test

Bridge was the perfect fit for my summer plans since I had difficulty getting a good internship in this economy. You can tell people you're a fast learner, that you work really hard, and that you're a good writer, but in today's competitive fields you need to show employers that you have the basic business skills.

~Claire Talcott, Bridge ’09, Trinity College ’10
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