Business Bridge admits a highly qualified class of students without regard to their financial circumstances. We offer an array of need-based aid, aid for first generation students, and aid for students from specific institutions.
All scholarship aid awards are made possible through the generosity of philanthropic donors, including Business Bridge, Tuck, and Dartmouth alumni, alumni from partner institutions, corporations, and nonprofit foundations. We offer scholarships to enroll outstanding students who, absent funding, might not attend the program. All scholarship recipients will be required to write a letter of appreciation to the donor.
Financial aid is available to admitted students who demonstrate need and who will contribute significantly to the program through classroom performance and leadership. Students complete a financial aid application after they have been accepted into the program. Aid is determined based on a variety of factors, including cost of the program, the student's ability to contribute, student debt levels consistent with successful repayment, and the school's availability of funds. Aid helps cover the direct expenses of attending the program, including tuition, fees, meals, and lodging. Bridge is for everyone with the potential and motivation to succeed and we will work with strong candidates from all backgrounds to join us. We encourage students to apply early as financial aid is distributed to students as they apply.
Students with internships or job offers have had success asking their employers to pay some or all of the Bridge fees. Employers reap the benefits of Bridge students' increased effectiveness on the job.
Some colleges and institutions are able to provide financial aid funding for Tuck Bridge, inquire with your career services office to see if that applies to your institution. Thanks to our generous donors, Tuck Bridge is able to offer additional scholarship funding to students who are currently enrolled at the following institutions: Colorado College, Dartmouth, and NESCAC Schools: Amherst College, Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Connecticut College, Hamilton College, Middlebury College, Tufts University, Trinity College, Wesleyan University, and Williams College.