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ADCS Honors First Responders with Tuition Discount

November 7, 2018 Tags: Academics , University News

Firefighters, Police and Ambulance Personnel:
Thank you for answering the call!

Saint Francis University embraces the mission of a heart for service and emphasizes continuing education opportunities for personal and career enhancement as well as inspiring a love of lifelong learning.
First Responder ButtonFirefighters, Police and Ambulance personnel display dedication, bravery, and unselfishness every day as they run towards danger to protect our families and communities. The University would like to say thanks by making it more affordable to earn a degree. 

The Adult Degree & Continuing Studies program (ADCS) is proud to offer a new tuition discount to active paid firefighters, police and ambulance personnel alongside an existing discount to volunteer firefighters and EMS personnel. 

ADCS is offering a 25% discount ($360 per credit) for active paid firefighters, police and ambulance personnel. Discount rate applies to all degrees within ADCS (see below for the list). ADCS gives the option of completing some degrees entirely online, or taking evening/weekend classes in Cambria, Blair, and Centre counties with flexible degree and certificate options tailored to the adult learner.  

ADCS Degrees include: Accounting, Aviation, Behavioral Science, Business Administration, Computer Systems Management, Early Childhood Education, Engineering (Applied Science), Health Professions Technology, Human Resource/Computer Technology, Health Care Management, Health Studies, Management, Medical Laboratory Science, Mechanical Technology, and Organizational Leadership.

Balancing a life of work, service and family alongside class obligations won’t be easy, but big goals are worth the sacrifices. Let us help you fit it all together.

Learn more about Adult Degree & Continuing Studies

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