Claremont Lincoln University Offers Graduate Degree Scholarships to Texas College Graduates

Texas College, the historically Black educational institution in Tyler, has entered into an agreement with Claremont Lincoln University, a distance learning graduate education institution headquartered  in California.

Under the agreement, Texas College graduates will be offered a scholarship toward tuition by Claremont Lincoln University. This scholarship can be applied towards all CLU master’s degree programs. CLU currently provides master’s degrees in social impact, peace and social justice, and in organizational leadership with concentrations in seven disciplines: civic engagement, ethics, healthcare, higher education, human resources, professional studies, and tech management.

“We are thrilled to be able to provide our educational programs to Texas College,” said Joseph Sallustio, chief operating office at Claremont Lincoln University. “We recognize the significance of this partnership-in the same way these programs will make a positive impact on individual students’ personal and career development, they will also directly influence and benefit their communities throughout the Texas region.”

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