Pay less for college when you earn a scholarship

Scholarships

We want your degree to accommodate your budget. Our scholarships can help you complete your degree at a fraction of the price.

Scholarship Options at Naaleh College

Need-based Financial Assistance

We offer up to a 50% reduction in tuition for students of limited financial means.

To Apply

Submit your two most recent annual tax returns to: financial.office@naalehcollege.edu.

Academic Scholarships

If you have a combined SAT score of 1300 (verbal + math score) or above, you’re eligible for a 50% reduction in tuition.

To Apply

Submit your official score reports to registrar@naalehcollege.edu

Other Options

Jewish Educator Scholarship
Talmud Fellowships
Dean’s Scholarship

We salute the dedicated professionals working as educators in Jewish educational institutions. The Jewish Educator Scholarship is available to Jewish educational professionals who are currently teaching at a Jewish educational institution, and who have been employed as educators in Jewish educational institutions for at least three years.
Scholarships of up to 30% discount from full tuition are awarded on a course-by-course basis, based on availability.

To Apply:

Submit a letter of employment from your current employers confirming that you are currently working as an educator in a Jewish educational institution and stating the years you have been employed as a Jewish educator to registrar@naalehcollege.edu.

Talmud Fellowships are awarded to students with superior Talmud scholarship. Students who are awarded this scholarship have graduated from a yeshiva high school, have studied 150 folios of Talmud, and demonstrated proficiency based on high grades. Depending on availability, Talmud Fellows are awarded up to 38% off of tuition, or $216 per credit instead of $300 per credit.

To Apply:

Submit high school and post-high school yeshiva transcripts which demonstrate eligibility to registrar@naalehcollege.edu

This unique scholarship is awarded to a limited number of students, who have completed at least one semester at Naaleh College and have demonstrated high achievement and strong academic performance.

Dean’s Scholars receive a significant tuition reduction, paying only $300 per 3-credit course or $100 per credit.

Recipients of the Dean’s Scholarship commit to completing their degree and graduating from Naaleh College.  Dean’s Scholars who withdraw from Naaleh College without completing their degrees will be retroactively charged full tuition for all courses they have taken at Naaleh, and will need to repay all scholarship monies to the institution.   No Leave of Absences are extended to Dean’s Scholars.

To Apply:

Submit a Dean’s Scholar application essay (details below) to registrar@naalehcollege.edu.

Scholarship application essay

Please include the following points in your essay:

  • Describe and substantiate your high level of motivation to succeed
  • Point out why you lacked earlier opportunities to advance your higher education.
  • Express your unique goals for your future.
  • Explain how earning a degree at Naaleh College will positively impact yourself and others.
  • Your letter of recommendation should also explain why you’re eligible for this scholarship.

The essay should be well-written, at least one page long, and should be emailed to registrar@naalehcollege.edu, with title “Application Essay for Dean’s Scholarship“

How does the scholarship application process work?

1

Apply to Naaleh College.

2

Submit all application documents to registrar@naalehcollege.edu

3

Submit scholarship application to appropriate email listed above.  Identify the scholarship you are applying for in the email.

Scholarship Terms

  • All scholarships are renewed annually based on students’ fulfillment of requirements.
  • Dean’s and Academic Scholars must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA (B+ average). Dean’s Scholars must be consecutively enrolled in at least 3 courses per semester.
  • Need-based scholarship recipients must submit tax returns every year they are awarded the scholarship.
  • Scholarships do not include fees and textbook costs
  • Failure to uphold terms of scholarships may result in students being retroactively charged full tuition for courses.
  • Non-matriculating and auditing students may not be eligible to apply for scholarships.