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Human Resources

Tuition Exchange Program

Information for Member Institutions

The Tuition Exchange Organization has over 600 colleges and universities in the United States participating in this scholarship program. Adelphi University has been a member for several decades, granting scholarships to qualified students from a wide representation of these institutions.

We welcome applications from students whose parents are employed by institutions that are members of the Tuition Exchange Program. Please be aware of the following guidelines:  

  • It is necessary for the student to submit the Tuition Exchange application to the Tuition Exchange liaison at their home school. Once approved there, it will be processed electronically to Adelphi. 
  • The student must also apply to Adelphi University in order to be formally accepted for undergraduate matriculation. 
  • Once the student has been accepted through Adelphi’s Office of Admissions, then a determination will be made on granting the Tuition Exchange scholarship. 
Information regarding the Tuition Exchange Scholarship and a complete list of participating schools is available at

Information for Adelphi University Employees

Dependent children of active full-time employees with at least 4 years of continuous full-time employment at Adelphi are eligible to apply for undergraduate Tuition Exchange scholarships. The Tuition Exchange Committee at Adelphi University will receive applications for scholarships the academic year (or either semester of that year), but the students should be applying now to any college or university they hope to enter in the fall.

Upon request, you must be able to provide the student’s financial dependence on the parent(s). Dependent children who already possess a bachelor’s degree are not eligible to participate in the Tuition Exchange Program. Successful candidates must be accepted for registration at these institutions for the fall 2020 semester as a full-time student. Tuition exchange scholarships are awarded for a period of one year and must be re-applied for on an annual basis. Awards are based on GPA, SAT/ACT scores, etc. (see the guidelines and criteria for specific documentation), which are evaluated by the Tuition Exchange Committee.

Please be aware that:

  • It is the student’s responsibility to gain acceptance to the Tuition Exchange college or university for the academic year.
  • If a student is awarded a Tuition Exchange scholarship by Adelphi, this scholarship is contingent upon the import college/university approving the student through the rules and requirements of that institution’s Tuition Exchange Program. Please note, each institution uses its own acceptance formula and deadlines for granting Tuition Exchange awards.

Information regarding the Tuition Exchange Scholarship and a complete list of participating colleges and universities are available at  Please review the guidelines and criteria document and the new application procedures below.

How to apply:

Applications must be submitted online through the Tuition Exchange website at

Please read the instructions and hit the “Apply Now” button. You will then be brought to the online application. Please fill out all of the fields and be sure to click all of the colleges or universities you would like the application to go to, if approved by Adelphi. At the end of the application, click the “Submit Application” button. Once submitted, you will receive an email confirming that your application has been submitted to Adelphi. It is recommended that you keep this email.

Documentation such as transcripts and SAT/ACT scores must be submitted separately in hard copy form. Recertification applicants do not have to complete an online application; they must only send in the required documentation, as outlined in the attached guidelines and criteria.

If you have any questions about the online application please email Anthony Maldonado at All online applications must be submitted by the deadline of Monday December 2, 2019. If back-up documentation such as transcripts, SAT/ACT scores, etc., are not available by this date, please submit your application and advise us when the additional documentation will be submitted in order to determine if we can accept them. 

» Tuition Exchange Program Guidelines and Criteria (PDF)

» Tuition Exchange Application and Committee Policy (PDF)

Please note: It is strongly recommended that students contact the school(s) they are applying to in order to find out if they accept a Tuition Exchange student for the academic year for which they are applying.

For more information about the Tuition Exchange Program, please contact:

Anthony Maldonado
Senior Human Resources Generalist
Levermore Hall, Room 203
p – 516.877.3223
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