In an effort to further drive creative careers while inspiring the next generation of young artists, the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (RMCAD) is offering a scholarship tuition grant for Jefferson County high school graduates and teachers as part of our community partnership.
30 CREDITS GRANTED
(ONE YEAR TUITION)
|1-30 Credits: 3 credits granted (Freshman Year)
31-60 Credits: 6 credits granted (Sophomore Year)
61-90 Credits: 9 credits granted (Junior Year)
90-123 Credits: 12 credits granted (Senior Year)
50% DISCOUNTED RATE
|Contact admissions for more information.
JEFFCO SENIOR DAY
OPEN HOUSE EVENT
NOVEMBER 9, 2019
The reduced tuition grant goes into effect starting the 2022/2023 academic school year. Current students who went to a Jefferson County high school will be grandfathered in based on their current grade level. This applies to all Jefferson County graduates.
In order to be Title IV eligible for our Masters program you will need to be in 12+ credit hours for Full-Time eligibility, and 6+ credit hours for Part-Time eligibility.
*This grant is not stackable with any other internal scholarship or institutional grant.