Obtaining a Scholarship

All accepted participants receive a scholarship from Tuck that covers more than half the program price.

The full price of an Tuck Executive Education program is $14,000. For the Tuck Diversity Business Programs, sixty percent of this cost is charitably underwritten by Tuck. The participant fee covers the balance of tuition and materials. We do everything we can to keep this participant fee low, in order to make our programs accessible to the widest audience possible. 

Many participants receive sponsorships from the corporations that they supply or the non-profits through which they are certified. We recommend leveraging your professional network to seek funding from sources that are invested in your business’s success. To help you find outside support, we have put together a Funding Guide with scholarship opportunities, ways to seek outside sponsorship, and a template for approaching your network for support.

You may also wish to complete our sponsorship matching form with as much information about yourself and your business as possible. Though there is no guarantee of being matched, we are sometimes asked to provide sponsors with qualified candidates for our programs and do so from our list of entrepreneurs who have completed that form. Please note that in general, participants are required to cover the cost of travel to Hanover, even with a corporate sponsorship.

If you are unable to find a sponsorship through your network, you may choose to cover the participant fee through your business's professional development budget. Payment is due in full two weeks after you register for the program.

We are grateful to all of the corporations and nonprofit foundations that help support Tuck Diversity Business Programs. You can learn more about them on our sponsorships page.

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