Graduate Programs

Edcor-Nazareth Collaboration

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Nazareth College provides employees of Edcor partner organizations with a tuition discount to complete a bachelor’s degree (if you’ve never been to college or if you started a program previously) or pursue a master’s degree to advance necessary, relevant skills that benefit both you and your employer.

Pursuing higher education also provides opportunities for professional development, career advancement, and network building.

A degree from Nazareth is ideal if you are:

  • A newer professional seeking a degree, certification, or an advanced certificate for salary and career growth
  • An experienced professional seeking to stay relevant and become a leader in your field
  • Seeking small classes, expert faculty devoted to teaching, personalized mentoring, and a career coach who specializes in your area of study

 Discount

  • Undergraduate transfer students: 40-50% discount, determined upon application and acceptance to an undergraduate program.
  • Graduate students:
    • 20% for graduate programs in the School of Business & Leadership and the higher education student affairs administration program, 
    • $15 per credit for graduate School of Education programs

Eligibility

To receive the discount, you must be employed at an organization affiliated with Edcor and either:

  • Transfer to Nazareth to complete a bachelor’s degree
  • Pursue a master's degree program at Nazareth

Process

  1. Complete the Edcor-Nazareth Admissions inquiry form.
  2. Apply to Nazareth as a transfer or graduate student.

If you are already a current student at Nazareth and believe you are eligible to receive the Edcor discount, email Judith Baker.

Jessica Marino Hicks headshot

Jessica Marino Hicks '22G was promoted to a manager at Paychex before finishing her master’s degree in Nazareth's School of Business and Leadership.

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Nazareth career coaches, faculty, and staff are committed to guiding and mentoring Nazareth students.

"Cassie" Matalavage

Seeing students feel joy for learning inspired "Cassie" Matalavage '17, '18G to become an elementary school teacher. Support from staff at Nazareth were a backbone to her success, she says.

Gulshan Fazal stands confidently in a brick walkway on campus

Gulshan Fazal '21G said her marketing communications leadership degree "helped me find what I am most passionate about. I gained the knowledge and perspective of the field with the help of my professors, classmates, and the companies we worked with one on one."