There are many support programs and resources to help you make college a reality.
The DREAMers Education Initiative, first initiated by Kaplan and now part of Purdue University Global, is designed to give highly motivated DREAMers the opportunity to reach their educational goals. It’s affordable, career-focused, and provides the personalized student support services DREAMers need to succeed.
Eligible DREAMers receive funding through scholarships that are awarded by TheDream.US to attend one of the partner colleges. The DREAMers Education Initiative provides additional support to help DREAMers succeed, including tutoring and career services.
Yes, all DREAMers enrolled at Purdue Global can receive access to support services.
You can view the admission requirements to enroll at Purdue Global here.
No. Students do not need a social security number to apply.
Yes. Purdue University Global is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC). See our website for additional programmatic accreditation information.
All courses are taught in English. DREAMers are required to meet the same English language fluency requirements as all other students at Purdue Global. However, some support services for DREAMers are available in both English and Spanish.
Purdue Global—like Kaplan, which first started the initiative several years ago—is dedicated to the mission of expanding college access.
Graham Holdings has long been involved in efforts that help underserved populations, primarily in its home city and the surrounding Washington, DC, metropolitan area. Those same principles are part of this national effort.
Our online programs at Purdue Global are available to students nationwide. To speak to an Enrollment Advisor toll free, call 877-861-7065.
Personal assistance is provided for every student, along with a tutoring program and career services that are available even after graduation.
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