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1. Applicant Information

2. Is your income below 200% of the Federal Poverty Line? (Please refer to the data below.)

3. What percentage of the tuition are you able to pay?

4. In which class would you like to enroll?

5. If your preferred class is not available, in which alternate classes would you like to enroll?

2nd Choice:
3rd Choice:

6. What interests you about classes at Seward Park Clay Studio?

7. Would you be willing to do work/study in exchange for part of your class expense?

8. Signature of Applicant (or Guardian if applicant is under 18)


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TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Seward Park Clay Studio would like everyone to explore clay. We raise funds to subsidize the cost of the classes to make them accessible to many, however for some students, that cost is still too much. Our tuition assistance program aims to give a larger subsidy to those who otherwise could not participate.

Tuition assistance is applied as a discount to class fees. It does not include the cost of clay. Depending on the award, applicants are asked to pay a portion of the class fees, plus any clay they use.

Those whose household income falls at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines (shown below) are eligible for Tuition Assistance. If your household income is SAME or LESS than the amount in the following chart, you are eligible for Tuition Assistance at Seward Park Clay Studio. (*a household includes the applicant and any other individuals who share financial responsibility for the household, and all dependents. Household income is the combined gross income generated each year by all the household members, as reported on IRS forms)

ELIGIBILITY

Household Size*…… Household Income*

1 …………………………….$24,120
2 …………………………….32,480
3 …………………………….40,840
4 …………………………….49,200
5 …………………………….57,560
6 …………………………….65,920
7 …………………………….74,280
8 …………………………….82,640

Seward Park Clay Studio gives up to several subsidies each quarter and reserves the right to offer a class where there are openings. We do try to give the class choice of the applicant, but sometimes that isn’t possible. We ask students to list 2nd and 3rd choices.

Applications for Tuition Assistance are accepted one month before the start of any given quarter, and awards are announced one week before classes begin, and are given on a first-come, first-served basis. If an applicant does not receive an award, we encourage them to apply for the following quarter.