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Illinois Special Education Teacher Tuition Waiver Program

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March 01, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • If you are a teacher or an academically talented student pursuing a career in special education as a public, private or parochial preschool, elementary or secondary school teacher in Illinois, you may be eligible for the Illinois Special Education Teacher Tuition Waiver Program. This program will exempt you from paying tuition and mandatory fees at an eligible institution for up to four calendar years.

    By receiving the tuition waiver, you must teach in Illinois in the field of special education. If this teaching commitment is not fulfilled, the amount of benefits received converts to a loan, and you must repay the entire amount plus interest.
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  • Illinois Student Assistance Commission
  • 1755 Lake Cook Rd
  • Deerfield, IL 60015-5209
  • isac.studentservices@isac.illinois.gov
  • 800-899-4722

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