Tuition & Financial Assistance
A person or organization that wishes to pay part or all of the student tuition costs may do so through a payment to Bethlehem University. Please note that the payment of tuition for specific students chosen by a person or organization outside of Bethlehem University is not considered as a Bethlehem University scholarship, but rather as financial assistance, as such payments do not cover the real cost of educating students at Bethlehem University. Such payments may not be considered a tax-deductible gift to Bethlehem University. Such payments are considered as a payment toward the student portion of the cost of their education. However, if a donor would like to support needy students and the students are selected by Bethlehem University, the gifts can be considered as a tax-deductible donation to Bethlehem University.
While financial assistance payments are appreciated by students, Bethlehem University does not provide grade reports or student appreciation letters to persons or organizations that provide financial assistance.
For more information, please contact Mrs. Shahinda Nassar