Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation Academic Partnership
The Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit public charity established in 2004 to fund support services for people affected by breast cancer within the 8 counties of the Hudson Valley. The Foundation was started by two community activists who saw a need for increased services for people with breast cancer.
Miles of Hope has been honored with the BMW Local Hero award, the Dutchess County Economic Development Council Business Excellence award, Greater Hudson Valley Family Health Centers Distinguished Service award, Hudson Valley Magazine Pillars of the Hudson Valley award, Dutchess County Board of Health Public Health Partnership award, and the Association of Development Officers as the Philanthropic Organization of the Year.
As a way of saying "thank you" to the many volunteers and employees of Miles of Hope, Marist College is offering special tuition pricing to them as well as their immediate adult family members. Miles of Hope has hundreds of volunteers who can benefit from this generous program.
Special Tuition Pricing
Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation employees, volunteers, and their immediate adult family members will receive the following benefits:
- A tuition discount on eligible graduate and adult undergraduate degree programs. For our complete list of eligible programs and discounted pricing visit our eligible programs and pricing page.
- Options for Full-Time and Part-Time Master's and Bachelor's degree programs offered 100% online, in-class, or a mix of both.
- Enjoy state of the art classrooms for our Bachelor’s and Master’s programs offered on our Main Campus in Poughkeepsie, NY. We also offer a classroom-based MPA option at our satellite locations in Queens, NY, and Albany, NY.
Miles of Hope Breast Cancer Foundation volunteers, employees and their immediate adult family members must show proof of active volunteer service or employment in order to qualify for the partnership tuition rate.
Adult undergraduate students are defined as students who began their Marist academic career at age 22 or older and who are applying through the Office of Adult Undergraduate Admission. Graduate students are those students who are initiating an application for a stand-alone masters degree through the Office of Graduate Admission.
Final determination of eligibility is made by Marist College.
Marist College offers students a variety of programs on-site and online for both graduate and adult undergraduate (ages 22+) learners.
Please visit our eligible programs page for more information.