Wroxton Legacy Award
Share the Wroxton Experience With Someone Special
Wroxton College Alumni may nominate a family member (or family friend) for admission to Wroxton College’s Fall or Spring Semester program. Students granted admission under the Wroxton Legacy Program will receive a Wroxton Legacy Program Grant of $4,000 and a $1,000 travel grant.
For more information or to nominate, contact FDU Study Abroad at Brian_Swanzey@fdu.edu or 201 692 7218.
FAQ for Nominators and Nominees
Who may make a nomination?
Any alumni of Wroxton College’s Fall or Spring semester programs may nominate a student for the Wroxton Legacy Award. Please contact the FDU Office of Study Abroad at Brian_Swanzey@fdu.edu or 201 692 7218 to request a nomination form.
Who may be nominated?
Nominees must be enrolled in an accredited four-year college or university other than Fairleigh Dickinson University. FDU students receive other types of financial support and are not eligible for the Wroxton Legacy Award.
Who is eligible for admission to Wroxton College?
Applicants for Wroxton College’s Fall or Spring semester programs must submit a complete application form, including three letters of recommendation, and have a minimum grade point average of 3.0, sophomore standing, and approval from their home institution. To apply, contact the FDU Office of Study Abroad by October 1 for Spring Semester and by March 1
for Fall Semester, at Brian_Swanzey@fdu.edu or 201 692 7218.
What does it cost for legacies to study at Wroxton?
After applying the $4,000 Wroxton Legacy Grant, your non-FDU legacy will pay $12,000 for tuition and $9,715 for room and board, technology fee, books, trips, and cultural events. Your legacy will also receive a $1,000 FDU international travel grant and should be able to apply financial aid from their home institution. Nominees should contact the study abroad office of their home institution to discuss other types of financial aid they may be eligible for. Included are up to eighteen course credits, all books and instructional materials, academic field trips, a full meal plan (three meals per day plus coffee and tea breaks), housing at the College either in the Abbey or the Carriage House, four-day trips to Paris and Edinburgh, day trips to London, Oxford, Stratford-upon-Avon, and many other events and excursions.