Foundation offers interest-free loans for higher education – Sheridan Media


Those in Sheridan, Campbell, Johnson, and southern Montana counties who wish to attend college, trade school or university have the option of obtaining an interest-free loan to help pay for their education.

Annette Rinaldo is the director of the Dodd & Dorothy Bryan Foundation, and she was a guest on Sheridan Media’s Public Pulse Tuesday talk show to spread the word to residents of Sheridan and Johnson counties about the foundation and the loans that ‘they offer.

Rinaldo said people enrolled full-time in an undergraduate, graduate, vocational school or even beauty school are eligible to apply and use at any college, school or university anywhere, not only in Wyoming.

The funds can be used for tuition, room and board, books, rent, computers, or any related educational expense.

The only caveat is that applicants must have resided in Sheridan, Johnson, or Campbell counties in Wyoming or Rosebud, Bighorn, or Powder River counties in Montana for at least one year.

Rinaldo encouraged those seeking higher education to apply for the loans through the Bryan Foundation.

Applications can be completed online and information or questions can be directed to Rinaldo.

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