What Qualifies Me for the Nissan Grad Program?

April 19th, 2017 by

Getting a degree costs more than four years of blood, sweat, and tears. It’s downright expensive and many graduate still owing on student loans. To help recent graduates on their new path, Nissan offers the Nissan College Grad Program. Nissan wants you to ‘save like a finance major.’ See if you qualify for this quick and easy program and save between $500 and $1,000.

To take advantage of Nissan’s College Grad Program, you must:

  1. Have graduated within the last two years or will graduate within six months from an accredited four-year college, university, or registered nursing program.
  2. Have graduated within the last two years or will graduate within six months from an accredited two-year college, junior college, technical college or university.
  3. Be enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited degree program within the last two years.
  4. Have graduated with the last two years or will graduate the next six months from an accredited two-year vocational or trade school.

Bring your written confirmation of graduation and proof of current or future employment within 90 days to the dealership to receive the College Grad discount on your new Nissan vehicle purchase.

Just starting your college career? Not to worry, Nissan has a program for you too. The Nissan College LEAF Vehicle Purchase Program (VPP) offers eligible students a $1,000 discount. The program is available to students at more than 100 participating universities. To take part in this program, fill out and print the online form for a Claim ID certificate on Nissan.com. Bring the Claim ID certificate along with a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and a valid college student id from one of the participating colleges to receive the discount when you purchase a new Nissan LEAF.

Check with Tischer Nissan to see if these offers can be combined with other Nissan incentives and/or financing offers for maximum savings. To see our available inventory, go to http://www.tischernissan.com.

 

 

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