Savings Exclusively for College Graduates at Rick Hendrick BMW
We're Helping College Graduates Go Farther with a New or Certified Pre-Owned BMW
As a recent college graduate, you are on your way to discovering how far you'll go. That is why BMW is offering $1,000 off a new BMW or $1,500 off a Certified Pre-Owned BMW when you purchase or finance with BMW Financial Services. That means that no matter your style or needs, you can get into a BMW model for less than you think. So what are you waiting for? Browse Rick Hendrick BMW Charleston's new or certified pre-owned inventory to find the vehicle that will tell the world that you've arrived.
To qualify for the BMW College Graduate Program, participants must meet the following criteria. This program applies to graduates of the following colleges and universities: 1) College of Charleston 2) Medical University of South Carolina 3) Charleston Southern University 4) Trident Technical College 5) The Citdael
- Earned an undergraduate, graduate or associate's degree from an accredited college or university within the previous 24 months OR are eligible to graduate within the next 4 months and have a verifiable offer of employment.
- Have at least 6 months of credit history with no major derogatory entries.
- Have a debt-to-income ratio of 20% or less.
- Can provide a copy of your diploma or your official transcript.
- Security deposit will be waived unless stipulated by credit.
This program applies to graduates of the following colleges and universities:
- College of Charleston
- Medical University of South Carolina
- Charleston Southern University
- Trident Technical College
- The Citadel
"I learned about the College Graduate Program when shopping for a BMW after school. My sales advisor explained how the program worked, and quickly walked me through the process. I chose a white 328xi because driving it made me feel confident, powerful, and proud. I would definitely recommend the BMW College Graduate Program to recent grads. Why not treat yourself to a beautiful, reliable vehicle?"
- Nabila Newaz, MCPHS University