University of Tennessee Chattanooga Chancellor's Scholars

$34,000

December 01, 2018

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  • Scholarship Description
  • UTC is pleased to present the Chancellor's Scholars Program for First-Time Freshmen applicants who meet the following criteria: 3.75 GPA and 30 ACT composite (1340 SAT) will receive $4,000 per year. Students may also receive an additional $4,500 in Tennessee HOPE Lottery Scholarship funds, if eligible.

    First-Time freshmen are encouraged to apply with UTC Admissions. The next step is to apply for scholarships within 3-5 days of acceptance by UTC Admissions. Both applications are required for candidates to be considered for this scholarship. Since funding is limited, consideration will only be given to students who have a completed UTC Admissions file.

    This award is renewable for up to three (3) additional years based on the student's academic performance. There is not a 'regain' option for students who do not meet the renewal criteria. Students must be enrolled full-time each fall & spring term to continue to receive the award in future terms.

    For information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Financial Aid Office
  • 202 University Center Dept 4825
  • 615 McCallie Avenue
  • Chattanooga, TN 37403
  • finaid@utc.edu
  • 423-425-4677

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