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University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Grote Scholarship

This scholarship is for entering freshmen with at least a 3.5 GPA and a 26 ACT or 1170 SAT. These are full, four year scholarships for incoming freshmen. Applications are due February 15th.


In order to be eligible for a Grote Chemistry Scholarship, a student must:
- Complete a course in high school chemistry with an A or B
- Attain a high school grade point average of 3.5 or above
- Have a composite score of 26 or above on the ACT exam (or SAT equivalent)
- Declare chemistry as the major at UTC

Eligible majors include all BS and BA Chemistry degrees (including biochemistry and pre-medicine and pre-dental). Non-chemistry majors (e.g. chemical engineering, biology, nursing, physical therapy, pre-pharmacy and pre-veterinary medicine) are ineligible for the Grote Scholarship. A chemistry major is ideal for anyone with an interest in medicine, dentistry, forensics, chemical industry, patent law, environmental issues, biochemistry, materials, research, or other science/technology related areas.

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