The Dependent Children Scholarship Program is now seeking applications from eligible candidates who are in need of financial aid. The program gives help to Tennessee residents who are reliant children of a Tennessee policeman, firefighter, or an emergency medical service technician who has been killed or totally and permanently disabled while performing duties within the scope of such employment. The parent should be a Tennessee occupant and have been on the job when the incident happened. The scholarship is for full-time college and school students. To apply, fill the Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the application form online and submit the documents supporting the case of your parent/s. The deadline for filing your application is July 15, 2021.
The winning recipient(s) will get the fund in equal installments each term throughout the academic year. The award may get renewed three times for four years or the period required for the completion of the program of study, whichever is less. Getting a scholarship is an excellent opportunity for you to aid your education financially and reduce the burden on your family. Losing a parent is a challenge, but it should not be an obstacle to your education. Therefore, the TSAC aims to help you study and achieve your goals.
Made by the Tennessee General Assembly in 1974 as a non-benefit enterprise with the converging of the Tennessee Educational Loan Corporation and the Tennessee Tuition Grant Program, the Tennessee Student Assistance Corporation (TSAC) oversees more than 20 distinctive state understudy monetary guide programs, including the HOPE grant, Tennessee Promise, Tennessee Reconnect, Tennessee Student Assistance Award, and the Dual Enrollment award.
Refer to the table below for further details:
|Organization||TN Student Assistance Corporation|
|Educational Level||School and college students|
|Number of Awards||N/A|
|Application Deadline||July 15, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
To be eligible, the candidates must satisfy the following criteria:
- The applicant must be a Tennessee inhabitant and go to a qualified Tennessee school or college full time, and
- The candidate must be award a Tennessee police officer, firefighter, or a crisis clinical benefit expert at the hour of the episode, and
- The candidate must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and have a legitimate EFC.
How to Apply?
The application form must be accompanied by documentation enumerating that the parent was a police officer, firefighter, or crisis clinical benefit expert. They were killed or are permanently disabled while performing obligations inside the extent of such business.
Grants are made in equivalent portions each term all through the academic year. The honor might be reestablished multiple times for an aggregate of four years or the period needed to finish the program of study, whichever is less. The beneficiary should be selected full-time and keep up institutional palatable scholastic advancement to stay qualified. The honors are liable to subsidizing.
The last date to submit your application is July 15, 2021. No applications submitted after the deadline will be valid.