The College System of Tennessee is proud to offer the Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant to the occupants of Tennessee who require finances to fund their education and acquire quality education. The Wilder-Naifeh Grant was set up and financed from the net returns of the state lottery and granted to understudies who are enlisted at a TN College of Applied Technology. Most Tennessee residents 18 years old or more are qualified for up to $2,000 every year for full-time enlistment from the Tennessee Educational Lottery Scholarship program to go to a Tennessee College of Applied Technology.
To be eligible, the candidate must be 18 years old or more. Before enlistment at a TN College of Applied Technology, the candidate must be a Tennessee occupant for one (1) year. The candidate must meet program certificate necessities as a full-time or part-time understudy and keep up with good academic advancement and constant enlistment. The candidate must fulfil all the eligibility requirements to join the program. To be considered for the program, the applications should be gotten by July 1 for the summer trimester, November 1 for the fall trimester, March 1 for the Winter/Spring trimester.
The Tennessee Board of Regents framework is the most extensive arrangement of advanced education in Tennessee, and 19 board individuals represent it. The board meets four times each year at routinely planned meetings, and the executive might assemble extra conferences during the year, depending on the situation. The board sets approaches and rules that administer all TBR foundations.
Following are the brief details concerning the subsequent grant:
|Organization||The College System of Tennessee|
|Education Level||College students|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Contest Deadline||January 14, 2022|
|Application Fees||Not required|
Who is Eligible?
Following is the qualification criteria for the concerning grant program:
- 18 years of age or older
- Must be a Tennessee resident for one (1) year before enrollment
- Enrollment at a TN College of Applied Technology
- Meet program admission requirements as either a full or part-time student
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress and continuous enrollment
How to Apply?
The qualified candidates who are intrigued to apply must fill out the online scholarship application form, which can be accessed by visiting www.fafsa.gov.
The award amount of the following scholarship is $2,000, which is to be awarded to the luckiest and deserving student. The awarding candidate will be chosen out of all the eligible applications submitted. The winning candidate can use the awarded funds towards his education, such as books, tuition fees, accommodation, stationery, etc. the funds are strictly not for personal expenses.
The following deadlines must receive all applications:
- July 1 for the Summer trimester
- November 1 for the Fall trimester
- March 1 for the Winter/Spring trimester