WGU Tennessee Awards More Than $1 Million in Scholarships

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WGU Tennessee, a nonprofit, online university formed by the Tennessee General Assembly in 2013 to support the Drive to 55, has awarded more than $1 million in scholarship funding to Tennesseans since its launch. “We’re dedicated to being an affordable education option for working adults, and we’re always thrilled when we’re able to offer scholarships and other incentives to Tennesseans,” said Dr. … [Read more...]

Simon Youth Foundation seeks applicants for $1 million in scholarships

Opry Mills Simon Youth Foundation

Opry Mills is once again proud to help a deserving graduating senior pay for college. Simon Youth Foundation, a national nonprofit that provides educational opportunities for at-risk high school students, is now looking for qualified applicants who live near Opry Mills and the surrounding community. Each year, Simon Youth Community Scholarships are awarded in every community across the country … [Read more...]

Back to School for Grown-ups: WGU Announces $200,000 in Scholarships

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It’s back-to-school time across the country, and as kids and young adults are returning to the classroom, many adult students are thinking about going back to school as well. To help busy adults take the leap in 2016, Western Governors University (WGU) – parent university of WGU Tennessee – is offering 100 Back-to-School Scholarships. The scholarships, worth up to $2,000 each, will be awarded to … [Read more...]

WGU Tennessee Kicks Off Teacher Appreciation Week with $20,000 in Scholarships for Current and Aspiring Teachers

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This week, as the nation celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week, nonprofit, state-endorsed university WGU Tennessee is announcing 10 scholarships available to current and aspiring teachers seeking a bachelor’s or master’s degree in education. The online university, which enrolls students the first day of every month, is also waiving the $65 application fee for prospective students who apply to a WGU … [Read more...]