UT Martin Freshman Scholarship

These are exciting days in the Communications Department, and we depend on outstanding students like yours to keep us strong and vibrant. We hope that you will urge them to apply for one of our $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships will be presented at our Communications Awards Reception on Wednesday, April 4, in the Duncan Ballroom, Boling University Center, from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Winners and their parents/guardians will be invited to join us and be recognized at the reception.

Please note that the deadline for our receiving the scholarship applications is 5 p.m. Friday, March 23. We have our fax number below, if students are running tight on the deadline.

If your students have an interest in the mass media, our department will provide a great opportunity. Here are just a few reasons why:

 Our faculty have won more teaching awards than any department on campus. They also come from successful careers in the professional world of mass media/communications.
 Our fully digital HD broadcasting/multimedia equipment is as cutting-edge as any area schools, and students get access to our TV/Radio skills courses and equipment during their first or second semester.
 Our student radio station is currently ranked in the Top 5 in the Nation and No. 1 in the South. Students in TV, newspaper, and PR just won first- or second-place in the Best in the South awards.
 Our Web design, photojournalism, social media management and multimedia courses will prepare your students well for careers in online media.
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2018 Angie Tillman Nursing Scholarship

2018 Angie Tillman Nursing Scholarship
Graduating high school seniors who live in Williamson County are encouraged to apply for the Angie Tillman Nursing Scholarship, which awards one student pursuing a degree in nursing with a $10,000 scholarship. The recipient will receive $2,500 each year for four years, as long as he or she maintains the academic eligibility requirements.

To qualify, students must be graduating high school seniors with at least a 3.5 cumulative grade point average and a Williamson County resident, a dependent of a WMC employee or a WMC junior volunteer. The scholarship is awarded contingent upon proof of acceptance into an approved nursing program in Tennessee. Entries for the nursing scholarship must be postmarked by April 15, 2018

The scholarship is given by Williamson Medical Center’s Volunteer Auxiliary in memory of Angie Tillman, who volunteered for 22 years and donated nearly 15,000 hours of service to Williamson Medical Center.

Please click on the link below or more information.

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Sorority 101 event for senior girls

Nashville Area Panhellenic wants to invite them to our annual Sorority 101 event on Sunday, April 8. It is a two hour session where the girls along with parents can learn about college sorority life. I have attached is a flyer that provides all the details including where to RSVP for Sorority 101 I greatly appreciate you sharing the flyer with your senior girls. Should they have any questions, there is a direct link to my email at our website www.nashvillepanhellenic.org.

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Tennessee Relocation Council Scholarship

Deadline: March 5, 2018

TRC is a non-profit organization consisting of companies that help support the relocation industry. The efforts of our membership help to relocate families across the country during what can be a stressful time.

We are interested in offering a $1,000 scholarship to a high school senior within the Tennessee Public Schools who has relocated with his/her family to the Greater Nashville area during their high school years. If you would like to learn more about our organization please visit our website at: www.tennesseerelocationcouncil.org. Attached are more details about the guidelines and requirements for this scholarship.
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2018 TRC Scholarship Instructions for Students – 3.5.18-1tpr3ts

2018 TRC Scholarship Process for Counselors – 3.5.18-23c998l

DYMON Scholarship

DYMON in the Rough Nonprofit Organization has been awarding scholarships in Davidson and surrounding counties to minority and inner city high school seniors for nearly 6 years. It’s that time again, and we do not want your students to miss out on the opportunity to earn funds to go to college!
Attached to this email you will find the criteria to the scholarships we offer, as well as the application forms. Please announce this at your school, and post the flyers in the guidance counselor’s office. The deadline is March 16 and is vastly approaching!
For more information visit:

Our website (Applications can be downloaded online as well)

Our Clip (A short video describing our services)
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Martin Methodist College – Tennis Program

This e-mail is intended for any student who is interested in attending college, creating a great collegiate experience, participating as a student-athlete, and improving their financial aid package.

Please forward through your networks to students, counselors, advisors, coaches, and parents.

At Martin Methodist College, we are building a Tennis Program that will compete at the highest levels, as well as prepare students for success in the classroom and throughout life.
We will have opportunities for students to participate in various ways and grow, while benefiting through scholarship opportunities that will make college accessible and graduation attainable.

Varsity – These are higher level players who should reach out to Coach Rieger directly if they would like to be considered for a place in the line up or on the roster with a chance of earning a place on the competition/ travel team. We will have various levels of scholarships starting at $15K.

Club/ JV – These may be players who have some playing experience and wish to be part of a college program. Even players just starting to play may take this chance to receive training. Practices and matches will be part of your experience, although the requirements will not be as extensive as the Varsity. Your main focus will be on learning and maintaining your GPA; you will have access to all the support programs provided to students and student-athletes. This experience will travel and train less, but we will still make sure that you are improving your game. You will grow in the game and have opportunities to play versus other College Club / JV teams. Players will be expected to meet certain program requirements determined by the coaching staff in order to maintain their scholarships. Leadership opportunities will also be available. Some players may be considered for Varsity positions later. Others may find that they can be a Varsity Manager/ Team Assistant and Club Player successfully.
Scholarships will range up to $11K for an individual. These will probably be capped at $10K the first year, with the chance to increase in subsequent years. There may also be an opportunity to increase each individual to $11K if two or more students enroll, successfully participate with the tennis program, and exceed expected requirements including GPA / Progress toward Graduation.

1 Apply online to MMC Admissions. https://www.martinmethodist.edu/admissions/martin-methodist-application-procedure

2 Mark on your application your intent to be part of the tennis team.
3 E-mail Will Martin (wmartin@martinmethodist.edu – Athletic Admissions Counselor) to check on your application status and make sure you are identified as a potential tennis program member; also note your friend/ classmate with whom you are applying if that is applicable.
*This is a fantastic opportunity, and it takes initiative on your part as a student and person in order to take advantage of the program and reach your goals.

What does this opportunity mean for students?
College can be affordable, even free, and you can increase your experiences for healthy living and social interactions (making friends).


Total Cost Domestic 33446
Tuition 22746
Room and Board 8400-9200
Fees and Tech 1500

Available Reductions
Tennis (Institutional) 11000
Methodist 2000
Giles County 1000
Tennessee State Grant 4000
Tennessee Hope Grant 1500
Tennessee Lottery 3500
Tennessee Promise 4500
Pell Grant 5920

2018 Student of Integrity Scholarship Better Business Bureau HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS

The Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee recognizes high school JUNIORS who personify high ethics as demonstrated through leadership, community service, overall personal integrity and academic history. Eligibility and requirements: All applicants must be nominated by high school counselor. Entries include completed application and two letters of recommendation. See your counselor for an application to be nominated .