TN Promise requires students to complete 8 hours prior to every semester they receive Promise.
The HOPE scholarship does not require community service.
Yes, the FAFSA is the application for the HOPE Scholarship and TN Promise.
Is there any scholarship money for TN Scholars?
How do you lose the HOPE scholarship in Tennessee?
HOPE Scholarship Appeal (for enrollment status only):
- If you lost your HOPE Scholarship due to GPA, you may not complete an appeal;
- If you enroll(ed) in an ineligible TN institution (or non-regionally accredited out-of-state institution) any time after high school graduation;
How much money do you get from the Tennessee HOPE Scholarship?
Tennessee Education Lottery Scholarships (TELS) Tennessee HOPE Scholarship is a $4000 per year scholarship awarded to qualifying Tennessee residents. An additional amount of up to $2000 may be available for the summer semester for students who first received the HOPE Scholarship in Fall 2009 or thereafter.
Who is eligible for TN promise?
Eligibility: Tennessee resident/U.S. citizen/eligible non-citizen/students who graduate from an eligible high School, homeschool, or earn a GED/HISET (prior to 19th birthday) can receive an award at an eligible postsecondary institution toward tuition and mandatory fees after all other gift aid has been first applied.
What are the qualifications for the HOPE scholarship in Tennessee?
Have a minimum 2.75 – 2.99 cumulative GPA and have a semester GPA of at least 3.0 at the end of the semester in which the student attempted 72 and 96 semester hours.