TTU scholarships are awarded to selected students based on academics, leadership, financial need, and other criteria.
ScholarWeb is TTU’s scholarship database that houses the TTU Scholarship Application and criteria for over 600 TTU scholarships. Use ScholarWeb to apply for scholarships annually from August 15 to December 15. You can also use ScholarWeb to search your eligibility for scholarships.
University Academic Service Scholarship for Tennessee Students. The University Academic Service Scholarship is the most prominent university scholarship offered to incoming freshmen and is based upon ACT/SAT scores and high school GPA. These scholarships are offered to high school seniors who meet all criteria for the scholarship.
Students must maintain full-time status, complete service hours, and maintain a 3.0 overall combined grade point average each semester for scholarship renewal. Failure to maintain a satisfactory average or standard of conduct in any semester will result in the automatic forfeiture of a scholarship.
Community College Transfer Scholarship. The Community College Transfer Scholarship is the most prominent scholarship offered to transfer students. It is awarded to students who have recently completed a significant amount of coursework at their community college and have maintained a 3.0 inclusive combined grade point average. Students must maintain full-time status, complete service hours, and maintain a 3.0 overall combined grade point average each semester for scholarship renewal. Failure to maintain a satisfactory average or standard of conduct in any semester will result in the automatic forfeiture of a scholarship.
For more information on university scholarships, visit www.tntech.edu/scholarships or contact the Scholarship Office at 931-372-6159 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Scholarship. Students enrolled at Tennessee Technological University are eligible to apply for two-and three-year ARMY ROTC scholarships. These scholarships vary depending on availability.
Applicants are accepted from any four-year degree and two-year graduate degree program. Graduate applicants are limited to a two-year scholarship. Certain academic and physical standards must be met to apply. Recipients incur a military obligation. The Professor of Military Science administers the program at Tennessee Tech. The annual application cycle occurs September through October for the fall semester and January through February for the spring semester of each school year. Award benefits begin the semester following the award.
Tuition Assistance for Guardsmen. Contact your local recruiter.