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In order to qualify, students must meet the following criteria:
Application requirements for the Tennessee Dual Enrollment Grant are:
Award Amount: For high school juniors entering the program in the 2016-2017 academic year, payment will be as follows: up to $500 for the first course; up to $500 for the second course; up to $200 for the third course; no award for the fourth course. Students are limited to no more than two courses for each academic semester.A student's participation in the Dual Enrollment Grant program is limited to the remaining amount of time normally required to complete the high school diploma, from the time of initial participation in the program. The grant is available for the summer terms, prior to graduation from high school. Please note: Students who receive the Dual Enrollment Grant amount for more than four dual enrollment courses over the junior and senior years will have the amount reduced from their HOPE Scholarship on a dollar for dollar basis.
The total dollars awarded for this scholarship is $556.
Deadline for this scholarship is Sunday, November 15
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