ETSU’s Financial Aid Priority Date is April 15
JOHNSON CITY – At East Tennessee State University, April 15 isn’t “Tax Day” – it is Financial Aid Priority Date. This is the priority date for current and incoming students to have their financial aid ready for fall 2021.
“It is so important that students meet this priority date,” said Catherine Morgan, director of Financial Aid and Scholarships at ETSU. “For one thing, doing so will help ease some stress and allow students to breathe a little easier as the fall semester approaches. For another, some funding opportunities are limited, operating on a first-come, first-served basis.”
Students, both current and incoming, should make sure to do three things:
ETSU provides students and their families with an array of services.
For free assistance submitting the FAFSA, students living in the Tennessee counties of Carter, Greene, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi or Washington have access to the Educational Opportunity Center. New EOC participants must complete a short application. This application and additional information may be found at www.etsu.edu/academicaffairs/trio/eoc/. Students may also call the EOC at 423-392-8041.
Financial Aid and Scholarships also offers a 24/7 “chatbot” service named Bucky, as well as Financial Aid TV. In addition, ETSU provides students a personal financial aid counselor. These resources and more are available at www.etsu.edu/financial-aid-and-scholarships.
“We are proud to provide many resources to assist students and their families,” Morgan said. “We are here to help, so we encourage students to reach out with any questions they have.”
In addition to the website above, the ETSU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships may be reached at 423-439-4300 or email@example.com.
Greetings from the East Tennessee Engineering Associations Council (ETEAC). Our organization would like to offer a scholarship opportunity to your outstanding seniors who have decided to pursue a degree in engineering. I invite you to take a few moments to read over the enclosed information regarding the ETEAC scholarship.
ETEAC exists to promote the profession of engineering and to reward worthy high school students seeking to serve the profession after college. Each year, ETEAC raises money from local companies and engineering societies to offer scholarship assistance to qualified senior students who plan to pursue an engineering degree. The ETEAC scholarship competition is now underway for students from the East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia area. Typically, one to three one-time scholarships of $1,000 to $2,000 are awarded to qualified students.
Enclosed are the following items:
The application deadline is 11:59 PM on April 23, 2021.
To request a recommendation letter be completed by your counselor, please submit the Letter of Recommendation Fact Sheet form. Submitting the Google Form will automatically send the request to your counselor. You will also receive a copy of the completed form.
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