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  1. Two students from the current graduating class of each public high school in Roane State's service area (Anderson, Campbell, Cumberland, Fentress, Loudon, Morgan, Roane and Scott Counties) will be offered a $500 scholarship.  The scholarship awards will be based on GPA (minimum of 2.5), financial need, acceptance to Roane State and the recommendation of the high school counselor.  In case of a tie, the applicant with the earliest application submission date will be chosen. Students must apply via the Foundation Scholarship Application, and if selected, submit a thank you letter before receiving the scholarship.
  2. This is a one-time award and will not be renewed for an additional year.

A certificate which entitles them to a $500 Presidential Scholarship will be presented at the High School awards night ceremony.   Students who receive the $500 scholarship will be awarded $250 in the fall semester and $250 in the spring semester of their Freshman year.  

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