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Tennessee Reconnect and Promise. Graduating high school seniors can attend tuition-free. Free tuition for adults.Tennessee Reconnect and Promise. Graduating high school seniors can attend tuition-free. Free tuition for adults.
Online degrees available. Choose from seven completely online programs.Online degrees available. Choose from seven completely online programs.

Grants for Veterans

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Helping Heroes Grant

The Helping Heroes Grant is established and funded from the net proceeds of the state lottery and awarded to US veterans who were honorably discharged or who are a former or current member of a reserve or TN National Guard unit.

Helping Heroes Grant (tn.gov)

Military Transition Grant

The Military Transition Grant allows qualifying military-affiliated students to have access to up to $300 in emergency grant funds that would only cover food, housing, transportation, and books/supplies. The MTG cannot be used towards Tuition and Fees.

Complete this form and submit to to vets@roanestate.edu. Once the form is submitted, it will then be sent to TBR for the approval process.

To be eligible, each participant must:

Federal Pell Grant

The largest and most common grant program from the federal government.

FAFSA® Application | Federal Student Aid

FSEOG

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant is awarded to a limited number of students. In order to be considered, you must complete the FAFSA, submit it early, and have exceptional need based upon your EFC.

TSAA

The Tennessee Student Assistance Award is awarded to Tennessee residents with exceptional need on a first-come-first-served basis. In order to be considered for TSAA, students must complete the FAFSA, and sumit it by the priority deadline, which is in the FAFSA booklet.

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