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Two years after entering college, the first Tennessee Promise students are outperforming their peers

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The first class of Tennessee Promise students entered college in the fall of 2015. After four semesters, 56.2 percent of the first class of Promise students are either still enrolled, have earned a college credential, or transferred to a four-year university. That compares to 38.9 percent of their peers – a 17.3 percentage point difference.

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UT Martin offers community college students transfer scholarships

Dr. Allana Hamilton, president, Jackson State; Dr. Keith Carver, chancellor, UT Martin; Dr. Flora Tydings, chancellor, Tennessee Board of Regents; and Mike Krause, executive director, Tennessee Higher Education Commission.

Tennessee Promise students at community colleges in the Tennessee Board of Regents system looking to complete their four-year degrees will benefit from a new transfer scholarship program established by the University of Tennessee at Martin.

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Gov. Haslam announces record number of Tennessee Promise applicants, calls for mentors to help them

A record 60,780 high school seniors applied for the state’s groundbreaking program that provides high school graduates two years of community or technical college free of tuition and fees, That’s up from 58,286 applicants in 2014 and 59,621 applicants in 2015.

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