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King University is proud to be a partner of TN Promise, TN Strong, and TN Reconnect
initiatives to further Governor Haslam’s Drive to 55. The Drive to 55 mission is aimed at bringing the percentage of Tennesseans with
post-secondary degrees or certifications to 55% by 2025. Tennessee lags behind the
national average for higher education. Reaching the goal will involve increasing the
number of two-year and four-year degrees as well as technical certifications in important
fields such as welding and mechatronics. The three primary components, TN Promise, TN Reconnect, and TN Strong, were created to cater to specific audiences and their needs.
King University offers an associate degree program approved by the Tennessee Promise program, an essential part of the Drive to 55. High school students may apply for these last-dollar
scholarship funds during their senior year.
Part of the Tennessee Promise program includes mandatory meetings which provide guidance
and mentorship as the student navigates the college admission process. Participants
also must complete eight hours of community service per term enrolled as well as maintain
a GPS of 2.0 or higher.
The Tennessee Reconnect program focuses on students achieving their post high school certificate or associate degree. Tennessee Reconnect concentrates last-dollar scholarships to adults who have completed
high school, yet have not completed an associate or bachelor’s degree program.
The Tennessee STRONG – Support, Training, and Renewing Opportunity for National Guardsmen
– Act is a pilot program providing eligible members of the Tennessee National Guard
last-dollar tuition reimbursement toward a first time four-year bachelor’s degree
Through this new act, guardsmen will be provided consistent information on guaranteed
tuition reimbursement in specific amounts for eligible members. Learn more about TN
Strong by clicking here.
To learn more about King’s programs click here.