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William E. Brock, Jr. Scholarships

Each year the Brock Scholars Program awards exclusive 4-year scholarships, which are renewable for up to eight semesters, as long as the student remains in good standing. Good standing is defined as maintaining at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA, making at least 24 hours progress toward graduation each year and remaining free of disciplinary violations.

To be considered for a Brock Scholarship, a student must submit both the Brock Scholars Program Application and the UTC Application for Undergraduate Admissions no later than December 1 of the senior year in high school. (Students are encouraged to submit the Undergraduate Admissions application by November 1.) Selection for membership in the Brock Scholars Program and the accompanying scholarship is based on the quality of the complete application file, which includes high school academic record, ACT or SAT scores, teacher evaluations, extracurricular activities, essays and interviews.

A Brock Scholarship will be combined with other UTC Institutional Scholarships, such as the Chancellor's, Provost's, or MOCS Scholarships, and with TN Lottery Scholarships and other outside scholarships, as long as the total award does not exceed the cost of attendance as determined by the Financial Aid Office.

The Brock Scholars Program can not make up for other scholarships or lottery funds you do not receive because of failure to meet deadlines or other eligibility requirements for those funds. Brock Scholarship awards are announced at the conclusion of our application process, some time in early to mid-March.

New Brock Scholars for fall 2014 will receive a Brock Scholarship of $2,000 per year, and if they choose to live in the Brock Scholars community in Lockmiller Apts. they will receive an additional housing stipend of $2,000 per year.  Brock Scholars who choose to live in other housing locations will forfeit the $2,000 Brock housing stipend for that year.