The REACH Scholarship, for students in Bledsoe, Bradley, Meigs, McMinn and Sequatchie counties, underscores Bryan’s commitment to students in this area.
“Bryan offers a quality Christian education in 40 areas of study, and we want to demonstrate our commitment to making a Bryan education affordable in this tangible way,” Porter said.
To qualify for the REACH Scholarship, a student must be a resident of one of the named counties, must have a high school 3.0 GPA and an ACT score of 21 or an SAT score of 980 or greater. Students with test scores greater than 21 on the ACT or 1240 on the SAT may qualify for academic scholarships of greater monetary value.
The REACH Scholarship is renewable for four years, depending on the student’s grades, and may be combined with other sources of financial aid to help pay the cost of a Bryan education.
For information about the REACH Scholarship, contact the Bryan financial aid office at 423-775-7339 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.