TEAN Scholarship FAQs
If your question is not answered below, please contact us.
I’m applying for a fall program. Do I have to apply for the Full Ride by the listed March 1 deadline and then re-apply for the fall scholarships?
You only need to apply once. If you apply by the March 1 deadline, we will consider your application for the Full Ride and then your application will be rolled over for the fall scholarship considerations. If you decide resubmit your application, the scholarship committee will consider the most recent application submitted.
What do I need to submit for my financial aid? Do you need something official?
You can submit a letter from your university that details your current financial aid or take an online screenshot of your financial aid status. It doesn’t need to be an official copy. The more detail you can share the better, however, because it will help the scholarship committee better evaluate your application. Please submit information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I don’t currently receive financial aid. Can I still be considered for the need-based scholarship?
Yes. You can submit a detailed statement to the scholarship committee providing information around your current financial situation and the costs you anticipate for the program, plus outline any scholarships, parental support or other savings you will be using toward this program. The more details you can share the better, because it will help the scholarship committee better evaluate your application. Please submit information to email@example.com.
I’m in high school…am I eligible for TEAN Scholarships?
Yes, you are eligible for TEAN Scholarships assuming you meet the eligibility for the program you’re applying for.
I’m in high school…how do I complete the Statement from University doc?
Please have your guidance counselor complete the form for you. It should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I have to apply for a program and pay the $100 application deposit to be able to apply for scholarships?
No, you can apply for scholarships first before a program, assuming the deadline for the program hasn’t passed.
How many students receive scholarships? How likely is it that I will receive a scholarship if I apply?
We are unable to give an exact answer on this because it’s dependent on the number of applicants and strength of applications each term. We strongly encourage you to take the time to work on a thoughtful application. Typically around 30% of TEAN applicants submit a scholarship application.