How to Apply for Scholarships
The scholarship application for the 2020–2021 academic year will open on August 1, 2019, and the deadline to apply is December 15, 2019 for new freshmen and current students or May 1, 2020 for new transfer students. This one application will put you into consideration for any of our 600+ scholarships that you are eligible for.
Before you begin, remember...
- To complete the University's scholarship application, new students must be admitted to Tennessee Tech. The admissions application for Fall 2020 opens on August 1, 2019.
- Tennessee Tech's scholarship application must be completed each year.
- Do I have to submit an essay to apply for scholarships?
All students should complete the goals statement and career plans essays in ScholarWeb. Some scholarships may require an additional essay or portfolio. Essays are the best way to make yourself stand out as a candidate, so try to be personal and thoughtful in your response.
Let's Get Started!
Use the images and links below to begin your ScholarWeb application or to login and check the status of your application, supporting materials, or recommendations.
- Log into Eagle Online. Choose "Enter Eagle Online," then login.
- Click on the "Student" tab and then click "Apply for Scholarships/Accept Scholarships".
- Once you are logged in to ScholarWeb, follow the on-screen instructions and enter the information requested for your scholarship application.
- If you filled out the scholarship application for the previous year, many of your answers will be pre-filled in the new application (not including essays, file uploads, or letters of recommendation).
- Complete & submit the scholarship application by December 15, 2019.
- All supplementary materials must be received and processed by January 15, 2020 to be fully considered. Supplementary materials include:
- Official transcripts from any institutions you have previously attended;
- FAFSA (used for consideration for need-based scholarships);
- Any required letters of recommendation (submitted through ScholarWeb);
- Official ACT or SAT scores if you are a new freshman.