No, not usually. Information about an individual student may not be released to anyone other than the student. College is all about growth and learning new skills; it is important for the student to take the lead.
Your gift will help graduates of the Three Rivers Community Schools (TRCS) achieve their goals through funding scholarships for their post-secondary education and training. It will provide them opportunities for education and training their families may not be able to afford. And, more than that, your gift will enrich the Three Rivers area in becoming a more vibrant and nurturing community, attracting and retaining families and businesses.
The application procedure applies, but if a student has an IEP, they should visit The Coordinator of Disability or Support Services at their school. A college or trade school counselor will review the IEP, recommend a set number of credits as full-time status for the student, and ensure the student is aware of all the services the school or program has to offer. TRP will honor the post-secondary recommendation for full-time credits. The recommendation must be written by a college/trade school counselor on school letterhead and mailed or emailed to TRP. If a student has an IEP, they must identify themselves [...]
Are the credits earned during Early Middle College (college credits earned while in high school) deducted from the four year/130 credit limit?Michael Eldridge2020-02-27T15:44:48-05:00
No. TRP will fund programs that follow high school graduation up to a bachelor’s degree or equivalent. The ten-year/130 hour or equivalent still applies.
No. That portion of the credit award is considered used. The student may re-enroll and continue the scholarship if done so in the 10-year time frame.
Students who do not meet one or more of the application requirements but believe they should still be considered for the scholarship may submit an appeal.
Because the MET is a student’s education savings account, it offers flexibility in using its funds. MET monies may be used for books, equipment, supplies, fees, and certain room and board costs required for enrollment or attendance.
What if I change my major and classes that have been paid for by TRP are no longer needed but new classes would put me over the limit placed by the promise?Michael Eldridge2020-08-27T17:13:15-04:00
New classes are eligible to be paid for by TRP, but the student is still bound by the four-year/130 credit or equivalent limit.
Students who qualify (high school counselors will assist) for TIP must apply for TIP first. FAFSA is required.
Funds are paid directly to the college, community college, or trade program. They will be sent as early as the fall semester, after the school’s dates for adding- or withdrawing-without penalty. (also known as drop/add date)