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Originally posted February 21, 2013
Union parents and students - sophomores through seniors - are encouraged to attend the Tulsa Achieves Scholarship information meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 5 at the Union Collegiate Academy.
See the Tulsa Achieves scholarship page
Tulsa Community College helps eliminate the financial burden of attending college by providing additional funding to fill the "gap" between financial aid and the cost of attending college.
For eligible students, Tulsa Achieves pays up to 100 percent of tuition and fees for a maximum of 63 college credit hours. As a gap-funding program, Tulsa Achieves pays any remaining balance after all state, federal and private aid and grant funding have been applied. There is no cost to the student!*
Tulsa Achieves students begin their coursework the fall semester after high school graduation and may continue in the program for 63 credit hours of three years, whichever comes first.