SouthEast Bank Awards Scholarships To Five UTC Students

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

SouthEast Bank and The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga announced that five students have been selected to receive the SouthEast Bank Scholar award for the 2013-2014 academic year. This scholarship will provideeach student with $5,000 annually to offset the cost of tuition and assist in accomplishing academic and personal goals.

 

Along with Regional President Tom Hughes, SouthEast Bank President Monty Montgomery said, “SouthEast Bank is proud to support The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in awarding scholarships that help keep our future leaders right here in Tennessee.

We are a true community bank operated by local employees who live and work alongside the people we serve, and we are committed to using our resources to reinvest in our schools, organizations, and neighborhoods. Through the SouthEast Bank Scholars program, we fulfill this mission by rewarding outstanding students who demonstrate a combination of academic excellence, community service, and financial need with the opportunity to reach their greatest potential through higher education.”

 

“We appreciate the generous scholarship support that SouthEast Bank provides our students. This partnership enables students to pursue a college education with their focus on their coursework rather than financial matters. At UTC, we are focused on helping our students achieve academic success and on strengthening our connections in the community. This partnership with SouthEast Bank helps us reach both goals, and we are quite thankful,” said Dr. Steven Angle, UTC Chancellor.

Recipients of the SouthEast Bank Scholars include a prestigious group of incoming students from Tennessee chosen by participating post-secondary institutions for their exceptional character and academic commitment. In addition to meeting the minimum criteria of achieving a 3.25 high school grade point average or a 23 ACT score, students who are awarded this distinct honor have also demonstrated financial need and community involvement.


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