Bryan College Offers Student Stimulus Plan

Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Bryan College understands that students and their families are facing unprecedented economic uncertainty related to the COVID-19. And because of that, the college is offering the Bryan Stimulus Plan for students who are coming in the fall of 2020. 

The Bryan College Stimulus Plan consists of three elements to help make education more affordable:

The Tuition Reduction – Bryan has one of the least expensive tuitions in the region.

The Difference Maker Program – Where students who earn their bachelor’s degree at Bryan College are eligible to earn a Master’s Degree at Bryan College tuition free.

The Bryan Stimulus – Each first-time student who comes to Bryan in the fall of 2020 will be eligible to receive at least $2,000 in Bryan scholarships and grants. 


Cleveland State Approves New Mission Statement

Walker Wins Lee University’s 2020 F.J. Lee Award

Cleveland State's Neidich Receives UTC Assets And Dean’s Merit Scholarships


Dr. Bill Seymour, president, Cleveland State Community College announces a new mission statement for the college. Dr. Seymour said, "Have you ever read many college or university mission ... (click for more)

Lee University has recognized Ashley Walker as the recipient of the 2020 F.J. Lee Award. This annual award was established in 1968 in honor of the second president of Lee University. It is ... (click for more)

Cleveland State student Beau Neidich is the recent recipient of two scholarships to UTC, the UTC Assets and Dean’s Merit Scholarships available through the College of Engineering and Computer ... (click for more)



Student Scene

Cleveland State Approves New Mission Statement

Dr. Bill Seymour, president, Cleveland State Community College announces a new mission statement for the college. Dr. Seymour said, "Have you ever read many college or university mission statements? If they had not been updated lately, they were likely to contain everything plus the kitchen sink. I have been part of these writing processes in the past and the tendency was ... (click for more)

Walker Wins Lee University’s 2020 F.J. Lee Award

Lee University has recognized Ashley Walker as the recipient of the 2020 F.J. Lee Award. This annual award was established in 1968 in honor of the second president of Lee University. It is presented to the Lee senior with the overall most outstanding record of student achievement. Award winners demonstrate high standards of integrity, leadership, service, broad campus involvement, ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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Hamilton County Correctional Officer Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Silverdale Facility Employees, Inmates To Be Tested Wednesday

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office was notified Friday morning one of its Corrections Division employees has tested positive for COVID-19. Per Hamilton County Jail guidelines, the employee is at home under isolation order from the Hamilton County Health Department. Jail personnel are currently working with Health Department personnel to currently track all inmates and personnel ... (click for more)

Opinion

It's About Time Riverbend Was Cancelled - And Response

Since its inception, Friends of the Festival seemed bound and determined to make Riverbend a national event, ignoring the opinions of many Chattanoogans. Riverbend started as a local event drawing on the tastes and desires of local citizens yet has devolved into an outrageously expensive, super-crowded two-week-long free-for-all. Riverbend has drastically deviated from its original ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: Rhea Migrants Vanish!

A promising online news website debuted last month from its statewide base in Nashville. Identifying itself as “Tennessee—Lookout,” the website has what appears to be sound leadership and creditable reporters. Its vow is that it hopes to become an “Independent non-profit news site dedicated to covering Tennessee government, policy and politics. Hard-hitting but fair.” I wish it ... (click for more)