Tuscaloosa Dual-Enrollment Scholarships
Nearly 500 members of Tuscaloosa City Schools’ Class of 2021 are projected to qualify and receive funding for the Elevate Dual Enrollment Scholarship program.
During their senior year, TCS students may take up to six fully-funded hours of college credit at either The University of Alabama, Shelton State Community College or Stillman College. These courses will be fully funded--to include books and fees-- as part of the Elevate Dual Enrollment Scholarship program.
About Elevate Tuscaloosa Career and
College Ready Dual-Enrollment Scholarships
To qualify, students must:
Attend a TCS high school at least one year prior to taking courses as part of the Elevate Dual Enrollment Scholarship program;
Live in the Tuscaloosa City Schools’ residential attendance zones;
Be classified as a senior; and
Meet institutions’ minimum grade point average requirements.
Tuscaloosa City Schools handles the administration. Please contact them for more information.
This support from the City is a shining example of removing access barriers. This allows us to do work that we were only able to do in pieces before, but now will be open to all students. This initiative is bringing about an unprecedented partnership between Stillman, the University and Shelton State.
Michael J. Daria, Ed.D.
Tuscaloosa City Schools