Terra State welcomes
Workforce Demand Scholarship recipients
Ohio, June 15, 2018: Terra State Community College
welcomed thirty Workforce Demand Scholarship recipients to the
Fremont campus with Fast Track Friday on June 15. The
future Titans were able to register for classes with an advisor,
meet with financial aid and The Landings at Terra Village
representatives and enjoy lunch on campus.
This is the
first year Terra State has offered the Workforce Demand
Scholarship. 2018 high school graduates who are majoring in
a high-demand major are able to attend Terra State tuition-free
and earn up to an associate’s degree.
Vincent/St. Mary’s graduate Matthew White who will be
majoring in music technology and recording arts learned about
the scholarship at a college fair. “Terra State came to my
school and after I told them I wanted to study music technology,
the representatives immediately told me about the Workforce
Demand Scholarship and that I would also receive assistance in
finding a job.” White will also be one of the first students to
reside at The Landings at Terra Village student residence hall.
Larick from Tiffin
Columbian will be studying business management in the fall.
“The scholarship really helps out and the fact Terra State is
close made it an easy choice. I plan to go to Tiffin University
and earn my bachelor’s after getting my degree from Terra
State Admissions Office held a total of three Fast Track Fridays
with over fifty students attending.