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Apply for the Triangle Tech Scholarship

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Triangle Tech awards one scholarship for each of its Associate in Specialized Technology degree programs annually. Candidates should demonstrate outstanding achievement, talent, or leadership qualities. Financial need is not a consideration in determining these awards. This is an excellent opportunity to reduce the cost of earning a Specialized Associate Degree in Refrigeration, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Technology, CADD with Additive Manufacturing & 3D Printing Technology, Maintenance Electricity and Construction Technology, Carpentry and Construction Technology or Welding and Fabrication Technology.

These are merit scholarships; only students who have a 2.5 average or better will be considered. Applicants do not have to demonstrate financial need.

Students will be awarded a scholarship in each degree program in the amount of one-fourth total tuition. Awards will be dispersed proportionately, one semester at a time, based on the student maintaining at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average per semester and conforming to all established school policies. The balance of tuition, fees, books, tools, and supplies must be paid by recipients and will vary depending upon the course of study.

Triangle Tech is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education, State Board of Private Licensed Schools and is authorized by the Pennsylvania Secretary of Education to award Specialized Associate Degrees. Triangle Tech is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

The scholarships are awarded to applicants who have completed their high school graduation requirements at the time of the award.

The deadline for application is April 20 of each year. Scholarships are awarded to students who begin classes in the June semester only.

The recipient of each scholarship will be selected by an independent committee comprised of individuals representing business, education, and government after careful review of each qualified application.

In the event the recipient does not accept the scholarship, the scholarship committee will select another qualified recipient.

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