KNOXVILLE—Johnson’s annual scholarship thank you letters are due Friday. This year the Financial Aid department has made it easier for students to turn letters in.

Last year it was the students’ job to print off the certain amount of letters, buy envelopes and stamps and return the letters sealed and ready to mail to Financial Aid. This year they have made it easier for students to turn in their letters.

Students are to email their letters to where Financial Aid will take care of the rest.

Financial Aid has also asked that students write these letters in a Word document and attach it to the email.

Financial Aid reminds students that if they do not send in their thank you letters by Oct. 27 their financial aid will be reduced.

Remember to check your mailbox for the yellow paper that gives instructions on how to write and send this letter to Financial Aid.

Posted by Karysa Parrott

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