The Harold Conner Scholars Program is designed to aid high-performing students in their endeavors to obtain a college education. The program seeks to provide a holistic schedule of activities to increase the retention of these outstanding students, as well as encouraging them to share their many talents with the University community.
The scholarship program is named in honor of Rev. Harold Conner, the first African-American administrator at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Following the example set by Rev. Conner, students are required to maintain both the highest levels of academic performance and a strong record of service to the University and/or the community.
The goal of the HCS Program is to provide the program participants with the tools necessary for success in whatever field they choose to study. The primary focus is on the long-term needs of the students, so students are exposed to leadership development opportunities, professional development workshops and other activities that supplement in-class learning.
Harold Conner Scholars
The Harold Conner Scholars Program is designed to aid high-performing students in their endeavors to obtain a college education.
Participation in the Harold Conner Scholars Program is open to high school graduates from the state of Tennessee who attends the University of Tennessee at Martin.