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2019 – 2020 FAFSA Completion Workshops

If you are a parent of a graduating high school senior or an adult desiring to return to college, then you need to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal…

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  • “My experience with Graduate Memphis was phenomenal. Without the organization’s assistance, I certainly wouldn’t have a degree. I would not have gotten up the courage to look into going back to school, and the information, advice, and direct introductions Graduate Memphis gave me was fundamental to my graduating.” – Greg Akers, Student
  • “Graduate Memphis helped me to set some goals for myself that had been put on the back burner. Now I am student at LeMoyne-Owen College with a 3.5 GPA. Since returning to college to pursue my degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management, my confidence level has increased and now I freely share my experiences with others. I hope it inspires them to pursue their education goals. – Karen Ridgle, Student
  • “I have been extremely impressed with the staff of Graduate Memphis. They are truly passionate in their mission to assist adults wishing to further their education. We share that goal and that passion. The relationship between ERAU and GM is a natural partnership.” – Robin Colwell, Partner
  • “Many thanks to Graduate Memphis for all the creative shout-outs tweeted for Moore Tech. Graduate Memphis is doing a great service for the city of Memphis. We love partnering with this group of professionals.” – Karen Treas, Partner
  • “Graduate Memphis has been a key ally in our mission to help more working adults in Tennessee go back to school, earn a degree, and transform their lives. WGU Tennessee’s administrative offices are based in Franklin (Middle Tennessee), and it can be difficult to ensure our message reaches distant parts of the state. Having such a strong, well-connected advocate for adult higher education in West Tennessee has been a huge part of our growth there. Thank you, Graduate Memphis, for helping our state move toward Governor Haslam’s goal of 55% post-secondary completion rate by 2025.” – Kirk Graves, Partner