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ACAC Participant: Tennessee

December 30, 1899


​Name of Program: Tennessee's College Application Week
Year Program Started: 2008
Program Website:
Program Coordinator: Kate Derrick and Mary Laphen
Email Address: and

2014 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: September 29 - October 4, 2014
Number of Participating High Schools: 233
Number of Participating Seniors: 11,200
Number of College Applications Submitted: 8,632

2013 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: September 30 - October 3, 2013
Number of Participating High Schools: 280 (including middle schools and non-profits)
Number of Participating Seniors: 10,000
Number of College Applications Submitted: 11,750

2012 ACAC Program
Dates Hosted: October 22-26, 2012
Number of Participating High Schools: 225
Number of Participating Seniors: 10,325
Number of College Applications Submitted: 14,213


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