A Complete Count of College Campuses Vital to Tennessee Communities, Funding
The race is on to get students counted in the 2020 Census at colleges and universities around Tennessee before many leave for the summer. Student’s are counted in apartments, dormitories, fraternities and sororities where they live on April 1, not the permanent address of a parent or guardian.
Local governments, non-profits eligible for ‘Tennessee Counts’ census grants up to $10K
An accurate count in the upcoming 2020 Census is incredibly important for Tennessee. In hopes of increasing response rates when the forms go out in mid-March, the Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs has announced a “Tennessee Counts” grant program.