WDML 106.9 FM, Dana Communications,
and Rend Lake College are teaming up
to offer you a full ride to Rend Lake College!
Fuel up for your exciting career
and get in the fast lane.
Rend Lake is waiving tuition, books and fees,
for one lucky student to go to college for free.
How much? Free! Free! Free!
We realize the everyday challenges students face
and together we want to help you
achieve your fullest potential.
Choose from more than 100 degrees and certificates.
The contest is open to new students.
Don’t wait, entry is only open for a limited time,
so hurry and get headed in the right direction.
Standard text and date rates may apply.
OBJECTIVE: To reward one lucky listener with the opportunity to attend one year of college for free. The winner will receive up to two semesters — maximum of 15 credit hours per semester — of tuition, plus fees and book costs.
Contest begins on Monday, Oct. 12, 2020, and runs through Wednesday, March 31, 2021.
To enter, send a text message with the keyword “fullride”, to 618-242-1533 (WDML 106.9 FM) & Withers Broadcasting Companies will reply with the link to the form for the submission.
The applicant must provide all of the necessary information on the form for eligibility.
Submissions from listeners will be accepted Monday, Oct. 12 through Wednesday, March 31, 2021. The winning contestant will be announced the first week of April 2021.
The winner will be contacted with the number/email provided from submission.
The contest is open to new students only. Dual credit and dual enrollment students are eligible to win.
The prize is redeemable from June 1, 2021 to May 14, 2022.
Standard data and messaging rates may apply (check with your provider)
Withers Broadcasting employees and their families, along with the Rend Lake College employees and their families, are ineligible. Withers Broadcasting contest rules apply.
Full station contest rules here.
Contestants automatically consent to having their voice and/or likeness used for promotional purposes.
Contestants entering will automatically result in opting for their data to be shared.