Students at Georgia Southern University have access to numerous scholarships and loan programs created by foundations, companies, and other groups. There are many International Diversity Scholarships available at Georgia Southern University.

International students must also have adequate student health insurance as determined by MyGeorgianSouthern University. A health insurance plan is available through the University.

List Of Scholarship Programs

Scholarships are offered at Georgia Southern in a variety of forms. Some of these include

New Student Scholarship

The Office of Admissions administers scholarships for first-year students and career changes. To explore scholarship opportunities.

Continuing Scholarship

The scholarships portal on MyGeorgiaSouthern is an excellent resource for graduate students seeking scholarships. This allows students to benefit from various scholarships, including departmental, general, and study abroad scholarships.

State Scholarship

The Georgia Student Finance Commission administers the state’s student scholarship and grant programs. Visit or contact the Georgia Student Finance Commission for more information.

HOPE Scholarship

HOPE Scholarships are Georgia-only programs that reward diligent Georgian students with scholarships for teaching degree programs at any qualified public college, university, technical college, or private institution in Georgia.

The HOPE scholarship program is open to high school graduates with at least a 3.0-grade point average in their basic baccalaureate program.

Zell Miller Scholarship

Georgia residents are eligible for Zell Miller Scholarships with a grade point average of 3.0 or an SAT score of 1200 in reading and math or a composite score of 26 when they graduate high school. ACT To remain eligible, checkpoint students must have at least a college GPA of 3.3.

Georgia HERO Scholarship

The Georgia HERO (Helping Educate Reservists and Their Descendants) Scholarship was created to provide financial assistance to students seeking post-secondary education.

Current members, children, and spouses of the Georgia National Guard or U.S. Military Reserves deployed on active duty overseas,

Georgia residents enrolled in an engineering program accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Council for Engineering and Technology (ABET) are eligible for the Minority Engineering Scholarship Program (MSEE).