|Scholarship Deadline is April 22 for the Upcoming Academic Year|
More than 98% of our students receive some type of financial aid assistance. This aid is funded through federal, state, outside scholarships and institutional scholarship funds.
Our many dedicated donors continue to graciously fund scholarships that enable us to assist more than 150+ students with scholarship funds. During the 2020-2021 academic year, our scholarship awards varied from $150 to $10,000 annually.
Scholarships are awarded based on many criteria, including academic excellence, extra-curricular involvement, and leadership. Other awards take into consideration factors such as financial need and geographic location.
The scholarship application deadline is April 22 for the upcoming academic year (e.g. April 22, 2022 is the deadline for Fall 2022/Spring 2023). Scholarship applications can be accessed by clicking the "Apply for EGSC Scholarships Here" button below and filling out the scholarship applications.
Many scholarships are need-based and, therefore, require completion of a FAFSA. If the Office of Financial Aid has not received your completed FAFSA (and any other required documents) by the time the Scholarship Committee meets to determine awards, you most likely will not be considered for these type scholarships. As such, all potential scholarship applicants are strongly encouraged to meet the regular financial aid application priority deadline.
DISCLAIMER: The scholarships listed below are not affiliated with East Georgia State College and do not constitute endorsement by EGSC of the scholarships being offered or any organizations mentioned. Scholarships listed are for informational purposes only. It is the student’s responsibility to verify all information related to the scholarship application, including any requirements and related deadlines.
- Any students receiving outside scholarships should inform our office by phone, e-mail, or stopping by our office.
- The funding source of the scholarship to send the check to our office with the student name and student ID number.
With the scholarship, we aim to help students achieve their education and career goals by easing their financial burden of higher education.
Who can apply?
This scholarship is open to legal residents and citizens of the United Kingdom, United States or Canada who have been accepted to study full-time at an accredited college or university.
While the scholarship is open to anyone embarking or enrolled on a higher education course, special consideration will be given to students pursuing a course in fitness, health or sports.
How to apply:
There are two ways to apply for the scholarship:
The BikesReviewed Scholarship Committee will review all essays and videos and decide on the final winner. The entries will be judged based on creativity, research on the topic and clarity of the essay/video. Students who submit plagiarized essays will be disqualified. The BikesReviewed team will notify the winner by email and the award will be sent directly to the winning participant’s school.
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ExtremeTerrain is offering two $3,000 scholarships, one for the fall semester and one for the spring Semester to eligible students pursuing a degree in Environmental Studies, Environmental Research, Land Use, Earth and Atmosphere Studies, Sustainable Land Management, Parks and Recreation, or Sustainable Agriculture Systems.
Students should submit a 700 – 1500 word essay that describes who you are, why you
feel it is important to maintain access to public lands for recreational use and how
you plan to use your degree to advocate for the recreational use of public lands.
Essays should be submitted as a PDF or Microsoft Word document to be eligible for
consideration and must also be accompanied with proof of current enrollment in an
accredited United States college or university.
Please submit your essay by 12:00PM EST on October 15th in order to be eligible for the spring semester scholarship and by June 15th to be eligible for the fall semester scholarship. The winner of the spring semester will be selected by November 15th and the fall semester winner will be selected by July 15th.
This opportunity is offered every year and submissions are open and encouraged for the spring and fall semesters.
Scholarship payment will be sent directly to the winner’s school as a tuition payment.
Scholarship winners are chosen once every year in the month of August, which coincides with the beginning of each Fall semester.
Applicants who submit all paperwork and follow the application process accordingly, during any annual submission, will also be considered for the following Fall semester as well (365 days). However, no applicant will ever be awarded more than one scholarship per lifetime. Please, only one submission is needed per applicant and you may be notified during the consideration process if you are selected as a finalist for a short phone based interview.
Eligibility: Applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student at a regionally or nationally accredited Institution and be pursing a degree in nursing or nursing specialty, with a minimum of 30 completed credit hours.
Awards Available: 1 per academic year
Application Deadlines: August 1st
Scholarship Disbursement: October 1st
- Most recent transcripts (copies are fine)
- One page essay describing yourself, what motivates you, and your ultimate goals (long term & short term)
- Updated resume (word or pdf)
- Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher
- Minimum of 30 completed credit hours
- Digital image and short quote (displayed for winners)
A limited number of need based scholarships have been made available to students choosing to live on campus. Contact Financial Aid today for details.
The Yvorra Leadership Development Foundation (YLD) is currently accepting applications for its Leadership Awards and Scholarships. The awards are in memory of Deputy Fire Chief James G. Yvorra, Emergency Medical Technician Donald E. Sellers, and Chief John M. Eversole. The program is open to members of Emergency Services organizations such as Fire & Rescue Departments, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Management Agencies, Homeland Security, and members of the U.S. active duty military, and National Guard who have an emergency preparedness and response job description; e.g. firefighter, medic, disaster preparedness, etc.
Annual awards are approximately $2,500 each. Special awards of greater value may be issued for leadership development related projects proposed by individuals or groups.
Since 1989, YLD has awarded $148,000 to over 93 award recipients.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is an American immigration policy that allows certain undocumented students who entered the country before their 16th birthday and before June 2007, to receive a renewable, two-year work permit and exemption from deportation. In some states, like in California, AB 540 students may qualify to attend college and pay in-state tuition; being exempt from paying non-resident tuition. Be sure to know your status and all the eligibility requirements when applying for these kinds of scholarships.
There are specific organizations such as TheDream.Us that help immigrant youth and undocumented students who have received DACA status achieve their American Dream through the completion of a college education. The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund also provides students a scholarship program, regardless of their immigration status, as long as students can demonstrate a commitment to advancing Latino civil rights through their career.
Not only do such organizations provide scholarship programs and opportunities, but they also have education resources based on your state - be sure to check your current or prospective college's scholarship and financial aid opportunities to help fund your college education. You may need to conduct some personal research and stay updated on immigration policies, as they are constantly fluctuating and may have some gray areas. Even if a state does not have a DREAM Act, schools may offer merit scholarships that are not tied to federal funding. And remember to conduct a free search to see what scholarships you may be eligible for.
Below are just some scholarships available to undocumented students, or ones that do not request immigration status or citizenship. Read the eligibility and status requirements carefully when applying. You can find more information on these and other awards by completing a profile and conducting a free college scholarship search on Scholarships.com.
REMEMBER – DON’T EVER PAY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION – VALID SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS WILL NOT REQUIRE A PAYMENT FROM YOU TO APPLY OR PROCESS.