The state of Georgia began as a British colony in 1733 named after King George II of Great Britain. It is also called the Goober state and home to industry giants like Coca-Cola, CNN and the Center for Disease Control. Georgia State has more than 135 colleges, universities and community schools with premier institutions like the University of Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University. As there are many institutions providing various majors and degrees the state tries to compensate by offering enough scholarships to its resident students.


Students from Georgia have the privilege to obtain a range of well-funded scholarships, grants, and financial aid programs exclusively for them to advance professionally in their respective careers. There are numerous scholarships in the field of engineering, healthcare, business, commerce, economics, journalism, earth science, and agriculture.

The various scholarships are awarded on the basis of different factors like the academic merits and other achievements, participation in community services and financial status. Although the criteria for different scholarships vary, the basic eligibility criteria are similar. Some of the basic eligibility criteria are as follows:

  • You must be a citizen or an eligible non-citizen of the United States.

  • You must be a permanent resident or a legal non-resident of the state of Georgia.

  • You must be enrolled in an accredited university, college or any other educational institution in the state or elsewhere.

Some facts on education at Georgia:

The education system in the state of Georgia is governed by the Georgia Board of Regents. Every year there are almost 100,000 students from all across the state contributing to the country’s employment workforce and economy. Georgia’s historical society is an independent research institution situated in Savannah which holds the oldest collection of materials related to the history of the nation. The college graduation rate is above 51.2% and the cost of education ranks at 12 in the country. In conclusion, the state of Georgia is a lovely place to pursue a college degree.

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January 31st, 2021

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$1,500

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info@thecollegemonk.com

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(720) 789-2907

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March 31st, 2020

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$500

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info@thecollegemonk.com

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(720) 789-2907

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May 18, 2019

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$1,500

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scholarship@gngf.com

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(404) 594-5045

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May 18, 2019

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$8,200

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314

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scholarships@cbcfinc.org

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202-262-2800

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June 30, 2019

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$2,500

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800 788-3368

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December 07, 2018

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$2,500

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comcast@applyists.com

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855-670-4787

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Varies

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$1,000

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175

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churchsscholars@scholarshipamerica.org

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507-931-1682

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March 16, 2019

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$3,500

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4

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jacinda@niada.com

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800-682-3837

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February 23, 2019

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$500

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80

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leelemke@georgiamining.org

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(478) 757-1211

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Varies

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$4,757

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770-724-9000

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February 01, 2020

Award Amount

$2,000

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10

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scholarships@ffa.org

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317-802-6099

Application Deadline

February 01, 2019

Award Amount

$1,000

Awards Available

1

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scholarships@ffa.org

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317-802-6099