The Coca-Cola First Generation Scholars Fund will provide 15 scholarships for first generation college students over the next four years. First generation students are defined as those applicants who have had neither a parent nor sibling attend college.
Recipients will receive $5,000 per year, renewable for four years dependent on maintaining a 3.0 institutional GPA, full-time enrollment, participation in a Freshman Learning Community their first semester, and active involvement in specific events throughout the academic year. Additional support for adjusting to college life and professional development will be made available to every scholarship recipient. (Applications close February 28, 2020)
Recipients will receive $2,500 per year, renewable for two years dependent on maintaining a 2.5 institutional GPA, full-time enrollment, and active involvement in specific events throughout the academic year. Additional support for adjusting to college life and professional development will be made available to every scholarship recipient.
I applied for a scholarship for a Coca-Cola First-Generation or a State Farm Scholarship. Will interviews and/or selection days still be held?
Scholarship selection activities scheduled for face-to-face on campus interactions have been cancelled. However, each scholarship selection process may continue in an online format. The program coordinators for each scholarship will contact you via email to make adjustments to the selection process. Please feel free to contact the appropriate staff person for questions.
|Coca Cola First-Generation Scholars||Tiffany Tullis||Ttullis1@gsu.edu||404-413-2748|
|State Farm Scholar||Descatur Potieremail@example.com||678-891-2366|
“I am so humbled to have had the opportunity to meet new people, including you! You’re an amazing academic coach and mentor! Thank you so much for providing me with useful organizational skills that I will use in and outside of college. I will forever be thankful for the Coke scholarship I received this year at Georgia State. Thank you again for everything, Ms. Tullis!!”
- Miriam Espino, Dunwoody campus