Deadlines for the Student Success University-Wide Scholarships are December 13, 2021 - February 14, 2022for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Any inquiries, questions, or concerns regarding the Panther Retention Grant or the Hope and Zell Miller Scholarships should be directed to Financial Aid, housed in the Student Financial Management Center.
Students can search for scholarships offered through Georgia State and external scholarship websites by using this search filter. It assists you with locating scholarships listed by your student type, Georgia State category, external category, major or keyword.
CollegeAnswer - CollegeAnswer's six-part process aims to answer all your questions about paying for school.
CollegeBoard - Students are familiar with CollegeBoard because of its association with the SAT, but the website also has a search filter that matches scholarships to your individual talents based on a questionnaire.
CollegeNET - CollegeNET features a discussion forum where students can post about art, religion, politics, technology and more. There is also a college and scholarship search.
College Scholarships - College Scholarships provides tips on how to get scholarships and even features sample essays. Students can apply to some scholarships from the website.
CollegeView - Along with a scholarship matching engine, CollegeView provides tips and helpful hints about application processes and a calendar of upcoming college admissions chat sessions featured on the site.
Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta - The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta has a collection of scholarship funds that allow donors to invest in the higher education of deserving students.
GoCollege - GoCollege has information on college admissions as well as a financial aid guide and college survival tips.
International Financial Aid Center - The International Financial Aid Center is a resource for U.S. and international students who wish to study abroad to find financial aid, college scholarships and grant information.
International Scholarships- International Scholarships is a database for students of any origin. This site helps students find awards designed to assist those who wish to study in another country.
LittleAfrica.com - Little Africa is a resource for African-American students to search through hundreds of scholarships and internships.
Military.com - This site helps students in the military community find scholarships and grants.
Scholarship.Fatomei - This is a resource for scholarships separated into many different categories.
Scholarships - Scholarships is a search engine students can connect with using Facebook and Twitter.
Scholarship Academy- The Scholarship Academy is a comprehensive scholarship preparatory program that teaches low-income, first-generation college students to navigate the maze of financial aid in order to fund their college education.
The Scholarship Resource Center provides students with a variety of scholarship packets guiding them to internal and external scholarship opportunities. These resources are also available in our office at 251 Sparks Hall. Scholarship packets are comprehensive lists of scholarships compiled by the Scholarship Resource Center.