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Georgia HOPE Grant Program

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Georgia's HOPE Grant (a separate program from the HOPE Scholarship) is available to legal residents of Georgia who are working towards a certificate or diploma (continuing education programs are not eligible) at an eligible college or university in Georgia. A HOPE Grant recipient must maintain a minimum 2.00 cumulative post-secondary grade point average to remain eligible. A student is ineligible to receive HOPE Grant funds once the student has reached the 63 semester or 95 quarter hour limit. Must be a legal US resident. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2082 E Exchange Place
  • Tucker, GA 30084
  • 800-505-4732

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christopher b  on 11/25/2015 2:54:31 PM

Please enter your comments for this scholarship here. Please be advised that this area is for comments about the scholarship only, not a form for you to submit your schto whom it may concern, I am currently searching for thee opportunity to obtain a scholarship.I am hoping to accomplish a scholarship in medicine or another major. my intentions for college are more then just hardworking, but self-motivated,ambitious, and perseverance.I will not only benefit myself but to others along with the college.Please give me the opportunity to attend your college. Sincerely, Christopher Burke

Morgan H  on 11/11/2015 3:58:45 AM

I did send a request letter for information.

clarice b  on 11/6/2015 11:48:20 AM

need money to better myself for me and my kids thanks.

Cali M  on 11/4/2015 10:12:22 AM

I really would like to get the HOPE because my mom sruggles and my sister is about to go to college. I just want to make it for my mom so she doesnt have to worry or struggle.

Tiffany H  on 9/8/2015 1:38:39 PM

The reason why I applied for this scholarship is because I won't take it for granted. This scholarship could really make a difference financially and will take off a lot of stress.

Taitanna M  on 7/15/2015 3:29:35 PM

I applied to this scholarship. The money will help further my education and take some of the financial burden off my shoulders.

Thelma Dianne M  on 6/27/2015 6:57:48 PM

This would help me with my long awaited goal. I don't want to put my schooling out anymore. I need some help with my education financially. This will help me complete my future plan.

Amber J  on 5/17/2015 12:59:10 PM

This scholarship could help me reach so many goals in my life. Its can help me start to get the education i need in order to succeed in this world. This scholarship could be the start to my future.

Amber J  on 5/17/2015 12:59:05 PM

This scholarship could help me reach so many goals in my life. Its can help me start to get the education i need in order to succeed in this world. This scholarship could be the start to my future.

Jenna S  on 2/23/2015 10:30:27 PM

This scholarship could help me reach my goal to entering med school in the field of pediatric oncology and helping children and their families. At this point I have no money for college and need assistance

marquell j  on 3/18/2012 7:36:05 PM

This scholarship would really help with allowing me to purchase my college book for the school year. I currently receive no extra money through scholarships, and have to pay for everything out of pocket. Thanks for considering me for the scholarship!

Noel L  on 8/27/2011 11:46:29 AM

This scholarship can really help me out with my college books. I have no scholarships as a College sophomore and I am having trouble paying for books. The class I am taking right now have expensive books, especially for Biology class. Thanks ever much for listening!!!

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