Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The purpose of the Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant is to encourage Georgia residents to attend eligible private colleges in Georgia by providing grant assistance. To be eligible, students must: be a US citizen or permanent resident; Be a legal resident of Georgia; be enrolled as a full-time student at an eligible private college or university; Be an undergraduate student in a program of study leading to a college degree; maintain satisfactory academic progress, as defined by the college; be in compliance with Selective Service registration requirements; not be in default or owe a refund on a student financial aid program; be in compliance with the Georgia Drug-Free Post-secondary Education Act of 1990; and, not have received TEG payment for more than 127 semester/190 quarter hours. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Zaria Blount  on 3/23/2020 3:24:01 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship because it would help further my education.

Gayle W  on 11/8/2018 8:56:23 AM

I had to take a leave of absence from Strayer University to help take care of my dad. I received my Associates Degree in Business Administration. I have 8 classes left to completed for my Bachelor's Degree in Health Services . I do not have enough money to complete my classes. I left as a honor students with a 3.5 average. I would be the first in my family to finish college. My daughter is a college student and I would like to show my daughter at the age of 53, you can succeed at anything you want to do in life. I would like to give back to my community to help other kids to succeed.

Selena L  on 9/8/2016 10:44:23 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship because I need my next semester paid for. I love my college and I have no intentions of leaving it without my degree.

Bridgette S  on 5/24/2016 10:15:20 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship because between working and going to school full time my grades dropped. This has caused me to lose my hope scholarship. I only have one more year until I graduate and this scholarship would help make that happen.

Myra G  on 1/3/2016 1:59:07 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship.

Mercedez H  on 6/28/2011 10:49:28 AM

My school automatically does this one for us.

Mercedez H  on 6/28/2011 10:47:11 AM

My school automatically does this one for us.

cariel p  on 2/10/2011 4:23:47 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship because it would be another stepping stone into furthering my education. It would help greatly!

Sabrina L  on 8/28/2010 6:40:04 PM

I would like to apply for this scholarship because I need it to further my education.

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