Georgia Military Scholarship

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February 01, 2019

Awards Available: 42

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The State of Georgia offers 42 scholarships per year to Georgia high school seniors who attend the University of North Georgia and commission as officers in the Georgia Army National Guard after graduating with bachelor's degrees. The scholarship pays for your room, meals, tuition, books, uniforms, and fees. In addition, you receive National Guard weekend drill pay, GI Bill, pay for attending Army basic and advanced training, and Army ROTC contract pay (at the start of sophomore year). You may also be eligible for an enlistment bonus and monthly GI Bill kicker.

    Eligibility:
    -Be a resident of Georgia
    -Receive a nomination from a state assemblyman
    -Meet the academic requirements for, and gain regular admission, to UNG
    -Meet Army National Guard medical and physical standards
    -Agree to serve as an enlisted member in the Georgia Army National Guard while a Cadet at UNG
    -Agree to accept a commission upon graduation from UNG and serve four years as a commissioned officer in the Georgia Army National Guard

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Keith Antonia
  • UNGMS@ung.edu
  • 706-867-2712

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