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.

    There are several basic eligibility requirements. To be eligible, students must:
    -Be a U.S. citizen or national of the U.S. or have evidence from INS of eligible permanent resident alien status
    -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
    -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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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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