GSU Undergraduate Scholarships in Georgia State University
Georgia Lottery for Education offers Hope Scholarship for Degree seeking Undergraduate Students for the US Citizen or an Eligible Non Citizen at Georgia State University USA
Study Subject ( s ) : Courses offered by the University.
Course Level : Undergraduate.
Scholarship Provider : Georgia Lottery for Education.
Scholarship can be taken at : USA.
Eligibility for GSU Undergraduate Scholarships
HOPE Scholarship recipients must have a cumulative 3.0 HOPE GPA at the end of each spring semester to continue eligibility. In addition to these requirements traditional and nontraditional students must have a 3.0 cumulative HOPE GPA after the 30th, 60th and 90th attempted hour. If the student does not meet the GPA requirements at 90 hours, he/she cannot regain his/her eligibility.
In all cases, a student must be a U.S. Citizen or an Eligible Non-Citizen and meet the requirements to be classified as a Georgia resident according to University System of Georgia (USG) in-state tuition policy for either 12 or 24 consecutive months immediately prior to the first day of classes of the school term for which the HOPE Scholarship is sought.
- Be enrolled at a USG eligible Postsecondary Institution in Matriculated status leading to a degree.
- Be a legal resident of Georgia for tuition purposes.
- Register with Selective Service ( men only ).
- Be in compliance with the Georgia Drug – Free Post Secondary Education Act of ( 1990 ).
- Not be in default or owe a refund on a federal or state financial aid program.
- Not have a Bachelors degree or higher.
- Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress.
GSU Undergraduate Scholarship Description
Hope Georgia State University Scholarship is funded by the Georgia Lotter for Education and is available only to degree seeking Students who meet the definition of a Georgia Resident for Hope Undergraduate Scholarship Purposes.
For the school term in which a student reaches the Attempted-Hours or Combined Paid-Hours limit of 127 semester hours, the student can be paid ONLY for the hours up to the Attempted-Hours or Combined Paid-Hours limit. Example : Student has 120 attempted hours and enrolled in 9 hours for semester. Payment will only be made for 7 hours, even if Zell Miller funds did not pay for those credits.
There are no exceptions covering extra hours needed for dual-degree programs, second majors, or change in major.Eligibility ends when a student receives 127 semester credits of payment from any combination of Zell Miller or HOPE Scholarship, Paid-Hours, plus HOPE Grant Paid-Hours, plus, ACCEL Paid-Hours through spring.
Once a student reaches either the Attempted-Hours limit or the Combined Paid-Hours limit, he or she is no longer eligible for the HOPE Scholarship.
For more information on the HOPE Scholarship, or to view the HOPE regulations, please contact the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC): 770-724-9000 or 800-505-GSFC (4732)
Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.