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In order to apply for scholarships, you are required to complete the online scholarship application through the MyScholarships link by the deadlines* listed below.  Once the application is completed, you are automatically matched with the awards for which you qualify. Students may go in and make updates to the application at any time.

If you wish to narrow your application to scholarships available only to Nursing students, type “Nursing” in the search box to filter your results.

If you receive a scholarship you will be required to submit a thank you note through MyScholarships.

The application is good for one year.


 

Notes for Students

  • Current Students: Current Georgia Southern students must complete the scholarship application through MyScholarships to receive consideration for general scholarships and major specific scholarships.  *Departmental deadlines vary, see below.
  • Need Based Students: To receive consideration for need-based scholarships, students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available online.
  • Transfer Students: Incoming transfer students accepted for admission must complete the scholarship application through the MyScholarships link by May 1st to receive consideration for any merit-based scholarships. *Departmental deadlines vary, see below.

 

Application Deadlines

*Please note the following application periods and deadlines for scholarships available only to nursing students:

Students currently enrolled (in all programs):

  • Apply between April 2-June 1 / Awards will be made by June 30

Students beginning fall semesters:

  • Apply between April 2-June 1 / Awards will be made by June 30

Students beginning spring semesters:

  • Apply between November 1-December 1 / Awards will be made by January 1

Students taking summer nursing courses:

  • Apply between March 1-April 1 / Awards will be made by May 2

 

To learn more about available scholarships and requirements, visit GeorgiaSouthern.edu/scholarships.

Last updated: 11/2/2017

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