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1950’s Letterman Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 2008 by a group of 1950’s Georgia Teachers College alums that consisted of former athletes of the University. This scholarship is available to incoming freshmen who plan to pursue any academic major with plans on a career in a...

Abbie Lorene Deloach

Abbie Lorene DeLoach Memorial Nursing/Kappa Delta Scholarship

This scholarship memorializes the life of Georgia Southern nursing student Abbie Deloach. Deloach was born in 1994 in Savannah, Georgia and graduated from Savannah Christian Preparatory School in 2012 where she was an excellent student and athlete. She excelled in...

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AGAPE Fund

The AGAPE Fund was created as an emergency fund for students who, due to circumstances beyond their control, are not eligible for other need based programs or who are in need of immediate cash to continue their education.

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Albert C. Worrell International Endowment

Established in 2001, this scholarship was established by Dr. Nancy W. Shumaker in memory of her father, Dr. Albert Worrell. Dr. Albert Worrell was named Edwin W. Professor Emeritus of Forest Policy, served on faculty at Yale University from 1955 until he retired in...

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Albert M. Deal Nursing Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1988 by Helen Deal in memory of her husband, Dr. Albert Deal. Dr. Deal was born in February of 1914 in Jenkins County, Georgia as the son of a doctor. He graduated from Stateboro High School and went on to attend Georgia Military...

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Alfred and Willie M. Dorman Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1984 in memory of the Dorman’s. Alfred Dorman was born in February 1891 and had spent the early half of his life in Cordele before relocating to Statesboro to establish a wholesale produce business. It became successful and he...

Alfred Owens

Alfred Owens Scholarship

Established in 2005 by Dr. Deanna Cross, this scholarship memorializes the life of Alfred Owens, the first African-American applicant to Armstrong State University. Owens was born in 1934 in Early Branch, South Carolina, but was raised in Savannah, Georgia. He...

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Alice and Charles Christmas Scholarship

The Alice and Charles Christmas Scholarship was established in 2004 by Drs. Charles and Alice Christmas. With a lifetime of service to education, Dr. Alice Christmas was named Assistant Professor Emerita of Early Childhood Education upon her retirement while Dr....

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Alltel/Chatham County Alumni University Honors Program Scholarship

This scholarship was created in 2001 by the Alltel Corporation and the Greater Savannah Eagle Club. The Alltel Corporation was a wireless service provider that served 34 states and had over 13 million subscribers. The Greater Savannah Eagle Club is an association of...

Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship

Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship

Strictly speaking, the newly endowed Alpha Phi Alpha Scholarship was six years in the making, but for Crandall Jones (’81), the impetus came far longer ago. “The scholarship had been an idea of mine for years,” said Jones, now the city manager of East Point, Ga....

Amy Semratedu--The Semratedu Undergraduate Research Fund

Amy Semratedu--The Semratedu Undergraduate Research Fund

“I was a steward of the environment before it was cool,” said the Dalton, Ga., native and 1992 geology and anthropology graduate. “Even though this career was not where the money was, I chose to stick with it, because it was interesting to me. Most people during that...

Evelyn P. Edwards

Andrew S. Edwards Scholarship in Memory of his Parents Troy

Established in 1986 by Andrew S. Edwards, this scholarship memorializes the lives of Troy and Evelyn P. Edwards. A Walton County native, Troy Edwards graduated from the University of Georgia. During his education, he served as an apprentice seaman during World War I....

Charles Sims

Angelyn B. and Charles W. Sims Scholarship

The Angelyn B. and Charles W. Sims Scholarship was established by Angelyn B. Sims (class of 1953) to honor her husband, Charles W. Sims (class of 1956). This scholarship benefits students majoring in Education. The mission of the College of Education is to prepare...

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Ann Waters Ramsey Scholarship

The scholarship was established in 1982 by Mr. T. Holmes Ramsey, Sr. and William B. ‘Tiny’ Ramsey named in memory of the brother’s mother, Ann. Ann was the first female student to register for classes at the First District Agricultural and Mechanical School in...

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Armstrong Alumni Class of ‘37 Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1997 by the Armstrong Alumni Association. This scholarship is available to members of the University Honors Program. This is an Armstrong Alumni Legacy Scholarship meaning recipients must be demonstrably related by blood, marriage,...

Dr. Arthur Gignilliat

Arthur Gignilliat, Sr. Scholarship

This scholarship was established was 1997 by the Armstrong Alumni Association in memory of Dr. Arthur Gignilliat, Sr. Dr. Gignilliant joined the first faculty of Armstrong Junior College in 1935. During his tenure at Armstrong, he served as chairman of the math and...

Dr. Arthur G. Sparks

Arthur G. Sparks Scholarship in Mathematics and Computer Sci

Established in 2002, this scholarship was created by Dr. Arthur G. Sparks, Chair of the Department of Math and Computer Science. Dr. Sparks attended the University of Georgia where he was an active member of Phi Kappa Phi. He went on to attend Clemson University...

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Atlanta Air Cargo Association Scholarship

The Atlanta Air Cargo Association Scholarship is established in 2001 by the AACA. The AACA has been an organization since 1969. At the time it was created, its mission was to promote the interests of members who work in the field of air cargo transportation through...

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Atlanta Alumni Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1993 by alumni from the Atlanta area. The purpose of this scholarship is to provide educational opportunities to Atlanta-area students and to increase the awareness of the good works of the Georgia Southern Alumni Association. This...

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Bartow Miller University Honors Program Scholarship

This scholarship was established in 1999 by Mrs. Frances Miller and Mrs. Nancy Robbins in honor of Bartow Miller, Georgia Southern alumnus. Mr. Miller graduated from South Georgia Techers College (now Georgia Southern University) in 1939 with his bachelor’s in...

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Bazemore-Fetzer-Hagan Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was founded in 1983 as the Kate Scott Fetzer Memorial Scholarship by Elise Scott Hagan, her sister. Upon Hagan’s passing, her son, Dr. Daniel V. Ph.D., renamed the scholarship the Bazemore-Fetzer-Hagan Memorial Scholarship to honor his aunt, mother,...

The Liles

Beatrice and Bert Liles Scholarship Fund

The Beatrice and Bert Liles Scholarship was established by Dorothy Liles in memory of her parents. Bert Liles was born July 1893 in New York as the oldest child and served in the Navy during World War I. In August 1920, Bert married Beatrice White of Wabash, Indiana....

William Henry Belk

Belk Stores Scholarship

Belk, Inc., a private department store company based in Charlotte, N.C., is where customers shop for their Saturday night outfit, the perfect Sunday dress, and where family and community matter most. But Belk is more than shopping – it’s where you find your own...

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Bell University Honors Program Scholarship

This scholarship was established by O.B. and Sue Bell. O.B. was born in 1914 in South Carolina but spent his life in Georgia. During his life, O.B. served as a Private in the Army during World War II. Sue Bell was born in 1915 in Chatham County but resided in...

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Bernadette T. Mesi Memorial Scholarship in Nursing

Established in 2000, this scholarship memorializes the life of Bernadette T. Mesi. Mesi was born in December of 1910 in Minnesota. She attended St. Mark’s Grade School, St. Joseph’s Academy, and St. Catherine’s College in St. Paul where she received a degree in...

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Bette B. Anderson Scholarship

Bette B. Anderson was the first woman to serve as Under Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, appointed by President Jimmy Carter. She was responsible for the Treasury Department’s Office of Administration, Office of Enforcement and Operations, U.S. Secret Service, Bureau...

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Betty Foy Sanders Art Student Travel Fund

The Betty Foy Sanders Study Abroad Award is a competitive funding opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a Georgia Southern University (GSU) study abroad program. This scholarship financially supports students who will benefit from study...

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Betty Lane Family and Consumer Sciences Scholarship

Dr. Betty Lane joined the Georgia Southern faculty as assistant professor in 1958 and retired as professor and chair of the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in 1986. The Betty Lane Family and Consumer Science Scholarship is available to students pursuing...

The Bhatia's

Bhatia Foundation Nursing Scholarship

Sarvan and Prem Bhatia hereby establish an endowment to be known as the Bhatia Foundation Nursing Scholarship. This scholarship is in memory of their parents Sbri Hansraj­Kaushalaya and Lahorimal-Kartardevi Bhatia. The Bhatia Foundation Nursing Scholarship will be...

The Bhatia's

Bhatia Foundation Scholarship

Sarvan and Prem Bhatia hereby establish an endowment to be known as the Bhatia Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship is in memory of their parents Shri Hansraj­-Kaushalaya and Lahorimal-Kartardevi. The student must be classified as an international student by the...