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The HOPE Career Grant can be the boost a student needs to get started on a rewarding career in a well-paying job, and without accumulating a lot of student debt. It also helps Georgia employers by creating a pipeline of skilled workers they can hire well into the future. To learn more, or find out which campuses offer these programs, click on one of the programs below.

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Very few college-bound students can afford to pay all of their tuition costs entirely out of pocket. Even those students who have spent years diligently building a college fund may find that their savings fall far short of the mark when it comes time to apply to college. Fortunately, there are a wide range of financial aid opportunities specifically designed to help students fill the gaps in their college fund.

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The HOPE Program Helping Outstanding Pupils Educationally created in under the supervision of Georgia Governor Zell Milleris Georgia's scholarship and grant program that rewards students with financial assistance in degree, diploma, and certificate programs at eligible Georgia public and private colleges and universities, and public technical colleges [1]. Students can benefit from HOPE in several ways. The program is entirely merit-basedmeaning that a person's eligibility for the scholarship is based on their academic achievement in high school or college.

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Rising college tuition is pricing some students out of a college education; however, some students in Georgia may be able to attend an in-state college for free through the help of supplemental grants and the HOPE scholarship, which was established in with proceeds from the state's lottery. The scholarship pays a set amount per credit hour depending on the school attended, and supplemental grants can make up the cost the scholarship does not cover. Be a Georgia resident. Students who have lived in the state for 12 consecutive months prior to the first day of college classes are considered residents.

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Then Governor Zell Miller deployed soaring rhetoric in when he called for a new state lottery-funded scholarship program in Georgia. The state made the first HOPE awards in the academic year. Since then, HOPE, which includes several different scholarships and grants, has come to be viewed as a trendsetting program providing non-need-based aid, also called merit aid, to top-achieving Georgia students who stay in the state for higher education.

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With many grants and scholarships made available for Georgia residents, the thought of furthering your education can be made a reality with just a little research and a few forms. Prospective HOPE scholarship enrollees must have achieved one of the following academic requirements:. This scholarship is awarded to students based on high academic achievement.

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You can benefit from HOPE in several ways:. The amount of the award depends on the type of school the student is attending, the number of credit hours the student is enrolled in and the specific rates of the college. These students earn post secondary credit hours while simultaneously meeting their high school graduation or Home Study completion requirements.

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Whether or not you play the lottery, you might be a winner. Lottery games in some states fund scholarships for students of all ages, including non-traditional students. Most lottery scholarships have certain student requirements, of course.

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Zell Millera former two-term governor and U. Zell Miller, 86, dies. The scholarships and grants can be used to defray the cost of tuition at eligible public and private Georgia postsecondary institutions. The award amounts depend on the institutions and level of scholarship or help.

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