The Coastal Georgia Foundation manages and administers the following scholarship funds with award opportunities for students in Coastal Georgia.
The Correll Scholars Program Fund – Deadline March 1, 2019
The Correll Scholars Program of the Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation has a deadline approaching on March 1. Applicants must be Glynn County high school graduates pursuing a two- or four-year degree at one of Georgia’s public universities, and who are also members of the Elizabeth F. Correll Teen Center of the Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Georgia.
The Correll Scholars Program provides an annual scholarship of $5,000 to students enrolled in four-year academic degree programs and an annual scholarship/stipend of up to $4,000 to students enrolled in a two-year academic/technical degree program.
The Christ Church, Frederica Episcopal Church Women's Fund - Deadline April 21, 2019
A scholarship fund created in 2017 by the Christ Church Frederica Episcopal Church Women is open to applications. Annually, the scholarship will provide $2,500 to a female high school graduate pursuing a degree through an academic or technical college or university. The student must be of the Episcopal faith and hale from Glynn or McIntosh County.
The Glynn Academy Class of 1969 Scholarship Fund - Deadline
The Glynn Academy Class of 1969, a member of Communities of Coastal Georgia Foundation, will award a $2,500 academic scholarship to a graduating Glynn Academy senior who has been accepted to attend a Georgia academic college or university. There will be no restriction regarding race, ethnicity, creed or gender.
The senior must meet the following criteria:
1. Applicants must have a cumulative grade point average between 2.70 and 2.99 HOPE grade point average.
2. Applicants must supply family background and demonstrate financial need.
3. Applicants must be a good school citizen with no demerits, excellent attendance and no failures.
4. Applicants must demonstrate active involvement in extracurricular school and community activities.
The Halsey Family Scholarship Fund - Deadline March 4, 2019
A post-secondary scholarship program offered to students from Camden County, Georgia pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in either a Biological or Physical Science Field or pursuing a Music, Music Education or a Related Field.
The Halsey Family Scholarship was established by John F. (Jack) Halsey, PhD, and Sandra M. (Sandy) Halsey in recognition of the significant influence that both science and music education and research have had on their lives. The Halsey Family Scholarship awards up to four (4) academic semesters of support to undergraduate students beginning in their freshman year in college, based on continued progress and academic achievement.
The scholarship provides up to $2,000 per semester (maximum, $4,000 per year), which is paid directly to the post-secondary institution, on behalf of the student each semester, to offset costs of tuition, fees, books, and room and board. Any excess funds are distributed to the student through the institution’s student accounts services to pay for living expenses.