Georgia Student Finance Commission
The award is for a service-cancelable loan of up to $3,500 annually, renewable for a maximum of 10 terms and $17,500. Recipients must complete a renewal application each award year and continue to meet all of the eligibility requirements.
The number of awards offered varies annually.
The Scholarship for Engineering Education Loan Program is funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education and administered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC). The purpose of the program is to attract undergraduate students into the engineering profession by offering financial assistance and to provide qualified engineers for the State of Georgia. In return for the scholarship loan, students agree to work after graduation in an engineering-related field in Georgia for a reduction in balance of up to $3,500 for each year worked. All applicants must meet the following criteria: not owe a refund on a grant or scholarship previously received under any state of Georgia or federal program for attendance at any postsecondary educational institution; not be in default on a loan previously obtained under any state of Georgia or federal program for attendance at any postsecondary educational institution; and not yet have obtained a baccalaureate degree.
Applications are available from the Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC) website by clicking on the 'State Programs Application' link. The student must complete Section A of the application and ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.