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  • Army ROTC Scholarships - University of North Georgia

    • UNG is looking for high school seniors and college freshmen who want to serve our nation as second lieutenants (officers) in the U.S. Army. Scholarships pay for room and board (up to $12,000 per year) or tuition and fees. It also pays a $420/month stipend and a $1,200/year book allowance. Click here for eligibility criteria, benefits, and how to apply. In addition, Georgia resident ROTC scholarship recipients receive grants of up to $2,000 per semester. These benefits combine for about $15,570/year to $19,500/year. This past year, more than 70 high school seniors were awarded three- and four-year ROTC scholarships to enroll in the Corps of Cadets at UNG.

      The scholarship leads to a professional career as an active-duty Army second lieutenant (O1) with excellent benefits and starting compensation (Department of Defense Calculator):

      • Single with less than 2 years of service stationed at Ft. Stewart near Savannah, GA: $72,769
      • Single with 4 years of service as a Soldier in the Guard while in the Corps of Cadets at Ft. Benning, GA: $79,053

      For more information, please contact the Office of Cadet Recruiting on the Dahlonega Campus at cadetrecruiting@ung.edu or go to the UNG Army ROTC Scholarship website.

       
     
     
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    Joieful Connections Scholarship

    • Application Deadline: March 21, 2024

      Any high school senior who has a diagnosis of developmental or intellectual disability may apply for this scholarship, but students in Oregon will be preferred. This is a $5,000 scholarship.

      For more information, visit Joieful Connections Scholarship.

       
     

    Minority Cosmetic Science Scholarship

    • Application Deadline: April 15, 2024

      BIPOC high school and undergraduate students are eligible to apply if they are pursuing a career in natural cosmetology or cosmetic science via majors such as cosmetology, anthropology, botany, chemistry, biochemistry, herbalism, microbiology, and more. This is a $5,000 scholarship. 

      For more information, visit the Minority Cosmetic Science Scholarship.

       
     

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