Over the last several months the Admissions staff has carefully reviewed all our newly admitted First Year students to consider them for University of Georgia academic merit scholarships. (See the list and our discussion of merit and need-based aid at our website, https://admissions.uga.edu/article/scholarships-at-uga.html.) All scholarships available through Admissions have now been awarded, and we have contacted each of the recipients via email and mail.
At UGA, academic merit scholarships have become increasingly competitive. This is mainly due to the limited funding we have for these awards and the high number of extremely capable students who now gain University of Georgia admission.
Always continue to search for scholarship opportunities, whether or not you have been awarded a scholarship from Undergraduate Admissions Office. Search your academic major for scholarships online. Use our web site and the Office of Student Financial Aid web site to search for external scholarship opportunities. Also, remember to look for local scholarship opportunities for students in your home community.
If you have been selected for any of our Academic Merit awards, congratulations! Please be sure to read your offer letter carefully. Keep it for your records. In this letter you will see what requirements you must maintain to renew your scholarship each succeeding year and, in general, how much the scholarship is worth in relation to your overall costs.