MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL AID
Our mission in the Financial Aid Office is to assist you and your family in affording the cost of your college education. This is accomplished through the awarding of grants, loans, and student work programs and by providing you with a supportive and comfortable environment where counselors are willing to work with you in obtaining the necessary funds you may need to attend EGSC. My staff and I are dedicated to this mission and will be available to assist you throughout your college career here at EGSC.
We have outlined the various types of Financial Aid programs available at EGSC on the Financial Aid Website. Our Financial Aid Website is designed to inform you of some general policies and guidelines that govern the various aid programs. We encourage you to read this guide and become familiar with its contents. We want you to be informed and become an advocate for yourself so that you will be able to reach your educational goals here at EGSC, as well as receive the maximum financial aid that is available to you.
If you need further assistance in the completion of applications, or if you have questions or comments regarding the application process, your awards, or the service you receive, please feel free to contact either myself or any one of the below listed counselors.
Best wishes for a successful year.
EGSC SCHOOL CODE: 010997
Application Priority Deadlines
- Fall Semester: June 1
- Spring Semester: October 1
- Summer Semester: March 1
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We are pleased that you are interested in pursuing your education with East Georgia State College.
The Financial Aid Office can help you reach your educational goals by providing financial resources to do so. Our goal is to meet individual needs in a timely, efficient, and equitable manner by providing students with exceptional service and up to date information.
*More than 80% of East Georgia State College's undergraduate students receive either institutional, state, or federal aid. Programs range from merit-based to need-based awards. Awards come in the forms of grants, scholarships, including Georgia's HOPE Scholarship, employment opportunities, and student loans.