Each year, more than 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students benefit from university scholarships totaling more than $3 million. Typical scholarship awards range in value from $100 to $5,000 in academic year support and include both merit- and need-based opportunities. Each award is made possible by our generous donors who understand the value a scholarship represents in making college affordable and equipping students to achieve their goals.
Students who may benefit from need-based scholarships should also consider completing the Free Application for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) since data from the FAFSA is used to verify eligibility for need-based financial scholarships.
College of Education and Health Professions Scholarships
Teacher Education Application Deadline: February 15, 2024
Submit Teacher Education applications to
Jean Partridge at firstname.lastname@example.org until December 22, 2023
After December 22, please submit to Talley Dentzau at email@example.com
- Aflac Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Anne Dougherty Pergl Altrusa Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- CPE Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Dr. Frances M. Duncanc and Richard L. Duncan Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Dr. Kimberly Scott Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Kinetic Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Mildred H. Hollinshead Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Ophelia Fleming Alsobrook Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Paul and Miriam Witt Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Purcell Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Tina Jones Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Virginia Pekor Culpepper Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
- Wine and Spirits Teacher Education Scholarship (PDF)
College of Letters and Sciences Scholarships
- Carlton M. & Constance Johnson Scholarship Application
- College of Letters and Sciences Summer Scholarship Application
- Georgia Power Foundation Scholarship Application
- Hart Family Scholarship Application
- James Madison Rutledge III Scholarship Application
- Marguerite and Lamar Smith Fellowship for Writers
- Prem and Neelam Virmani Scholarship Application
- Terracon Foundation Scholarship Application
- Terry Irvin Book Scholarship Application
- Yarber-Allen Endowed Scholarship Application
CSU participates in the Hope and Zell Miller scholarship programs and the Hope Grant program. More information about these is available on the Georgia Student Finance Commission website.
Students may qualify for third-party scholarships through companies, foundations, civic and religious organizations, their parents'/family's employers, and their own employer's tuition benefits. High school counselors, GAfutures and other free internet sites are excellent resources for researching and applying for these opportunities. Please note that third-party scholarships may factor into your overall eligibility for financial aid and Columbus State-based university scholarships.