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Scholarships and Financial Aid Resources

Minority Scholarship Gateway List

  1. Graduate Fellowships For Minorities Nationwide 
  2. Coca-Cola Two Year College Scholarships 
  3. Holocaust Remembrance Scholarships 
  4. Black Alliance for Educational Options Scholarships 
  5. HBCU "Packard" Sit Abroad Scholarships (for study around the world) 
  6. Aid &Resources For Re-Entry Students 
  7. GE and LuLac Scholarship Funds 
  8. Historically Black College &University Scholarships 
  9. Actuarial Scholarships for Minority Students 
  10. International Students Scholarships &Aid Help 
  11. William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students 
  12. Ron Brown Scholar Program (major Scholarships) 
  13. Scholarships On The Net (1,500)        
  14. FastWEB Scholarship Search        
  18. McDonald's Education Scholarships (with UNCF) 
  21. Minority Health Program 
  23. AMERICAN GEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE Minority Geoscience Scholarships 
  24. Minority Scholarships (doctoral students in accounting) 
  25. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY Undergraduate Fellowships 
  26. Research Program for Women & Minorities Underrepresented in the Sciences 
  27. BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB Minority Fellowships in Academic Medicine 
  28. STATE FARM INSURANCE Achievement Scholarships 
  29. STATE FARM INSURANCE Hispanic Scholarships 
  30. McNair Scholars Program 
  31. Undergraduate Scholarships (National Institutes of Health Scholarships) 
  32. National Scholarships at all levels 
  33. Sallie Mae's free Online Scholarship
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  34. Scholarship Search 
  35. College Fund/UNCF 
  36. Baptist Scholarships 
  37. Methodist Scholarships 
  38. Intel Science Talent Search 
  39. Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarships  
  40. United States Institute of Peace - National Peace Essay Contest 
  41. American Psychological Association (APA) Scholarships and Fellowships 
  42. American Sociological Association Graduate funding 
  43. Americorps 
  44. Student Inventors Scholarships 
  45. Coca-Cola Scholarships
  46. Holocaust Remembrance Scholarships 
  47. Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships 
  48. Brand Essay Competition 
  49. Gates Millennium  Scholarships (major) 
  50. Xerox Scholarships for Students 
  51. Saul T. Wilson Scholarships (Veterinary) 
  52. Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund 
  53. FinAid: The Smart Students Guide to Financial Aid 
  54. Presidential Freedom Scholarships 
  55. Microsoft Scholarship Program 
  56. William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship for Minority Students 
  57. Guaranteed Scholarships 
  58. BOEING scholarships (some HBCU connects) 
  59. Easley National Scholarship Program 
  60. Historically Black College & University Scholarships 
  61. Actuarial Scholarships for Minority Students 
  62. International Students Scholarships & Aid Help 
  63. College Board Scholarship Search 
  64. Siemens Westinghouse Competition 
  65. GE and LuLac Scholarship Funds 
  66. Federal Scholarships & Aid Gateways 
  67. FAFSA On The Web (Your Key Aid Form & Info) 
  68. Aid & Resources For Re-Entry Students 
  69. Scholarships for Study in Paralegal Studies 
  70. INROADS internships 
  71. ACT-SO "Olympics of the Mind" Scholarships 
  72. Black Alliance for Educational Options Scholarships 
  73. ScienceNet Scholarship Listing 
  74. Graduate Fellowships For Minorities Nationwide 
  76. The Roothbert Scholarship Fund  


Federal Pell Grant - This federal grant is available to undergraduate students who have NOT received a baccalaureate degree. Eligibility is determined by the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as calculated using information provided on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Funds from this award will be divided equally between Fall and Spring semesters and will be credited to the student's account accordingly. The FAFSA may be obtained from a high school guidance counselor or from our office by calling the number on our home page. You may also complete the FAFSA on the World Wide Web. 

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) - This federal grant is awarded based on the student's EFC and the availability of funds. The Office of Student Work and Financial Aid using information from the student's FAFSA determines eligibility. This grant is available to undergraduate students who have not received a baccalaureate degree. Funding is limited and priority is given to Pell Grant recipients.

Federal Perkins Loan - This federal loan is originated by the school rather than an outside lender. It is awarded based on the student's EFC and the availability of funds. This is a long-term, low-interest (5%) loan, which enters repayment nine months after the student ceases to be enrolled at least half time. The maximum Perkins Loan is $4,000 per year for undergraduates. Funds subject to availability.

Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan - This is a low-interest loan that enters repayment six months after the student ceases to be enrolled at least half time. The term "subsidized" means the government pays the interest on the loan while the student is enrolled in school and during the six-month grace period after a student ceases to be enrolled at least half time. Freshmen may be eligible to borrow up to $2,625, sophomores up to $3,500, and juniors and seniors up to $5,500. Your may check on the status of your loan by accessing ELM Resources. 

Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan - This loan program provides financial assistance to all students regardless of income. It is very similar to the Subsidized Stafford Loan in that the repayment terms and loan limits by class standing are the same. The difference is that the student, rather than the federal government, is responsible for paying the interest on the loan while he or she is enrolled. Loan proceeds from the Unsubsidized Stafford Loan will be disbursed like the Subsidized Stafford Loan above, and the total amount of both the Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans must not be more that the annual loan limits set for the student's class standing. You may check on the status of your loan by accessing ELM Resources. 

Federal College Work-Study - This federal program provides part-time employment for eligible students. Students usually work 10 to 20 hours per week and receive a paycheck biweekly. The paycheck is made out to the student and the student chooses how to use the money. Eligibility for this program is determined by the Office of Student Work and Financial Aid and is based on demonstrated need and the availability of funds.

Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS) - This federal loan is a long-term, low-interest loan available to parents of dependent students regardless of income level. The annual loan limit is equal to the cost of attending Berry College, less any financial assistance the student is eligible to receive. This loan enters repayment 60 days after the last disbursement of each academic year. 


Hope Scholarship - Legal residents of Georgia who have achieved a "B" average in the core curriculum and have been declared a HOPE Scholar by their High School may apply for the HOPE Scholarship to attend Berry by completing the Berry College Student Data Form (SDF) and the Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant Application (GTG). Students must enroll on a full-time basis (12 or more hours) and will receive $3000 per academic year as long as eligibility requirements as defined by the Georgia Student Finance Commission are maintained. 

Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant - Legal residents of Georgia who are full-time may also be eligible to receive $927 per academic year from the Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant. Students must complete the GTG Application and the SDF.

HOPE PROMISE Scholarship - The PROMISE Teacher Scholarship Program-a component of Georgia's HOPE Scholarship Program-provides forgivable loans to high-achieving students who aspire to be teachers in Georgia public school. If you commit to teach in a Georgia public school, you will pay less for your education. For a four-year commitment, you can receive up to $3,000 for your Junior and Senior Years.
A student must:

  1. Have earned a minimum overall grade point average of 3.0 based on a 4.0 scale (including all courses taken) and be academically classified as a junior.   
  2. Be accepted for enrollment into an approved teacher education program in Georgia leading to initial certification.  

For further information on Georgia Programs go to:  


Academic - The Admission's Office awards all academic scholarships. Academic scholarships are awarded only to entering Freshmen or Transfer Students based on test scores and high school GPA or college GPA for transfer students. Applicants should complete the Student Data Form (SDF).

Athletic - Berry College offers Athletic Scholarships for men in the following sports: Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, Tennis, Cross Country, and Golf; and for women in: Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, and Cross Country. Contact the coach in your respective sport. 

Music and Theater - Scholarships are offered based on talent and interest in these areas. Prospective students should contact the appropriate school Dean for further information.

Departmental Scholarships - Some areas of study offer scholarships based on interest and past performance in those areas. These scholarships are usually awarded at the Junior or Senior level. Students are automatically considered by completing the Student Data Form (SDF). No separate Application is required. To learn more about scholarships some of the different departments offer, please click on the following links.

Communications Department   

Need Based Scholarships - Berry College offers a number of Scholarships based on Financial need after the Student has been considered for all other grants, loans and work. Students must complete all of the financial forms to be considered.

Student Work Opportunity - The College encourages all students to gain work experience while at Berry College. Most students choose to work on campus and others take advantage of off-campus work opportunities. Students who choose to work on campus are encouraged to work at least ten hours per week in one or more of over 120 types of positions on campus. Students interested in learning more about student work opportunities should contact the Work Opportunity Office or go to their Web site. 

Bonner Scholars Program - Established by The Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation of Princeton, NJ, this program supports students at 25 institutions around the country. In an attempt to integrate community service into the college experience, the Bonner Scholars Program provides a service alternative to replace the job component of a financial aid package. Bonner Scholars are selected based on financial need and interest in community service and receive a stipend through direct grants, stipends, and expense money. While in the Program, Bonner Scholars are expected to be active in service during the academic year and summers, participate in educational enrichment activities.
      For more information about the Bonner Foundation click here for their website.
      For more information about Berry's Bonner Scholars Program click here.  

The WinShape Centre Scholarship Program - was created by S. Truett Cathy, Founder and CEO of Chick-fil-A, Inc., for the purpose of "Shaping Individuals to be Winners." Approximately 125 students are in the program. They attend classes at Berry College, and are Berry students first and foremost. WinShape students receive a $24,000 tuition scholarship ($6,000/year), half paid by Berry and half by Chick-fil-A.

In order to be eligible for the scholarship, one must contact WinShape before applying to Berry College. 

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