Students 62 and older may be eligible for a tuition waiver. Please visit details about our GSU-62 Program for additional details and requirements. In addition to the GSU-62 Program, non-traditional students are encouraged to apply for university-wide, department and external scholarship opportunities.
International students who are incoming freshman or incoming transfer students with a valid F1, F2, or H4 Visa are eligible to apply for the Campus Atlanta Scholarship, which reduces tuition from out-of-state to in-state rates. Students are still required to pay in-state tuition. Please check the Campus Atlanta Scholarship description for current minimum academic requirements. Currently enrolled international students are not eligible for the Campus Atlanta Scholarship, but may be eligible for a need-based scholarship if they are in the last semester before graduating and meet stringent guidelines demonstrating financial need. Please contact International Student & Scholar Services if you have questions about your visa status. Visit the Scholarship Resource Center to find out what additional scholarships are available or search for scholarships using the Search for Scholarships tab located to the right.
Incoming freshman and transfer students classified as out-of-state for tuition purposes are eligible to apply for the Campus Atlanta Scholarship, which reduces tuition from out-of-state to in-state rates. Students are still required to pay in-state tuition. Please check the Campus Atlanta Scholarship description for current minimum academic requirements. The Campus Atlanta Scholarship covers the out-of-state tuition portion for non-Georgia residents and is awarded based on academic merit. Typically incoming freshmen must have at least a 3.5 GPA and SAT score of 1200 (considering math and verbal/critical reading scores only) or an ACT Composite score of at least 27. Transfer students with at least 30 credit hours must have at least a 3.5 GPA.
Transient students are only eligible for aid offered at their home institution.
Due to federal and state laws, undocumented students are not eligible for federal or state funding. Eligibility for privately-funded scholarships is dependent on the stipulations of the donor. Please be aware of the new Admissions standards adopted by the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia.
Incoming freshman are eligible for the Goizueta Scholarship. Please check the Goizueta Scholarship description for current minimum academic requirements. In addtion, Georgia State University also offers the Special Needs Latino Scholarship Fund for outstanding students, first-in-family Latinos to attend college for whom Spanish is a first language or students who demonstrate a strong interest for and familiarity with the Latino culture. Please check the Special Needs Latino Scholarship Fund description for requiresments and the application deadline. Latino students are also encouraged to contact the Latino Services and Outreach office for the contact information of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund student coordinator on campus and for further information on additional funding sources.