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The University offers a comprehensive program of financial aid which includes grants, scholarships, assistantships, and loans. There are numerous scholarships targeted at select groups of students (for example, there is one limited to students from Liberty County). Be sure to review them all–you might qualify! For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office.

Fodor Scholarship Fund

Established in 1995, this scholarship memorializes the life and accomplishments of Gary Fodor. Born in 1955, Fodor was a Savannah native who attended Savannah High School. During his tenure as a professor at Armstrong, Fodor established the Armstrong Hispanic Society and aided in the planning of Savannah’s Quincentennial Celebration in 1992. He also established the Inter-Collegiate English and Foreign Language Oratorical Competition. This scholarship is available to an Armstrong student who is majoring or minoring in Spanish and needs tuition assistance or wishes to travel abroad. Preference will be given to those with unmet financial need.

Zoltan Farkas Studies Abroad Scholarship

Deadline: February 28

Dr. Zoltan Farkas (1918-2002), a native of Hungary who emigrated to the United States, was the first head of the Department of Foreign Languages, established in 1955. His son, Dr. Stephen Farkas, established a scholarship to honor the “father” of foreign languages at Georgia Southern.

If you wish to make a contribution to the Zoltan Farkas Student Abroad Scholarship, contact the University Foundation (478-5163). The appropriate account number is 3360.

Spanish Travel Scholarship

Deadline: February 28

If you wish to make a contribution to the Spanish Travel Scholarship, contact the University Foundation (478-5163). The appropriate account number is 3350.

Eagles Abroad Stipends

Click on the button below to read the information about the stipends.

KF&B Law Academic Scholarship

Even though the KF&B Academic Scholarship is not a Georgia Southern Scholarship, it is a scholarship open to U. S. residents. The scholarship was created to assist students as they continue their educational journey. Click on the button below to learn more about the scholarship and to read the guidelines and application process.

Corinne Jeannine Schillings Foundation Scholarship

The Foundation supports college women in learning about other cultures through the study of languages and study abroad. The Academic Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates who have attained the Girl Scout Silver or Gold Award, and who plan to/are currently majoring/minoring in a foreign language at a four-year college/university. The Travel Scholarship to Study Abroad also supports undergraduates that have attained Silver or Gold Award Girl Scouts who plan to study abroad, regardless of their major/minor.

Last updated: 3/30/2022