Scholarships & Grants
Project Global Officer (GO) Scholarship
If you are interested in learning Arabic, Chinese, Korean or Russian during the summer semester before you start in the fall, there are Project Global Officer (GO) scholarships available. Please contact the Project GO program manager for more information. Daniela.Martinez@ung.edu
See the UNG Project GO Facebook Page
Georgia ROTC and Future Officer Grant
(for Georgia residents only)
The state of Georgia awards a grant for up to $750 at the end of each semester to Georgia residents who participate fully in the Corps of Cadets. Those Cadets who sign agreements to commission as Army officers receive up to an additional $750 per semester.
There is no need to apply for the grant prior to enrolling at the University of North Georgia. You will be given instructions on how to apply by the Commandant of Cadets after you arrive.
Green to Gold Scholarship
(for regular Army enlisted soldiers only)
The Army offers excellent opportunities for enlisted Soldiers to become officers while earning a degree at the same time. You can choose between a two year option where you remain on active duty, or a three or four year option where you can receive scholarships and stipends.
Am I eligible?
Check the Go Army Green to Gold website to determine your eligibility.
What are some of my options?
Two-year option - if you already have an associate or bachelors degree, or if you have 60 transferable semester hours of college complete.
Three or four year option - if you have less that 60 hours of transferable credit
Will my courses transfer?
Check the Course Equivalency report
I'm eligible, what do I do next?
Declare a major on your application for admission
I'm accepted, now what?
Letter of Acceptance from Professor of Military Science
Apply online for the Green to Gold Program
Follow the Green to Gold checklist in Appendix A of the Green to Gold Application.
If you are interested in receiving an Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship and commissioning into an Army reserve component, the Minuteman Scholarship provides you an excellent opportunity.
Minuteman Scholarships cover four (4) years of full tuition and fees or $10,000 for room and board as well as a monthly stipend of $300 to $500, and a yearly book allowance of $1,200. In addition, Minuteman Scholarship recipients participate in the Simultaneous Membership Program (SMP), which gives them experience with an Army reserve component unit while earning additional money for their service.
To get started or for questions, high school seniors should contact the University of North Georgia’s Recruiting Operations Officer, MAJ (Retired) Greg Killeen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-864-1884.
We must have your completed application for admission and all supporting documents prior to the deadline.
- Army ROTC Scholarship: January 10 (for new applications)
- Georgia Military Scholarship: February 1
- Leadership Scholarship: February 15