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STATE AID

Georgia state aid is based on Georgia residency, first and foremost. There are two basic types of state aid. They are the GTEG (Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant) and the HOPE Scholarship.

GTEG (Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant)

The GTEG is based on full-time enrollment (12 or more hours per semester) and Georgia residency. GTEG rates for 2012-2013 are not currently available, but the current rates for 2011-2012 are $350 per semester.

HOPE Scholarship

The HOPE Scholarship is based on academic scholarship and is determined by a student's high school or home school transcript. When a student graduates, a copy of their transcript is provided to the GSFC (Georgia Student Finance Commission) and the GSFC determines a student's HOPE Scholarship eligiblity. HOPE Scholarship rates for 2012-2013 are not currently available, but the current rates for 2011-2012 are $1800 per semester for a full-time student (12+ hours) and $900 per semester for a part-time student (6 - 11 hours).

Each BPC student applying for GTEG and HOPE must provide BPC with a copy of his or her Georgia drivers license. A dependent student must also provide a copy of the first two pages of the 2010 Georgia State Income Tax Return(GA400) filed by his or her parent/guardian. An independent student must provide a copy of the first two pages of his or her 2010 Georgia State Income Tax Return (GA400).

HOPE Scholarship & Learning Assistance Courses

If you take a learning assistance course(s), HOPE Scholarship will not pay for the course(s). For example, if a student registers for 12 hours and has a learning support class which is 4 hours, HOPE would only pay for 8 hours, or the half time rate of $900. Also, beginning Fall term 2011, learning support courses taken will no longer count toward HOPE hours attempted. However, Learning Support coursework taken and/or accepted for degree credit prior to the Fall 2011 term still counts toward hours attempted and in the HOPE GPA calculation.

HOW TO APPLY

In order to apply for HOPE and GTEG, a student must visit www.gacollege411.org and complete the Georgia Scholarship/Grant Application (GSFAPPS).

 

 

Apply online for financial aid

Financial Aid Office
Brewton-Parker College
P.O. Box 2018, HWY 280
Mount Vernon, GA 30445

1-800-342-1087;
extension 3215
1-912-583-3215

Office hours:
Monday - Thursday:
7:30 AM to 6 PM

finaid@bpc.edu

Financial Aid at Brewton Parker College
Brewton-Parker College | Located on U.S. 280 at 201 David-Eliza Fountain Circle, P. O. Box 197, Mount Vernon, GA 30445
with a site in Newnan
912-583-2241, 1-800-342-1087
Get directions to the main campus.
Contact Technology Services if you have any comments, questions or issues.

The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.
 
Brewton-Parker College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Brewton-Parker College.
 
Updated on: June 6, 2012 2:56 PM