Private Corporations and Individual Donors

A number of families and organizations have endowed scholarships at Bainbridge State College. Information on these scholarships may be obtained in the Office of Admissions or in the Office of Financial Aid. Students should pay close attention to deadlines.

Veterans’ Administration

Students who plan to use their educational benefits should turn in a copy of their completed form to Spencer Stewart in the Registrar’s Office. For more information, please go to our Veterans and Military Students page.

Workforce Investment Act (WIA)

The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 provides the opportunity to tailor workforce services to fit the diverse needs of employers and job seekers. Georgia’s Workforce Investment Act provides educational assistance to qualified individuals. A student who qualifies will receive aid in the form of tuition, fees, books, and supplies. Interested individuals should contact the Workforce Center, which is located in the One Stop Shop, Bainbridge State College at (229) 248-2927.

Division of Rehabilitation Services

The Division of Rehabilitation Services provides educational assistance to persons with disabilities who qualify based on economic needs. Interested individuals should contact the local Division of Rehabilitation Services office at (229)248-2480.

School Soup

Create a free account and access over 250,000 Scholarships! Visit http://www.schoolsoup.com/  to start exploring scholarship opportunities.

Financial Avenue

Financial Avenue teaches students and young consumers about smart money management and a variety of topics that affect their personal finances. Financial Avenue’s goal is simple: To empower its users with knowledge and practical tools that send them on the road to a lifetime of financial success. Visit Financial Avenue and set up an account at https://fa.financialavenue.org/.

SALT

Need help balancing work and school? Have questions about paying back your student loans? Just need a little help with your personal finances? SALT is your answer. SALT is a free, nonprofit-backed educational program that helps every student who wants a college degree to get it in a financially responsible way.  Check it out for yourself https://www.saltmoney.org/index.html.

 
 

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