The Dalton State Foundation provides scholarship opportunities for students currently enrolled or first-time entering freshmen who have been accepted to Dalton State College. The Foundation’s online application is at www.scholarships.daltonstate.edu.
The Georgia HERO (Helping Educate reservists and their Offspring) Scholarship Program provides scholarship assistance to members of the Georgia National Guard and Reservists who served in combat zones on or after May 30, 2005. The HERO Scholarship also provides scholarships for dependents of Georgia Guard and Reserve members who meet the definition above.
Students who feel they qualify for this scholarship must complete Part A of the Hero Scholarship application and submit the completed application and all requested documentation to the Dalton State Financial Aid Office. When your application is complete, the Financial Aid Office completes section B of the application and submits it to the Georgia Student Finance Commission regarding eligibility status.
Law Enforcement personnel Dependent Grants of $2,000 per year are available for dependents of Georgia law enforcement officers, firefighters, or prison guards who are totally disabled or killed in the line of duty. More information and an application are available on the gacollege411 website.
The Georgia Public Safety memorial Grant is available to the son or daughter of a Georgia law enforcement officer, firefighter or prison guard who was permanently disabled or killed in the line of duty. This program is funded by the Georgia Lottery for Education and covers the student's Cost of Attendance minus other aid received, including the aw Enforcement Personnel dependents Grant. More information and the application are available on the gacollege411 website.
The Dalton State College Financial Aid Office keeps an online list of scholarship opportunities that our office has received information about. This list is updated as we receive new scholarship information, so be sure to visit the site frequently.
NEVER pay anyone to find scholarships for you. With a few hours of research, you can generally find as much, if not more, information on your own. search free national scholarship databases at www.finaid.org, www.fastweb.com, www.schoolsoup.com, and www.scholarshipexperts.com. Don't forget to research scholarship opportunities at Roberts Library as well.