Graduate Student Scholarships
The College of Education offers scholarships that are available to graduate students. Current students can log in to MyGeorgiaSouthern and click the MyScholarships link. Click here for a PDF with step-by-step instructions on how to complete your MyScholarships application. The application is good for one year. Students may log in and make updates to the application at any time. If at any time you have questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Admissions by calling 912-478-5391, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the name of the College of Education scholarship below for more specific information. All of the scholarships below are listed in the MyScholarship portal.
Bazemore-Fetzer-Hagan Memorial Scholarship (T&L)
The Bazemore-Fetzer-Hagan Memorial Scholarship.
The Bazemore-Fetzer-Hagan Memorial Scholarship was named in memory of Mrs. Connie Bazemore Scott, Mrs. Kate Scott Fetzer, and Mrs. Elise Scott Hagan. Applicants to the scholarship must be teaching in the public school systems of Screven or Effingham Counties. Applicants must be Georgia residents and hold current state teacher’s certification. Applicants must be accepted to graduate school and must be pursuing a graduate degree in education. Preference will be given to applicants teaching in the public schools of Screven, Effingham, Bulloch, Jenkins, Evans, Candler, Tattnall, Liberty, Bryan or Long counties.
Dr. Malcolm Katz Memorial Scholarship (LTHD)
Dr. Malcolm Katz Memorial Scholarship
The Dr. Malcolm Katz Memorial Scholarship was established in 2000 by Mrs. Alice J. Katz in memory of her husband. Dr. Katz was born in New York City and reared in Newark, N.J. After serving in the Navy during World War II, he received a bachelor of science in biology from Rutgers University and a master’s and doctoral degrees from Columbia University. He started his career in Schenectady, N.Y., as an assistant principal at Linton High School and then as an associate professor at Union College. He also formerly served as assistant superintendent of schools in Ridgewood, N.J.; superintendent of schools in East Lansing, Mich., and Oak Park, Mich.; and deputy superintendent of Public Instruction for the state of Michigan. In 1983, he joined the faculty of the College of Education at Georgia Southern University, initially as a professor and later served as a professor emeritus. A nationally-known writer and lecturer of educational topics, Katz served in 1993 as president of the Horace Mann League, an organization committed to the advancement of free public education. Students applying for the Dr. Malcolm Katz Memorial Scholarship must be pursuing a graduate degree in public school administration.
Dr. John Suddath Hall Memorial Scholarship (LTHD)
Dr. John Suddath Hall Memorial Scholarship
The John Suddath Hall Memorial Scholarship was established in 2007 by Mrs. Gertrude C. Hall in memory of her husband. John Hall was a 1966 alum of Georgia Southern, receiving his Masters degree in Education. The scholarship is available to graduate students within the College of Education who are seeking a degree in Educational Administration. Preference should be given to applicants who are currently employed in the education field and are working while pursuing the degree.
Dr. Bryan Deever Memorial Scholarship (CFR)
Dr. Bryan Deever Memorial Scholarship
The Dr. Bryan Deever Memorial Scholarship was established in 2001. Dr. Deever was a professor of Curriculum, Foundations and Reading within the College of Education. One of Dr. Deever’s most lasting contributions to Georgia Southern University was the creation of the Doctoral program in Curriculum Studies. The scholarship is available to students pursuing an Ed. D. in Curriculum Studies.
Centennial Graduate Education Scholarship
The Centennial Graduate Education Scholarship
The Centennial Graduate Education Scholarship was established in 2008 to benefit graduate level students within the College of Education. The scholarship is available to students seeking a graduate degree in Education. The recipient may major in any teaching, leadership or service field. Recipient should be an active member in a professional educational organization and have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale.)
Other graduate-level scholarships and grant programs
- See the Office of Financial Aid for information on other scholarships and grants.
- Graduate Student Professional Development Fund (GSPDF): Travel Grants and Research Grants
- COE Travel Grant 2019-20-Form
- TEACH Grant program.
Last updated: 8/26/2019