Sources of Aid

Federal Student Aid is money provided by the Federal Government to help students pay for college.  To apply for Federal Student Aid, students are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also referred to as the FAFSA.

Available Federal Financial Aid programs:

  • Federal Pell Grant

  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants

  • Federal College Work Study

  • Federal Direct Student Loans –

  • Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loans –

The state of Georgia provides several different programs to aid state residents with the cost of a college education.

Available programs for Georgia Residents:

  • Merit-based HOPE Scholarship for students attending a private college or university

  • Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GTEG) for residents of Georgia attending a private college or university

  • Student Access Loan Program (SAL) - This program provides a low interest loan to eligible Georgia students who have unmet financial need.

More information on these grants and loans can be found  All students applying for State Aid programs must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid at


Academic Scholarships

  • Margaret Adger Pitts Scholarship  (full room, board and tuition)

  • AndrewServes Servant Leadership Scholarship

Athletic Scholarships

  • Baseball

  • Women’s Basketball

  • Women's Fast Pitch Softball

  • Men’s Golf

  • Men’s Soccer

  • Women's Soccer

  • Women’s Volleyball

Fine and Performing Arts Scholarships

  • Art

  • Choral

  • Piano

  • Theatre/Drama

Departmental Scholarships

  • Andrew College Digital Network

  • Athletic Training

  • Sport Management

United Methodist Scholarships

 Need-Based Assistance Programs

  • Tiger Grants

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