The entering Freshman Academic Scholarship Committee meets weekly. All scholarship offers are sent to the JSU Gamecock Email (GEM) account. Please monitor your JSU GEM account for important messages from our office which will only be sent to your JSU GEM account. You can log on to your account by selecting this link: http://www.jsu.edu/ and then select the GEM tab at the top of the screen. Your logon information is reflected on your JSU Admissions letter. Also, the results are posted to our Facebook Page. Connect with JSU Scholarships Find us on Facebook Martin at Jacksonville St
The General Scholarship Committee will convene in April 2015 to make selection of recipients to open scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year. Consideration will be made for the general scholarships listed on your submitted application. Students will receive notification of the status of their application around the first week of May through their JSU GEM account.Out-of-State JSU scholarship recipients: If you qualify and accept a JSU scholarship, you will be automatically eligible for the in-state tuition rate. Over the course of four years, this has the potential to save you more than $27,168!
The JSU Presidential Scholarship. The scholarship will pay 12 in-state traditional classroom tuition hours for the Fall and for the Spring Semesters and is renewable for 1 additional year, total of 48 semester hours. To apply for this scholarship, select the Listing & Application tab on the left side of this screen and check the JSU Presidential Transfer Scholarship box.
Questions concerning the JSU Scholarship program or scholarship application(s) can be addressed to Martin Weldon or Rhonda Noah at firstname.lastname@example.org or (256) 782-8385.
Always include your JSU Student ID number in your correspondence. Our office is located in Room 105, Bibb Graves Hall.
Most scholarships are based on the applicant's academic or extracurricular record, while some are based on demonstrated financial need. Students must complete a scholarship application to be considered for those scholarships listed on the University Scholarship listing. Those requesting scholarships based on need should also submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The quickest way to apply is online.
Remember: March 1, 2015, is the deadline to apply. In order to receive any scholarship you must be unconditionally accepted, and have submitted an application, official test scores, and any supporting documentation as required by the specific scholarship.