Scholarships

Georgian Court University and its students are fortunate to benefit from the generosity of many individuals and organizations. Visit http://www.georgian.edu/scholarships/ for more information, a listing of available scholarships, or to apply for a donor-funded scholarship. 

Note: Dates and funding amounts are subject to change without notice. A scholarship may be substituted with other institutional funds; this will not change the total amount awarded.

Anne E. Davis-Smith Endowed Scholarship
An award in the amount of $4,000–$4,500 each available to students in good academic standing.

Buckelew Family Endowed Scholarship
An award in the amount of $2,500–$3,000 available to a student in good academic standing with proven financial need.

Eleanor Mary Weisbrod Graduate Endowed Scholarship
An award available to graduate students who have displayed academic excellence in the graduate school in any field.

Joseph T. McGovern Scholarship
An award in the amount of $5,500–$6,000 available to a student with proven financial need.

Mary Casey Nebus Ph.D. Grant
An award in the amount of $300 each available to female students, at least 30 years of age, with leadership potential who are committed to philanthropy. Recipients should be graduate students in STEM or Nursing programs and have a minimum GPA of 3.50.

Monmouth-Ocean Development Council Education Foundation Scholarship
An award in the amount of $500 available to a full-time student who is a resident of Monmouth or Ocean County. The recipient must have attended high school in Ocean or Monmouth County and have a minimum GPA of 3.00.

Paul DeLaurentis Perpetual Scholarship
An award in the amount of $2,000–$5,000 available to a student with proven financial need.

Peter DeLaurentis Perpetual Scholarship
An award in the amount of $2,000–$5,000 available to a student with proven financial need.

Sister Mary Joseph Cunningham Memorial Scholarship
An award in the amount of $3,000–$3,500 available to a student with proven financial need.