Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant

  • How to Apply: If you think you may be HOPE eligible, apply by completing the current-year FAFSA at each year you want to be considered for federal and state aid.  If you wish to receive the HOPE scholarship only, you may complete the state application, the GSFAPP, at  and submit the Georgia Hope Scholarship/GTEG Supplemental Residency Form to the Financial Aid Office.  Please complete all sections of the form and submit the documents requested on the form.  Once these documents are approved, they will satisfy the application requirements for state aid as long as you attend Emory.
  • The Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GTEG) program provides non-repayable grants to eligible Georgia residents enrolled full-time who are attending approved private colleges in Georgia.
  • The student must have graduated from an eligible high school a minimum of 12 months prior to the first term the grant is received. If the student did not graduate from an eligible high school, the student must establish residency 24 months prior to receiving the grant.
  • These grants are not based on need and reduce other full tuition awards you receive.
  • The annual award amount is $475 per semester.