Applications for 2024 Scholarships closed on 31 October 2023. Next Fall will be the next time to apply.

(In-State colleges of engineering will be notified when)

Georgia Engineering Foundation is pleased to offer scholarships to freshman, upperclassmen, and graduate students who are residents of Georgia and attending eligible engineering, engineering technology and construction management programs. Eligible programs include current ABET- accredited undergraduate and graduate engineering/engineering technology programs and ACCE accredited construction management programs.

For more information regarding accreditation requirements,
see the Frequently Asked Questions link below and/or the Resources directory per link above.


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Before applying, all applicants are required to read and accept an applicant release form.


Program accreditation is a key consideration by the Georgia Engineering Foundation to allow comparison of academic performance between colleges and university programs.


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You are required to complete all questions on the online application before you can submit. Text boxes will expand to accommodate the text as needed. Please make sure to use punctuation to separate content for reviewers. Please do not use bullets, arrows or other “special” characters within your text as these can be misinterpreted by the online application software and could result in loss of information.

Required Material

A complete application includes providing additional materials in addition to the application. The application and additional materials must be submitted utilizing the online submittal process. This process allows for the uploading of the required additional materials with the application and avoids the potential that application materials could become separated or lost.

To take advantage of the online application process, please prepare the electronic files before initiating the application so that they can be uploaded along with your application. Below is a listing of the additional materials that are required to be submitted:

  • All candidates must submit a photo. This can be a casual photo in jpg format and can be electronically uploaded in the application.
  • All applicants are required to submit a transcript. Incoming freshman should submit a scanned version of their official high school transcript. Upper classman and graduate students can provide an unofficial transcript with their initial application. If shortlisted for a scholarship, upper classman and graduate applicants will be asked to bring a copy of their most recent official transcript with them to the interview.
  • Entering freshmen should note that SAT or ACT scores are required to be indentified as part of the application. Confirmation of score results may be included in your high school transcript, but if not included there, the scores must be uploaded as an additional material submission. If scores are not provided on your high school transcript, please upload a PDF or scanned copy of the scores you received from your school or the testing agency. Scores will be verified prior to awards. Should you have any questions regarding SAT scores, contact
  • Incoming freshmen are also required to provide the names and email addresses of three references.


If a mistake is discovered after the application is electronically submitted, a new application can be submitted following the same online process. Note that if multiple applications are received, Georgia Engineering Foundation will consider the initial applications superseded and will only consider the last application received.

Upon submittal, the applicant will receive an email confirming the successful submission of their application.


Contact the Scholarship Chair
Peyton Lingle


Contact the GEF President
John Prien

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