- How much money does the HOPE scholarship give you?
- Can you get hope back if you lose it?
- How many hours will hope pay for?
- Is Hope GPA the same as institutional GPA?
- Do you have to be full time to get Hope?
- How do I know if I received the HOPE Scholarship?
- How many hours does HOPE scholarship cover?
- How many credit hours is full time?
- Is Hope considered financial aid?
- Does Zell Miller pay full tuition?
- Does Hope Scholarship pay all tuition?
- How do I regain HOPE Scholarship?

## How much money does the HOPE scholarship give you?

The initial HOPE Scholarship award amount assumes the maximum amount for which you are eligible each semester.

The HOPE award amount will be reduced if you enroll in fewer than 15 hours….Amounts:Hours Enrolled2021 HOPE Award Amount3$7682$5121$5612 more rows.

## Can you get hope back if you lose it?

Regaining Eligibility for the HOPE Scholarship Students who lose the HOPE scholarship at a 30, 60 or 90 hour checkpoint, or an End-of-Spring checkpoint may regain eligibility if they have a 3.0 at the point of attempting 60 or 90 semester hours. After a student has attempted 90 credits, he or she cannot be reevaluated.

## How many hours will hope pay for?

127HOPE will pay up to a total of 127 Attempted- or Paid-Hours towards your first undergraduate degree.

## Is Hope GPA the same as institutional GPA?

The GPA used for HOPE Scholarship is a Cumulative GPA, which means that all courses ever taken towards any Degree Program after High School Graduation are counted. The Institutional GPA that is visible in PAWS only includes courses that are applicable towards a student’s current Degree program.

## Do you have to be full time to get Hope?

Students attending private colleges and universities must be enrolled at least six (6) hours to receive an award. Students who are eligible to receive HOPE as entering freshmen may receive payment through the term during which the number of attempted (not earned) credits equal at least 30 semester or 45 quarter hours.

## How do I know if I received the HOPE Scholarship?

Q: Am I eligible for the HOPE Scholarship?A: Once GSFC receives your transcript data from your college, your My College HOPE Profile will display your academic eligibility. … Q: When will my HOPE funds be disbursed or on my account?A: Check with the financial aid office at your college.More items…

## How many hours does HOPE scholarship cover?

12 hoursStudents that meet all eligibility requirements and are attending an eligible private college or university receive a HOPE Scholarship award amount, to be applied toward standard undergraduate tuition, up to a maximum of 12 hours, based on a half-time or full-time enrollment status.

## How many credit hours is full time?

Normal full-time studying is usually 15 credit hours per semester or 30 credit hours per academic year. Some schools set a flat rate for full-time students, such that a student taking over 12 or 15 credit hours will pay the same amount as a student taking exactly 12 (or 15).

## Is Hope considered financial aid?

Federal Student Aid –Pell Grants and student loans. State Financial Aid – HOPE Scholarship and Grant programs. Institutional Financial Aid – Institutional Scholarships offered by a college. Private Financial Aid – Private Scholarships provided by businesses or other organizations.

## Does Zell Miller pay full tuition?

Award Amounts For 2020-2021, The Zell Miller Scholarship pays 100% of the total cost of in-state tuition charged. This is a maximum of $10,258 for two semesters of enrollment in 12 Zell Miller eligible credits per term.

## Does Hope Scholarship pay all tuition?

A student must also graduate with a 3.7 High School HOPE GPA and must have a score of 1200 (CR+M) on a single administration of the SAT or a 26 ACT Composite and must maintain a college cumulative GPA of a 3.3. This Scholarship will pay for 100% of tuition, including $4,000 at private colleges.

## How do I regain HOPE Scholarship?

Regaining Eligibility for the HOPE Scholarship Students who lose the HOPE scholarship at a 30, 60 or 90 hour checkpoint, or an End-of-Spring checkpoint may regain eligibility if they have a 3.0 at the point of attempting 60 or 90 semester hours. After a student has attempted 90 credits, he or she cannot be reevaluated.