ATLANTA — Georgia high school students will be able to apply to dozens of colleges and universities across the state for free in November.
November marks Apply to College Month, and the Georgia Student Finance Commission has partnered with the state’s college and technical system, several private institutions, and the Georgia Military College to offer application fee waivers.
More than 40 colleges and universities have agreed to the initiative, waiving fees for high school students through Nov. 30.
Some schools have automatically waived fees while others require a code that can is here. Institutions such as Georgia State University and Valdosta State University are schools among the universities for high school students in Georgia to apply for free. To see a full list of schools visit the GSFC website.
“While application fees may vary from institution to institution, the cost savings for high school students who take advantage of these waivers can be significant,” Georgia Student Finance Commission President Lynne Riley said in a statement. a prepared statement.
For more information on November application fee waivers, available scholarships and the application process, please visit GAfutures.org.