Correll Scholars


The Correll Scholars Program provides a robust collegiate experience for scholars with participation in the Freshman College Summer Experience, experiential learning grants to support learning outside the classroom, and a unique cohort-based approach to student success from start to finish. The Correll Scholars Program is a need-based scholarship program for outstanding UGA students with preference for a major in the Terry College of Business or College of Education. The scholarship is renewable for up to four years and comes with a variety of programs and resources to support student success. Each year, we welcome six new Scholars to the program. Partnerships with Terry College of Business and the College of Education ensure that students receive intentional support based on their program interests. The program was launched in Fall 2018 through a generous contribution to the Commit to Georgia campaign. Read more here.


All students who submit their financial aid application, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid  (FAFSA via UGA Office of Student Financial Aid), are automatically reviewed for eligibility for the Correll Scholars Program. The Office of Student Financial Aid will email students who are eligible to become a Correll Scholar and may request additional documents to verify their aid eligibility.


The summer before beginning their journey at UGA, incoming Scholars receive an invitation to attend Thrive at Georgia. The Thrive program fee, housing, and meal plan are paid in full for Correll Scholars, so we strongly encourage our incoming Scholars to take advantage of this unique, academic residential program. Each fall, we welcome new Scholars to campus through a Scholars Success Day and invite them to enroll in an innovative UNIV course to assist with the transition into higher education. Beyond a scholarship, the Correll Scholars Program surrounds students with major-specific resources, networking opportunities, and intentional campus partnerships across units like academic advising, experiential learning, study abroad, and career services. Program activities culminate in a Scholars reception each spring, and third and fourth-year students are invited to mentor next year’s incoming program participants.

For more information, please contact Chloe Connor in the Division of Academic Enhancement via email at