Honors Savannah Scholars
Join the Honors Savannah Scholars and make historic Savannah, Georgia your classroom!
Want to experience life in one of America’s most beautiful and historic cities and create networks that will enrich your studies and career? The Honors Savannah Scholars Program brings together a select group of students on Georgia Southern’s Armstrong Campus who want to understand Savannah’s history, economy and culture through coursework and active engagement with community partners.
$2,000 annual scholarship
renewable for up to eight semesters
Explore the area and make community connections.
Hands-on opportunities in Savannah, Chatham County and the coastal low country.
Savannah, Georgia has the fourth busiest port in the nation, serves as the medical hub of the region, and draws visitors from all over the world who enjoy its vibrant arts and music scene. Make Savannah your classroom as you learn hands-on about a variety of subjects from American history to wetlands ecology to the logistics of commerce. Learning in small classes with the support of academic and professional mentors, Savannah Scholars will develop close connections that will last a lifetime.
Application and Requirements
Deadline: February 1, 2023
Select this program when applying to the Honors College. Open to all majors.
Students selected for the program will benefit from:
- Co-curricular activities, including active engagement with local community partners. Make community connections that will benefit students long after graduation.
- $2,000 annual scholarship renewable for up to eight semesters.
To be considered, students must meet the priority deadline for Fall 2023 freshman applications: February 1, 2023. Incoming freshmen who plan to start in the Fall 2023 semester can find more details about applying at the link below.
When you apply, you will be required to respond to this essay prompt: What draws you to attending college in Savannah? How might the immersive experience of living and studying in Savannah affect your learning and growth?
Last updated: 11/29/2022