EGSC Correll Scholars Program applications due March 15

The East Georgia State College Correll Scholars Program was established in 2014 by Ada Lee Correll and the late Pete Correll to prepare exceptionally promising students for the future as community leaders in the region. Students are selected for the scholarship based on demonstrated scholarship, leadership, and service, participants will take a one-hour credit course each semester that focuses on issues and challenges facing the region and work collaboratively to design solutions for those challenges. Students will also participate in service leadership programs and act as ambassadors for the college.

For more information, contact Michael Wernon at To read more about qualifications and to apply for the scholarship, visit

Applications for the 2022-2023 Correll Scholars Scholarship Program are due by March 15, 2022.

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