Our goal is to make continuing education available to you! We want to ensure you have all the resources you need for financial assistance for Professional Development courses over $500. Please note that courses offered by the Division of Continuing Education are not eligible for academic credit or financial aid through Georgia Southern University.
For professional training and trade certificate courses. Get the money you need, plus features that can help make your education possible. A career training student loan can help you build credit, and Sallie Mae will help you track it with free access to your FICO® Scores, updated quarterly.
Military spouses may be eligible for $4,000 in scholarship funds from the Military Spouse Career Advancement Account program (MyCAA), through the Department of Defense.
Army Credentialing Program
Together with Federal Tuition Assistance and Army Credentialing Assistance, soldiers may receive up to $4,000 total per fiscal year to cover costs for eligible credentials.
Veteran Readiness and Employment
Georgia Southern’s Division of Continuing Education is committed to serving military service members and their families by offering a range of professional development programs that are eligible for funding through the Veteran Readiness and Employment program. To find more information about this program and to see if you are eligible visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides support to individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, or dislocated to develop training skills in order to gain meaningful employment. More information on eligible providers, training programs, and how to apply can be found at Work Source Georgia.
Truist can help you obtain personal loans for non-credit courses.
108 Springhill Dr., Statesboro, GA 30458
Durden Banking Co
Durden Banking Co can help you obtain personal loans for non-credit courses.
318 S Main St, Swainsboro, GA 30401
Last updated: 4/12/2021