Student Resources

Many organizations provide resources for outstanding and merited students.  Students are encouraged to check with their own college or university, as well as area not-for-profits that may offer grants and/or scholarships.  National and regional organizations may also be sources of funding.

Click here for information about the Southern Criminal Justice Association’s Outstanding Student Awards.  Their awards include:

  • Tom Barker Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award
  • Outstanding Masters Student
  • Outstanding Doctoral Student, and
  • Outstanding Student Poster Award

Click here for information about the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences’ (ACJS) Awards, including:

  • Minorities and Women Section Esther Madriz Student Travel Awards
  • Minorities and Women Section Roslyn Muraskin Student Travel Awards, and
  • Affirmative Action Student Scholarship Mini-Grant Travel Awards

Click here for information about the American Criminal Justice Association’s Scholastic Honors Awards.

Click here for information about the the American Society of Criminology’s awards.

Georgia high school seniors who are United States citizens graduating by the spring of the current academic year or any Georgia student currently enrolled in a school of accredited higher education located in Georgia is eligible to apply for a COAG scholarship.  Click here for details about the COAG scholarship.