Students who meet all eligibility requirements will receive a student-specific
award amount to be applied toward tuition, mandatory fees, plus a book allowance.
Some course related fees, such as malpractice insurance, course-specific supplies,
and transportation, are not covered.
MOWR students must complete the financial aid application for each term of attendance. For assistance with completing the funding application, directions are provided
- Students attending a public or private high school should log into https://www.gafutures.org/ and complete the MOWR (financial aid) application
online. If you do not have a GAfutures account, then you will need to create
- Students attending a home study program must complete the
MOWR paper (financial aid) application and do not need to set up a GAfutures
The MOWR program is not HOPE funded. Therefore, the credits earned in the MOWR program
do not count against the HOPE credit hour cap following graduation from high school.
Financial aid questions can be directed to the Office of Financial Aid at 770-533-7022