Everything you ever wanted to know about GRSP!

Composed by PDG District 6910 Gary Moore, this GRSP Primer is a superb resource
for information about the Georgia Rotary Student Program. We are grateful to Gary for
his efforts in producing this comprehensive booklet and hope you find it helpful in
answering any questions you might have about our program.

                                                                                  Read the GRSP Primer here



The two students selected for the WALES opportunity are:

Miss Angelique Constantin Soulakos 
–  Peachtree City Rotary Club / District 6900

Miss Gloria Elizabeth Briscoe – Gwinnett Sunrise Rotary Club / District 6910







What is the Georgia Rotary Student Program?
Since 1946, Rotarians in Georgia, USA, have promoted world peace through understanding by offering scholarships to international students for one year of study in Georgia colleges and universities.Georgia Rotary Clubs sponsor students recommended by a Rotary Club in their home country. The students become adopted members of a Georgia “host family,” living on-campus at the school they attend. This is a scholarship program, not an exchange! Each year, about 80 students from all over the world make friends in the United States and other nations and learn about differing cultures and life styles. Georgia Rotarians believe that “Peace is Possible” and through GRSP promote international goodwill through the bonds of friendship and understanding.

Our Scholarship Covers:

The scholarship covers one scholastic year, from August to May, and is for undergraduate study in colleges and universities located in the state of Georgia.

Our Scholarship Pays:

1. Tuition

2. Book allowance

3. Meals

4.College provided room

Applicants must provide:

1. Transportation from country to USA and return

2. Medical insurance

3. $3,000 spending money

4. Any income taxes imposed by the government on the scholarship money

FOR THE YEAR 2015-2016

Eligibility Requirements:

1. Must be 18 years but not 25 years of age by August 1 the year studies begin.

2. Have not studied in the USA.

3. Must be single and not cohabitate in any way for the duration of the scholarship.

4. Must be an undergraduate student.

5. Must meet minimum GPA requirements for the school selected to attend.

Tax Information: Please be aware that scholarship recipients may be required to pay taxes on their scholarships to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. For details, visit the IRS website