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Doug Williams, Eddie G. Robinson, and More Recognized at the 45th Bayou Classic Coaches Luncheon

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Repost from gsutigers.com

Grambling State University student-athletes and notable alumni were recognized for accomplishments in scholarship, service, and lifetime achievement the 45th Bayou Classic Coaches Luncheon. Continue reading

Register Today! GSU’s Next High School Day, February 16, 2019

It’s never too early to start the path to become a Tiger! This Spring Grambling State will welcome thousands of families, prospective students, and leaders to its 2019 Spring High School Day – February 16.

Graphic-square-highschoolday-s19High School day is a high-energy, day-long opportunity to experience college. Students from high schools across the state and nation will get to experience: Continue reading

Grambling State Launches New Mobile App

Smartphone application brings news, events, and students services to iOS and Android devices.

Whether you’re a current student, future student, faculty member, or alumni, Grambling State’s new mobile application makes it easy to get engaged with Grambling State.

Click the G or Visit www.gram.edu/mobile

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Grambling State Summer Enrollment Jumps to 1,527

The University’s 10 percent enrollment increase builds on 5-year record & big summer news

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GRAMBLING, LA — June 12, 2018 ‑‑ Today, Grambling State University announced that the campus continues to see enrollment growth, with a 10 percent year-over-year jump in enrollment as of its Summer I 2018 certification date.

The University’s certified enrollment report showed 1,527 students enrolled, up from 1,391 students at the close of certification the previous year. The jump follows the University reaching a 5-year enrollment high of 5,188 students for the Fall of 2018.

“We’re excited about this continuous campus growth,” said GSU Provost, Dr. Ellen D. Smiley. “We welcome every new Tiger and are encouraged to see both traditional and non-traditional students leveraging the summer semester to get closer to graduation.”

The summer progress comes just weeks after the University launched a series of key partnerships with Adidas, the New Louisiana Angel Fund 2, and breaking ground on new construction with its intramural center expansion projects. 

“The momentum from the fall and spring is still building,” said GSU’s President Rick Gallot. “Students and faculty alike are using the time to get ahead and really innovate.”

One example of this forward movement is in the University’s Sponsored Programs office, which was recently awarded $2.2 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to grow the University’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) programming and enrollments.

In addition to the summer academic activity, the University’s campus is also home to more than 20 summer programs for youth, adults, and incoming students. These programs, which are coordinated by the Office of Continuing Education and Service-Learning,  include popular academic sessions on robotics, student leadership, and technology.

This year’s programs also feature popular GSU hosts Men’s Basketball Coach Donte Jackson, the Ben Jobe National Coach of the Year; big data expert, Dr. Yenumula Reddy; and GSU’s World Famed Tiger Marching Band. 

For more information on summer programs and activities, follow Grambling State University on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

 

4 Summer Scholarship & Financial Aid Tips

By GSU Media Burea

BAdobeStock_69727847-300efore you get busy this summer, don’t forget to secure cash you need to get to the graduation finish line. Check these smart to-do’s off your list to win a rare scholarship and get a head start on funding for the fall,

  1. Finish Your FAFSA (if you haven’t)

Many grants and other funding help are awarded on a first-come first-serve basis. Don’t miss the opportunity to maximize your financial help. Complete your 2018-2019 FAFSA immediately to find out your funding opportunities for next year. The application can be completed at www.fafsa.ed.gov.

  1. Submit Missing Documents

Are you sure your application and award are complete? If not, download these instructions (link coming) to make sure you don’t miss out on getting help or loans to cover your balance this Fall.  Check out Steps to Review Your Financial Aid.

 

  1. Ask Beyoncé & Google for $25,000 (by May 31)

We’re happy to announce applications are available the Formation scholarship we all heard about after Coachella. Visit our “scholarships” section at gram.edu/finaid/ to learn more. 

 

  1. Complete Your Summer Financial Aid Applications

Did you know there’s a chance that your Pell Grant could assist with the cost of Summer classes? You can find out more once you’ve submitted your Summer financial aid applications. Forms are available at gram.edu/finaid/.