GGU Scholars Award

Providing access to a high-quality education is one of the cornerstones of GGU’s mission. GGU understands that the last 18 months have brought on various challenges, and many of us have re-examined our careers and want to make a change going forward. GGU wants to partner with you to achieve your goals in 2022! To this end, GGU is offering a limited number of GGU Scholars Award for students starting in the Spring 2022 trimester who need assistance to pay their tuition! 

The GGU Scholars Award is available for up to the total cost of tuition for eligible students who need assistance. Eligibility will be determined by the information provided to us with your scholarship application and information received from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This scholarship may not be combined with any other GGU tuition grants, scholarships, or specially priced programs. Funding is limited and will be awarded on a first-come basis - please apply early.

Who is Eligible
  1. New students to GGU needing assistance to pay their tuition and wanting to finish or start their bachelor’s degree in these programs:

Application Process

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS: Contact an enrollment counselor at or 415-442-7800 or request more information here.

APPLY FOR THE SCHOLARSHIP: Apply here. Application deadline is 11:59 pm on February 4, 2022.

Other Available Resources

GGU Extended Payment Plan

GGU is offering an extended payment plan for those students who need it. For more information, email:

Federal Financial Aid

Federal Aid, grants and/or loans are available to US Citizens or eligible noncitizens to assist students with their tuition, books and living/housing expenses, regardless of their income. The application process is easy and can be completed online.

To determine your eligibility, please complete the following forms as soon as possible:

For assistance with financial aid, please contact our office by calling (415) 442-7270, email us at, join our zoom hour Monday-Thursday from 11 am to 12 noon (meeting ID 415 442 7270) or make an individual appointment here.

ED Guidance on Reporting of Student Grants