To apply to the Equine Scholars Program, students must:
- fill out a Georgetown College application
- fill out an Equine Scholars Application┬á(click here to access our online application)
- submit both applications with supporting materials to Georgetown College by February 1 of your senior year in high school.
The applications and letter should be submitted to Georgetown College by February 1 of the studentÔÇÖs senior year in high school.
Students with a non-traditional education are encouraged to apply and should contact the admissions office for application requirements.
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Students accepted into the Equine Scholars Program receive a $1,000 scholarship. Scholarships are renewable annually if students remain in good standing with both the Program and the College. Applicants are also encouraged to apply for outside, horse-related scholarships and grants, which are offered by a variety of breed and discipline associations. The Equine Scholars Program will match each approved equine scholarship (up to $1,000) that is awarded to an Equine Scholar in good standing with the Program and College.
Equine Scholars may participate in any of Georgetown College’s academic programs. Current scholars are pursuing coursework in
- Political Science
- Environmental Science
- Exercise Science