The meaning of HOPE: Scholarship misses lower-income students

For most University of Georgia students, securing the HOPE or Zell B. Miller scholarships in high school was never a question. According to University System of Georgia data for fall 2015, 98 percent of in-state, first-time freshmen attending UGA received one of these scholarships. Across the state, however, it’s a different story. Read the full article on The Red & Black.

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