To support its most promising scholars, the College of Education and Human Development has established the Green and Gold Scholars program, funded by annual donations to the college. Each prestigious and competitive Green and Gold Scholars Scholarship will be offered to a qualified incoming freshman of exceptional promise who combines financial need with strong academic merit, community service, and leadership ability.
By making a meaningful commitment to give $2,500 annually for four consecutive years (a total of $10,000), you will personally create a Green and Gold Scholars Scholarship. You can choose for this scholarship to help fund either a single CEHD undergraduate beginning his or her education at George Mason, or to fund two consecutive transfer students. You can also choose to fund a fellowship for a graduate student at $3,000 per year for two years, for a total of $6,000.
Your four-year commitment to a Green and Gold Scholars Scholarship will provide student motivation, allow for a true measure of impact, and foster a mutual long-term relationship between you and your Green and Gold Scholar.
And while federal regulations do not allow the donor to designate a specific student to receive a scholarship, you can indicate a preference for a recipient who meets certain criteria, such as a first-generation student, a student from a single-parent household, a military service member or dependent, or a student from a particular high school. You can also designate which of the three schools within CEHD you choose to support with your gift.