Online Programs

The Office of the Provost provides funding opportunities and central support through Georgia State Online to empower the University’s schools and colleges to grow their online and hybrid programs. Academic units position themselves for funding and higher levels of support by first committing to the conditions set forth in a signed MOU for Centralized Support for Online and Hybrid Programs.

Fully online programs with executed Centralized Support MOUs are eligible for the Online Program Enrollment Growth Incentive. Details can be found in this Online Program Enrollment Growth Incentive document.

Additional resources are detailed below.

New Online Program Development Seed Money

One-time funds to support development of new 100% online programs that provide a credit-bearing stand-alone credential (i.e. degree or certificate) that will attract new students to Georgia State University.

Submission deadline: September 1


Enrollment Capacity Advance Funds

One-time funds as upfront support needed to increase instructional or administrative capacity in existing 100% online programs.

Submission deadline: February 1


For additional information, contact Dr. Michael Galchinski,, Senior Associate Provost for Academic Affairs.