Every scholarship adds up to lowering your student debt. Apply for large and small scholarships wherever you find them!
There’s never a wrong time to apply for college scholarships so keep searching and bookmarking the right scholarships for you during summer break.
Merit aid reduces your college tuition, so learn the tips you need to know to find the right merit aid scholarships for you!
May is a busy month for college students. Be sure to make time for scholarship applications in between acing your finals and moving into summer housing!
Avoid the scammers! Do your research before you look for college scholarships and learn what situations should raise red flags.
As we enter college decision time, many students are struggling to figure out how to pay for school. Most are applying for scholarships, but there are many misconceptions about scholarships and what they will really provide. Clearing up some of those myths is the first step toward effectively searching out, and applying for, college scholarships.
Stop procrastinating and start writing! Learn to tell your story in a way that grabs the attention of college admissions officers and scholarship judges with help from these 10 essay-writing websites.
A successful scholarship essay will make you stand out from a crowd of similar applicants. Use Story2’s online writing tools to help you define and shine with a personal story that highlights your unique talents.
Did you know that some scholarships go unclaimed each year because no one applies? Don’t make that mistake! Limit your college debt by searching for scholarships that match your skills and interests.
Don’t miss out on money for your college education. Start the New Year off right by resolving to apply for college scholarships! Search for new scholarships each month, and keep track of their deadlines with the help of ScholarshipAdvisor’s popular mobile app.
Fellowships can take you abroad, introduce you to new opportunities, and help you continue your studies. Search out and apply for fellowships, grants, and research opportunities that will help you reach your educational goals.
Adults are returning to college to advance their careers, and even to earn their first degrees! With 40-plus students making up the fastest-growing population of college students today, more programs are focusing on providing college scholarships to adult students.