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.
Scholarship season ramps up with the start of each new school year. Don’t let deadlines pass you by! Start searching for college scholarships now to reduce your next tuition bill.
School may be over, but the search for scholarships goes on! There is something for everyone on this list of hot college scholarships with summer deadlines.
Don’t lose out on money for college while you take a break from your studies this summer. Check out these scholarships that have June deadlines.
Scholarships are a great way to reduce your college debt. ScholarshipAdvisor gives you access to thousands of scholarships in one convenient place to help you in your search.
College scholarships come in all shapes and sizes. It’s time to start searching for the scholarships that fit you, and don’t miss out on these scholarships with March deadlines!
Finding money for college can be challenging, but we’ve got a list of great resources to help you find tuition assistance and meet your educational goals.
There’s no federal financial aid available to undocumented immigrants who want a college degree. The new DREAMers fund can help them get the degree.
Don’t miss out on money for your college education this year. Start with this list of 12 scholarships with January 2014 deadlines, then use ScholarshipAdvisor to search for more.
Don’t miss out on applying to scholarships in 2013. Start with these 8 college scholarships and then search for more!
November is a great month for finding scholarships and fellowships to fund your education.. See the month’s top opportunities.
updated Mar 6, 2014 More adults are returning to college today than ever before. Statistics published by Northeastern University show that college enrollment is up 42% for students over 25 years old, compared with only a 34% increase in students under 25. In fact, the over-25 age group of students now makes up close to 40% of […]