12 Scholarship Programs You Should Know About
Posted Wednesday, Aug 13, 2008 by
As you know, there are thousands of scholarship programs available to full-time students.Find out if you qualify for any of these:
Scholarships.com provides students with a collection of over 2.5 million scholarship programs. Their database allows students to find scholarships based on their degree program, interests, et al.
FastWeb is a popular website for students to find scholarship programs. This website requires you to create a profile — and then relevant scholarship programs will be emailed to you.
The Student Scholarship Search offers students access to information on a variety of grants, scholarships, and even tax break help. Learn about the different ways you can finance your education.
Students who have served in the military have various options to help them pay for their schooling. Find out what types of loans and scholarship programs you may qualify since you served in the military by visiting this website.
FastAid allow students to search their online database of scholarship programs based on interests, degree programs, leadership abilities, and athletics. Check out their site to see what scholarship programs you may qualify for.
College Answer works with Sallie Mae to showcase scholarship programs that benefit students of all backgrounds. The scholarships listed here are based on academics, athletics, age, and/or interests.
As you know,U.S. News and World Report offers rankings of top colleges across the United States. Their website also provides a list of great scholarship programs.
This sites hosts a wide-range of niche scholarship programs – like those programs for students of certain ages or ethnicity.
Many cities across the United States have Rotary Clubs, and these clubs offer scholarships to students
There are many businesses that provide scholarships to students of Hispanic decent. Check out the Hispanic Scholarship Fund to find out what scholarships are available.
The United Negro College Fund provides scholarships and other financial help to African American students. These scholarships are awarded to students based on either financial need and/or academic accomplishments.
Check out Broke Scholar to find a list of possible scholarship programs you may qualify for.