Financial Aid

28
Sep
Scholarships for Low GPA

Finding ways to cover the cost of college can be difficult. While there are various forms of financial aid available to students, it’s important to first seek options that are free and do not need to be repaid, such as scholarships. While determining what is considered to be a low GPA may be subjective, there […]

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27
Aug
Scholarships for People with Brown Hair

Scholarships are a great way to cover the cost of college. Unlike other forms of student aid, scholarships are free and do not need to be repaid. Some scholarships are offered based on certain traits, like being tall or short. Unfortunately, for students with brown hair, there are no scholarships exclusively available to them. However, […]

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25
Aug
Scholarships for People with Black Hair

With the cost of college continuing to rise, it’s important to first exhaust all student aid options that don’t need to be repaid, such as scholarships. There are various organizations, groups, and programs that offer scholarships to help students afford the cost of college. Some of these scholarships are offered based on certain requirements. Unfortunately, [&

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14
Aug
Scholarships for Women

Scholarships are funds awarded to a prospective or current college student to chip away at the financial burden college places on them and their families. Non-profit organizations, charitable groups, individuals, corporations, and schools offer scholarships in varying amounts to students who can showcase merit or pressing financial need. Scholarships do not have to be repa

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13
Aug
No Essay Scholarships

Are you looking for scholarships that are easy to apply for? If so, no essay scholarships may be your answer. The scholarships below are free forms of student aid and do not require you to submit an essay. Make sure you meet any other eligibility requirements before applying. 4 No Essay Scholarships Here are four […]

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03
Aug
Student Loans for Trade School

There are both federal and private student loans available to pay for trade school, as well as alternative options.

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27
Jul
Pizza Hut Scholarship

The Pizza Hut scholarship is offered through its parent company Yum! Brands, also known as Yum!. The Yum! Andy Pearson Scholarship Program is administered by Scholarship America and is available to U.S.-based employees of Yum! or its other brands such as Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell. Legal dependents of these employees are also eligible. […]

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27
Jul
Scholarships for Students With Disabled Parents

There are many different circumstances that can arise in life that make paying for a college education difficult. One of those circumstances can include having a disabled parent. If one or both of your parents are disabled, you may be able to qualify for scholarships for students with disabled parents. Scholarships are a form of […]

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21
Jul
Scholarships for People With Glasses

Scholarships can be used to help students cover the costs of attending college or career school. This form of student aid is always recommended over loans because it is free and does not need to be repaid. While you can find scholarships for people with glasses, most eligibility requirements are focused on your level of […]

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01
Jul
FAFSA Guide

It’s important for all college students to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here's a look at who is eligible for federal aid, how to apply, important dates to watch out for, and what your next steps will be.

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