Financial Aid

04
Jan
Weightlifting Scholarships

Scholarships are a great way to help students cover the costs of attending higher education. This form of financial aid is free for students and does not need to be repaid which is why they are always recommended before considering loans. Weightlifting is not a sport for the weak. It requires tremendous dedication, a passion […]

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04
Jan
Scholarships for Felons

When it comes to life, things happen. Everyone makes mistakes. While some of these mistakes can be minor, others can lead to serious trouble. For those who have faced jail time or have been incarcerated for significant crimes and felonies, life and its prospects can seem bleak compared to others. However, it is essential to […]

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01
Oct
DACA Financial Aid Options

If you're a DACA student, it may be hard to get student aid for college. Though your ineligibility for federal funds makes things more difficult, it is still possible to find money for school.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Student Loans,
01
Oct
How to Pay for College if You Don’t Qualify for Federal Financial Aid

If you don't qualify for federal financial aid, you may be eligible for scholarships and grants, financial aid from your state or school, or private student loans.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Private Student Loans, Student Loans,
29
Sep
Fast Food Scholarships

Scholarships are a great way to help students cover the cost of college. They are free and do not need to be repaid once they are used. In fact, scholarships should be the first form of financial aid college students seek. Scholarships are offered by various organizations and programs, including fast food restaurants. This guide […]

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29
Sep
Scholarships for People with Red Hair

The cost of college isn’t getting any cheaper, making it more and more difficult for students to afford its cost. While searching for financial aid, it’s important to first consider scholarships as they are free and do not need to be repaid. Although there may be specific eligibility requirements for certain scholarships, there are no […]

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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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