Scholarships

29
Nov
LendEDU Fall 2018 Scholarship Winners Announced

Every Fall and Spring we give away 2, $1,000 scholarships here at LendEDU. For the LendEDU Fall 2018 Scholarship, applicants only had to answer one simple question:“With more people taking on student loan debt to pay for college and with record high default rates, what do you think can be done to improve the financial literacy of [

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31
Oct
Kansas Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

At a Glance: Iowa college students who are looking for ways to fund their education might consider looking into state-based private student loans. There are also several Iowa scholarships and grants that are essentially free money for college. College students who want to attend school in Kansas have more than 50 public and private colleges and […]

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22
Oct
Louisiana Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

At a Glance: Louisiana students who are looking for ways to fund a college education shouldn’t overlook their state-based options, including grants and scholarships. Although there are no state-based student loans in Louisiana, some credit unions do offer personal loans for tuition and education costs. Many states offer programs that encourage their students to stay

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22
Oct
Utah Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

At a Glance: Utah has the lowest percentage of high school graduates immediately entering college. While most other states are above 55 percent, only 42 percent of Utah high school graduates immediately enter college. There are, however, a variety of private and federal student loans, scholarships, and grants to help Utah families afford a colle

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20
Sep
Nebraska Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

At a Glance:There are various student loans, scholarships, and grants designed specifically for students from Nebraska and those attending college in Nebraska. Here are some of your options. Are you a Nebraska resident considering attending college in the state? The good news is that with an average loan balance of $25,501 at graduation, Nebraska students […]

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20
Sep
Hawaii Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants Guide

At a Glance:While paying for college can be challenging, using loans, scholarships, and grants can help make your dreams a reality — including in Hawaii. By finding Hawaii-specific grants and scholarships, you can minimize your student loan debt. If you are lucky enough to live in Hawaii, then you know firsthand how beautiful it is […]

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28
Aug
Tennessee Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Financing a college education is necessary for a large majority of students and their families.Fortunately, there are several outlets that can help cover the expense of earning a college degree, including public or private student loans, scholarships, and grants. Many students start their search for financial aid through scholarship and grant awards, since these funds [&he

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28
Aug
Vermont Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Vermont has historically had one of the highest student loan debt averages in the nation with the average borrower from the Class of 2017 having $29,656 at graduation. Yet Vermont students don’t necessarily have to rely entirely on student loans to finance their education.Along with federal and state loans, ample scholarship and grant programs are […]

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28
Aug
Maine Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

When students in Maine are exploring how they’ll pay for college, they’ll find plenty of options available including federal and state aid, as well as scholarships, grants, and student loan options.Applying for scholarships and grants can take some time and research as they are typically competitive. That time is often well worth it, though, since […]

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28
Aug
Wyoming Student Loans, Scholarships, and Grants

Students in Wyoming enjoy a lower average cost of college than students elsewhere in U.S. The average price of tuition, at $3,720 per year for in-state students, is 46 percent more affordable than the national average, according to College Calc. That said, many students still need to find additional sources of funding to pay for […]

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