List of Free Scholarship Opportunities

This section is dedicated to listing the scholarship opportunities that are currently available that you can apply for. This page will provide you with all the things that you should know before applying for any type of scholarship.

There are various different types of scholarships, ones with essays, gender based, by degree, etc. Below you will find current scholarships that are available that you can apply for.

.Beware College Scams!

March 31, 2013

There seems to be new universities popping up everywhere every day.  Colleges and universities talk about the things that you could do or how much money you could make after you graduate from their program. Please Beware! There are three key numbers to know if the school or program that you are looking for is […]

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Are You Called to Be an Instructor? Education Grants

October 29, 2012

Are you passionate about helping others reach their full potential? Do you have a gift in the area of instruction? If so, a career as a teacher, instructor, coach, or professor may have rolled around in your mind a time or two. If you’re looking for financial assistance with your degree, we’ve got good news […]

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Art Scholarships for College

August 29, 2012

You have no doubt heard the old say that say to pursue your passion and eventually a paycheck will follow. While this may be true for most things, it doesn’t always work that way in these days when employment is so difficult to find, especially in a field such as art. However, with perseverance and […]

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Left Handed Scholarships – Luck in Being Left handed

August 1, 2012

According to Scientific American, approximately 15% of individuals are left handed, and approximately 13% of 20 year olds in America use their left hand dominantly. While many theories exist as to why this occurs, no specific cause has been truly identified for why left handedness happens. Some of the most popular theories among those who […]

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PhD Scholarships – Road to a Doctoral Degree

June 20, 2012

A doctoral degree is the highest level of education you can obtain, and, according to the Oracle, you can earn an average of $3.4 over your lifetime after earning this degree. That’s approximately $2.2 million more dollars over a lifetime than a high school graduate would earn, $1.3 million more than an individual with a […]

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Minority Scholarships – Assistance for Your Tuition

May 16, 2012

According to the Pew Research Center, 300,584 Hispanic students enrolled in four year colleges, trade schools, and community colleges in 2008. During this same time, 367,432 African American students, 146,802 Asian students, and 25,163 American Indian students were enrolled in college. There are several different types of minorities, including Native Americans, African Americans, Alaska Natives, […]

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Graduate School Scholarships – Cost of Earning a Grad Degree

April 30, 2012

When students think about earning their master’s degree, the first thought that comes to mind is “Is it really worth it?” According to collegesurfing.com, the average cost of a graduate degree can range from $30,000 to $120,000, depending on the length of the program, the college, and the type of degree. That’s a big chunk […]

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List of Weird Scholarships for Girls, Guys, and High School Seniors

April 18, 2012

When most think of scholarships, they think of awards based solely on test scores, athletic ability, academics, and majors. After all, that’s what all scholarships are about right? They measure the potential for collegiate success based on certain criteria and are given only to those who can think creatively, show an interest in acquiring a […]

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Study Abroad Scholarships: Learn While Living Aboard

April 9, 2012

Have you ever considered studying abroad? More and more students are choosing to learn this way due to the overwhelming number of benefits studying abroad can provide. Exposure to another culture, food, language, and customs can provide a rich experience that will literally stay with a student for the rest of their lives. Another benefit […]

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Scholarships for College – Guide to Obtaining College Scholarships

April 4, 2012

According to U.S. News, the average tuition for a four year public college is roughly $20,000. If you plan on attending a private four year institution, the cost will almost double to a little more than $35,000 annually. With the rising cost of tuition every year, more and more students are turning to financial aid […]

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10 Easy Scholarships to Apply For That Almost Anyone Can Get

March 26, 2012

According to U.S. News, the average cost of four year public college in the United States is almost $20,000. When looking at a private four year institution, this number almost doubles. For most students, this cost is overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be. Scholarships are available to lighten the load. If you’re wondering how […]

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Directory of Grants and Scholarships in Colorado

March 23, 2012

Are you a Colorado resident with plans for college? According to the National Center for Education Statistics, tuition rates in Colorado average $14,240 for in-state residents attending a public four year institution. This number more than doubles for in-state students attending private four year colleges, averaging about $29,331. According to the Project on Student Debt, […]

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Nursing Scholarships – Helping Nursing Students Pay for School

March 14, 2012

There’s never been a better time to become a nursing student. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), between 2008 and 2018, employment of RN’s (registered nurses, is expected to increase by up to 22 percent. The BLS also reports that employment of LPN’s is expected to increase by 21 percent during the same […]

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Scholarships for Hispanics: List of Hispanic Scholarships

March 5, 2012

According to Fox News, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated that about 2.1 million Hispanic and Latino college students were able to graduate with a bachelor’s degree or higher in 2001. A little over a decade later, the number has increased by about 80 percent, boasting almost 3.8 million students in 2011. As the 2012- 2013 […]

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Scholarships for Women – College, Graduate, and Minority Scholarship Opportunities

February 27, 2012

A 2011 report from CBS News provides a new outlook on today’s college students. Surprisingly, this report states that women have surpassed men, not only in college attendance, but obtaining advanced degrees of education. According to the report, about 20.1 million women have earned their Bachelor’s degrees, nearly 3 million more than men. Women over […]

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