A few months ago I did a post on scholarship search sites. That post was received very well, so I figured I should do a part two. I have found a few more websites that students should check out. There is a lot of money out there for to college. You just have to take the time to find it. Hopefully, this list of websites will be able to help you.
Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation – Provides scholarships for students of all levels.
Cappex – Your college decision headquarters. This site helps you compare colleges and also has a scholarship search on it.
Scholarship America – Provides information about scholarships.
Merit Aid – A directory of scholarships from colleges across the country.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund – The largest provider of scholarship information for Hispanic students.
Latino College Dollars – Scholarship info for Latino students.
Thurgood Marshall College Fund – Provides scholarships to support the 47 public Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
Gates Millennium Scholars Program – Provides scholarships to minorities with significant need.
Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund – Provides scholarships for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
American Indian College Fund – The largest provider of scholarship info for Native Americans.
Dell Scholars Program – Provides scholarships to students have good grades and also have the determination to achieve great things through higher education.
UNCF – Provides scholarships for low and moderate income families.
Zinch – Provides information about colleges and scholarships
If you’re a high school senior or a college student, you should take the time to check these sites out. With rising college costs, scholarship money will come in handy. The money is free. I wish I would have taken the time to apply for more scholarships when I was in school. I probably wouldn’t be in the situation that I am in today.
Are they any other must see scholarship websites out there that I missed? If so, please share.