Scholarship Scams

Many high school and college students are highly motivated to search for scholarships, which is a good thing. Scholarship scams, however, are not. So before you dive into the scholarship search process, be sure you are aware of scholarship scams and how to avoid them.
For more information, go to:  Scholarship Experts

 

Scholarships for Students who are 13 or younger

Children can start appplying for scholarships as early as elementary school years.  Click here  The smart student guide for Financial Aid  for a list of scholarships available to students who are 13 or younger.


A list of scholarships for high school students are listed as well.


Fill out one application and send it to several Universities!


Go to The  Common Application for a list of participant colleges and universities throughout the country.


Go to  Apply Texas to apply for colleges and universities in Texas.


Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


Go to http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ to fill out the FAFSA application.




How much money will you need to pay for your expenses after college?


Go to  Reality Check to find out how much money you will have to earn to pay for all your needs and the lifestyle you want. (dream big but be realistic!).