4 Ways High School Students Can Prepare for Their College Major

College is the first step to high school graduates gaining their independence. The choices they make now will affect the rest of their lives. One of the biggest choices they’ll make will be to choose a college major. High school students can increase their chances of having success in their studies by preparing for their college major in these four ways listed below. Read More


April 2019 DoSomething Scholarships

Do you like making a difference in your school or community? If you do, DoSomething has many campaigns to make a difference, and for participating, you will be entered to win a scholarship! Below are campaigns from DoSomething that are accepting entries in April. Read More

Scholarship Saturday – March 30, 2019

There are thousands of scholarships out there. Below you will find many scholarships, most with general eligibility requirements. My goal is to share some lesser-known scholarships with my readers every Saturday.

Don’t wait. Apply for these great scholarships today! And, if you missed the last Scholarship Saturday, check it out. There are scholarships there that are still open! You can also find scholarships on my other scholarship lists, such as scholarships with requirements based on your statemajorgrade levelethnicity, or religion. And, lastly, check out my list of scholarships with March, April and May deadlines.

Only brief information about each scholarship is listed. Therefore, you are encouraged to visit the scholarship websites to get further details about eligibility and requirements.

Here are 85 scholarships for Saturday, March 30, 2019. Read More

Student Loans: Facts and Consolidation

Education is important. It definitely is. What better way to ensure your future than to equip yourself with quality higher education? You might have dreamt of becoming a doctor, engineer or lawyer in the future. Unfortunately, this privilege may not be readily available to some. Some may not be able to afford to pay the costs of higher education out of their current income. This is where student loans come in.

A student loan is an unsecured debt primarily available to students who want to secure higher levels of education. This usually includes payments for tuition fees, board, lodging, books, supplies, equipment, such as calculators and laptops, and other miscellaneous expenses. Read More

Ask These Financial Aid Questions Before Committing to a College

When you receive your financial aid award from the college or colleges you want to attend, you may want to send in your enrollment deposit right away. However, do you have the answers to all of your financial questions? Probably not. While some colleges do an amazing job of including answers to most frequently asked questions, many colleges do not include this information with their financial aid award letters. Before committing to any college, make sure you have the answers to the following 18 questions related to financial aid so you can make the best financial decision for you and your family. Read More