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At Scholarships.com, we know that information combined with organization are key to keeping students (and parents/educators) on track. Sure the opportunities exist, but when should I seek them out? Who do I contact? When is the next standardized test taking place? Where? Which scholarships should I apply to/have I applied to? We would love to help you find and keep track of all of this and more, so we have created several helpful handouts you can print here.

We'll even send you our College Success Starter Packet, containing a sample of each of our free student resources for your office, financial aid nights and college fairs/visits. This includes top ten lists, academic planning guides, scholarship and college application checklists - even Scholarships.com posters and pens provided supplies are available. And remember, all of them can be printed any time - you don't even need to ask!

Click here to order your free College Success Starter Packet.

If you need student resource materials immediately, just click on any of the links below and print them right now!

What is Scholarships.com?

Scholarships.com provides a safe and reliable way for students to find relevant scholarship opportunities, compare colleges and learn about financial aid.

Why Recommend Scholarships.com?

Scholarships.com is dedicated to making college more accessible through scholarship opportunities and financial aid education. There's no need to take our word for it, though: Read our members' testimonials.

How is Scholarships.com Different?

Scholarships.com has spent the past 15 years building and confirming the legitimacy of every scholarship opportunity in our database. And there are never any fees.

We hope you find our free scholarship search and resources helpful and encourage you to come back often. Please consider linking to us to ensure your students are searching for scholarships and other financial aid information safely and successfully. We also invite you to contact us with any questions and/or suggestions you may have. We have been able to continue to improve our website and all of its resources for more than a decade now thanks, in part, to the feedback we receive not only from the students visiting our site but the parents and educators as well.

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