Have questions such as: “When should I start looking for scholarships?”, “Who do I contact for more information?”, “When are the next standardized tests taking place?”, or “Which scholarships should I apply for/have applied for?” We can help you answer these questions and many more, while keeping you up to date on countless scholarship opportunities.
Below are links to our free student resources, available to print and post in your office, or at your next college fair. These include top ten lists, academic planning guides, and scholarship/college application checklists.
Printable Resource Materials
Click here for a poster of the Top 10 Student Resources, to post in your school. Resources include: "Action Plan for High School Students”, "Why Go to College", "10 Ways to Jumpstart College Planning", and more!
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Download and print this incredibly handy and helpful timeline for high school juniors. Help your students keep up with important ACT/SAT test dates and when to start looking at schools. They will also get suggestions about counselor visits and when to start looking at potential colleges and majors. You can only be there to answer questions so often. Scholarships.com is available 24/7 to help guide you on your way to and through college!
Following this timeline will put your students ahead of the game when applying for college, and prepare them for a successful senior year.
Download and print a helpful timeline for high school seniors including when to start, finish, and submit college applications and financial aid application deadlines.
Remember, students must meet deadlines to be accepted to college and get financial aid, so use these posters to make sure your students meet their deadlines.
Download and print our scholarship application guidelines to help students keep their information organized. The less a student has to worry about their checklist, the more time they will have to write a winning scholarship essay, and submit a winning application.
To avoid as many loans as possible, keep track of your information, and fill out as many winning applications as possible.
the college application checklist to keep organized and stay on top of deadlines. This checklist is especially important for students looking to apply early action. Remember to submit the FAFSA before you start filling out applications.
Ask for letters of recommendations in August to give your teachers plenty of time to write a meaningful letter. Submit all of your applications at least two weeks before the deadline in case there are any complications.
An in-depth presentation on finding and winning scholarships. The PowerPoint covers the basics, such as FAFSA, and more specific scholarships such as special interest and unique scholarships. Financial aid is essential to fund a college education, so make sure your students are aware of their options. Links to our resource pages will further answer questions about the entire process.
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We hope you find our free scholarship search and resources helpful and encourage you to visit back often. Linking to us will ensure your students are using a reliable source while searching for scholarships and other financial aid information. Contact us with any questions and/or suggestions. We encourage feedback to help improve our website and resources regularly. Many thanks to the parents and educators providing the feedback we need, and to the students who visit our site.