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Take advantage of the free scholarship search today and find your best matches to fund your higher education dreams. The process is simple and can be started immediately - results will quickly filter to your individualized, unique profile.

Featured Scholarships

It's as simple as creating a personalized profile that will generate scholarships ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars. The initial process consists of answering the questions we will use to match you to scholarships in our database. After that, it is completely up to you how much time you spend reviewing and applying for scholarships - rest assured the more you put into the process, the more benefits you will reap.

Last Edited: August 2015

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