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We do more than just help you find scholarships from others - we offer several of our ones that have an easy application process.

Scholarships.com offers numerous ways for you to pay for college. In addition to providing the best free scholarship search tool on the web, we also have several of our own scholarships available exclusively at Scholarships.com - check out some of our successful scholarship winners below. We announce new scholarships regularly so come back early and often to stay up on all opportunities to help you pay for college!

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#SocialMediaMajor? - PA School to Begin Offering a Major in Social Media

July 18, 2017

by Susan Dutca

What if your college course load included "Instagram 101" or "History of Facebook 202"? Have you ever wanted to major in social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram? Well, you can this upcoming fall if you are a student at Kutztown University, pursuing a bachelor's degree in Social Media Theory and Strategy.

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Chicago Schools: "No Plan, No Diploma"

July 11, 2017

by Susan Dutca

It's senior year of high school and you're just about ready to graduate and move on to the next chapter in your life. Have you been accepted to college, enrolled in the military or a trade school, planned a "gap-year" or secured a job? If not, you may not be eligible to receive your diploma. Starting in 2020, Chicago high school seniors will have to demonstrate any one of the above in order to graduate. [...]

CSU to Admit All Qualified Students

July 3, 2017

by Susan Dutca

Due to a new budget deal, all qualified students will soon be admitted into one of the 23 campuses at California State University. With some of the more competitive schools only accepting 30-34 percent of its applicants, qualified students have been historically denied because campuses were too full. While the initiative gives students more access to higher education, there is a catch. [...]

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