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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 past winners below. Please note that we no longer offer the "Area of Study" scholarships but announce new scholarships regularly so come back early and often to stay up on all opportunities to help you pay for college!

Resolve to Evolve Scholarship Winners

Area of Study Scholarship Winners

Last Edited: June 2016

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