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Register and Win $500 from Scholarships.com

Looking for a way to help fund your college education? Here at Scholarships.com, we provide users with the most relevant scholarships and educational information out there. By registering at Scholarships.com, you will have access to more than 2.7 million local, state, and national college scholarships and grants worth $1.9 billion. Did we mention that you're also eligible to win $500 just for registering? That's right: Filling out a complete profile will enter you into our monthly drawing for $500. The best part is, there is no lengthy essay or application packet required. You just simply complete your profile, as you would to check out other scholarship options, and you are automatically entered to win $500!

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Scholarships.com offers countless options to pay for college. In addition to providing the best free scholarship search tool on the web, we also have some of our own scholarships available exclusively at Scholarships.com. Take a look at our scholarships below.

Last Reviewed: May 2017

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