Fall in Love with February 2019 Scholarships


February 7, 2019 1:33 PM
by Susan Dutca

    Scholarships.com has the scholarships your heart (and wallet) desire this month and we are sharing the love, beginning with this list of featured February 2019 college scholarships. Focus on scholarship love and worry less about how you’ll pay for college this upcoming semester.

Scholarships.com has the scholarships your heart (and wallet) desire this month and we are sharing the love, beginning with this list of featured February 2019 college scholarships. Focus on scholarship love and worry less about how you’ll pay for college this upcoming semester.

  1. South Bay Business Women's Scholarship
  2. Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
  3. Catholic College Essay Contest
  4. Pathway to Success
  5. Mary Fran Carroll Non-Traditional Scholarship
  6. Sociedad Hispana Doylestown Senior Scholarships
  7. Ohio University Women's Club of Greater Cleveland Freshman Scholarship
  8. MathWorks Math Modeling (M3) Challenge
  9. Powering Futures Scholarship

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Brulaine Joseph  on  2/14/2019 11:26:09 PM commented:

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Auctioning Off College Admissions Seats?

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Yale is the first university to rescind the acceptance of a student over the national college admissions cheating scandal that implicated 50 people, including celebrities, college administrators and coaches. The FBI investigation, dubbed Operation Varsity Blues, discovered that parents paid anywhere from $200,000 to $6.5 million for guaranteed admission into elite colleges and universities.

Yale Rescinds Acceptance Amid Admissions Bribery Scandal

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A Dickinson College senior did not foresee her essay in the student paper titled Should White Boys Still Be Allowed to Talk? going viral online or appearing on national organizations' websites. In her guest editorial, Leda Fisher argues that white, male students are taking over discussions of feminism, LGBTQ and race that she feels are better voiced by women and minority students.

Should White Boys Be Heard? Dickenson Student Says No

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Despite the possibility of earning free money for college, some current and prospective college students do not complete the FAFSA - perhaps because the form is confusing and lengthy. Instagram influencers and college bloggers are stepping in and have teamed up with the U.S. Department of Education to encourage more students to fill out their FAFSA with the hashtag #ButFirstFAFSA.

Insta Influencers Involved with Student FAFSA?

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    Scholarships.com has the scholarships your heart (and wallet) desire this month and we are sharing the love, beginning with this list of featured February 2019 college scholarships. Focus on scholarship love and worry less about how you’ll pay for college this upcoming semester.

Fall in Love with February 2019 Scholarships

February 7, 2019 1:33 PM
by Susan Dutca
Scholarships.com has the scholarships your heart (and wallet) desire this month and we are sharing the love, beginning with this list of featured February 2019 college scholarships. Focus on