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Scholarships.com “You Like Me…You Really Like Me” Facebook Scholarship is Back!


February 13, 2015
by Suada Kolovic
We always love hearing from our users so why not let your voice be heard and potentially earn money for college in the process with Scholarships.com's You Like Me...You Really Like Me Facebook Scholarship! Love our scholarship search? Tell us why. Is our financial aid section really helping you out? Send us an example. Think our college prep section is the best? Give us a shout out. Awards will go to the users that are making the best use of Scholarships.com's many resources as determined by our team - impress us!

We always love hearing from our users so why not let your voice be heard and potentially earn money for college in the process with Scholarships.com's "You Like Me...You Really Like Me" Facebook Scholarship! Love our scholarship search? Tell us why. Is our financial aid section really helping you out? Send us an example. Think our college prep section is the best? Give us a shout out. Awards will go to the users that are making the best use of Scholarships.com's many resources as determined by our team - impress us!

If you're new to Scholarships.com and unfamiliar with its contents, take a tour and check out everything we have to offer. Our site is teeming with info – from figuring out the puzzle that is the FAFSA and strategies for winning scholarships to living with a roommate and preparing for an internship – so if you like us (really like us), tell us why.

Step 1: “Like” Scholarships.com on Facebook.

Step 2: Post on our wall how Scholarships.com is helping you with your scholarship search. Once you do this, you are automatically entered to win a $1,000 or $200 scholarship for college.

Step 3: You may enter as many times as you want over the course of the contest but please limit your comments to one per day. You must also have a valid Scholarships.com account and adjust your Facebook privacy preferences to allow Scholarships.com to message you should you win. The Scholarships.com Team will then determine which comment best exemplifies what our site is all about and which applicant is using our resources most effectively.

Starts: February 13, 2015

Ends: March 31, 2015

Number Available: 3

Amount: $1,000 for one first-prize winner; $200 each for second- and third-place winners

For official rules, please click here. This scholarship competition is offered by Scholarships.com and is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook. For more information on finding money for college and how to properly fund your college education, check out Scholarships.com Financial Aid section and conduct a free scholarship search today!

Getting more college financial aid doesn’t have to be a relentless search. Scholarships.com is totally free. Connect with our massive database of millions of college scholarships at any time by searching for awards in a variety of ways. Scholarships.com offers the quickest and easiest way to search for, apply to, and win college scholarships. Start making your college education affordable or perhaps even free, by conducting a free college scholarship search at Scholarships.com.

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Mario L  on  3/6/2015 8:04:55 PM commented:

With Scholorships.com it lets me input data that is all about "Me" and it dose not need to ask or know if i am the "perfect" student for set scholarship requirements. I can Search for scholarships based on my financial needs and for which year it would benefit me. The Site is user friendly and anyone can use it. So the Site Lets me be myself and that's what counts the most when looking for a scholarships.

Sierra Weatherington  on  3/4/2015 12:05:59 AM commented:

Where would I be without www.scholarships.com it is far most the best website out here that helps you pay for college. Education is very important to me and I am willing to give it 150% with this website, they make it so much easier for me. Some examples are: updating when a scholarship due date, always sending me something new to my email, giving me a chance to think out side of the box with the essays. My work load is heavy, but having the chance to be acknowledge for writing essays to help pay for school is truly a blessing. I'm thankful and I love it!!

Alexander R  on  2/25/2015 4:30:16 PM commented:

www.Scholarships.com is the best thing that can happen to anybody enrolled in college, it gives them the push to actually find the right help to be financially stable in college. I love it!

Angelica T.  on  2/24/2015 9:35:13 PM commented:

This scholarship site provides diverse and helpful Scholarship information that can be helpful to anyone seeking guidance on how to receive substantial financial aid in post-secondary college education pursuits. Thank you Scholarships.com for creating opportunities for the students of today that are to be the future of tomorrow!

 on  2/22/2015 12:13:52 PM commented:

It is the easiest website to find information. All of the information is right there; and it is not a hassle for me!

 on  2/18/2015 12:51:56 AM commented:

I use this site because it's one of the easiest places to search for scholarships! My profile shapes the scholarship options that appear for me, and it's easy to scroll right through all the different results!

 on  2/17/2015 5:24:10 PM commented:

The scholarships are here are many and this website provides an array of scholarships that I can apply for without getting overwhelmed. I enjoy using this website when I have time to look for scholarships. -Ashlee B.

 on  2/16/2015 3:56:10 PM commented:

I'm so overwhelmed but this site is making it feel little bit easier. Trying to find ways to help. Thanks - Jae

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