I still can’t believe my cousin is going to KU this year. She recently moved with her fiance to Lawrence, KS about a month ago. I’m going to miss seeing her around. While she was a senior last year she began searching for scholarships online. Her goal was to get her entire first year paid for and she met that goal before she graduated from high school. I’m so proud of her. I hope she grows emotionally, mentally, and spiritually this year. You’re only young once. I regret abruptly ending my college career.
One of the websites she used was ScholarshipsOnline.org. With the help of ScholarshipsOnline.Org she was able to search through their national database of scholarships and educational grants. The website is very easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye. You can find scholarships based on category or by deadline. If you or someone you know needs some assistance with scholarships they even have a list of 100 Scholarship tips. You’ll never have to worry about signing up or subscribing to a list (unless you want e-mail alerts) in order to see their list of scholarships. Now, I don’t know if she ended up applying for one of the scholarships they found on their website but she appreciated being able to find a great variety of scholarships online.
If you or the junior or senior in your life is stumped on where to look for scholarships give ScholarshipsOnline.Org a try. They may be able to find that one special scholarship to help them further their education.
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