Nitro Knowledge. Your Guide to Paying for College.
Congrats! You've been accepted to college. Now you just need to figure out how to pay for it.
But before you start digging through your car for any loose change you can find, you might want to take some time to check out all of the resources available to help you pay for college in the state of Florida.
Want to get more scholarships but aren't confident that you have what it takes? We spoke with a scholarship expert to get the scoop on how to land more of that sweet free money for college.
Ashley Hill started by helping her brother with his scholarship applications. She was so successful that her brother was able to attend Miami of Ohio for FREE. That inspired Ashley to launch the business collegeprepready.com. Today she works with parents and students at all academic levels to help defray the cost of college — by focusing on scholarships. Here are 9 ideas that she shared with us that you can use to get more scholarships:
Military service members take extraordinary risks and make great sacrifices when they sign up to serve their countries. Oftentimes, spouses and families also make sacrifices along the way. Thankfully, there are many programs designed to pay back this service from dependents of military service members in the form of college scholarships.
If you're the child or dependent of a military service member and you're looking for a way to fill the financial gap in college tuition, check out the following scholarship opportunities.
Higher education is expensive, and tuition and other fees continue to increase each year. Because of this, many students and parents take on a significant debt burden to finance four-or-more-year college experiences. Scholarships provide a funding source that doesn’t need to be repaid. But with hundreds to thousands of applicants applying for each one, how can you increase your chances of winning?
Here are some simple tips on how to apply for and win scholarships for college.
It's probably not a newsflash that women are still largely outnumbered by their male counterparts in science and engineering.
What might be news: More colleges and employers are making it a priority to get women into STEM fields—and they're making financial investments to back that up. That means there are ever-growing options for female students who are hunting for scholarships. Here's how to find that sweet "free money" to help fund your STEM education.