There are thousands of scholarships available for college students that can be narrowed down based on background, major and financial need. Use our guide to sort through scholarship opportunities based on eligibility and check out our resources for more information on how to pay for college.
Apply for the opportunity to earn a $5,000 scholarship by completing our scholarship survey, short-answer questions and participating in our social media activity.
If you have a child enrolling in an accredited college or university for the first time, apply to our parent scholarship for the opportunity to earn $5,000 scholarship for your college student!
Women have been fighting for gender equality for centuries leading up to female-led scientific discoveries, technological advances and more. Explore hundreds of scholarships for women and narrow down options based on field of study, award amount and need-based aid.
Colleges are more diverse every year, but with rising cost of tuition it’s important for students of every race to have the means to enroll. Find scholarships for students of African American, Alaska Native, Asian American, Hispanic, Native American and Pacific Islander descent.
Although opportunities exist for students with a wide range of disabilities, the cost of college can still deter high school graduates from pursuing higher education. To help you finance your degree, sort through over 130 national scholarships available for students with disabilities.
If you’re a veteran who has served in the U.S. military, you and your family qualify for a number of scholarships and grants that will help cover the cost of higher education. Sort through over 80 national scholarships to find an opportunity that will help pay for your degree.
To help fund your graduate degree, follow our guide and use the interactive tool to sort through over 150 scholarship opportunities for graduate students based on your field of study and award amount.
Despite undocumented students inability to receive federal funding, there are still many options available to receive support. Use our guide to sort through 40 scholarship opportunities for undocumented students.
If you’re a single mother or father looking for ways to help support your college education, use our scholarship guide to find specific scholarships created with you in mind.
Millions of dollars are donated annually to privately funded institutions, scholarships, grants and awards targeted specifically towards students of color. Help finance your degree by sorting through over 50 scholarships available for African Americans.