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Finding A Scholarship? Scholarship guide for everyone

By James, April 5, 2011 12:25 pm

Scholarships come very handy for every student and parents especially in these times of financial hardship. They help you to seek your goals without putting much strain on your finances. The best thing about scholarships is that you don’t have to pay them back. Unlike loans, you don’t have to repay but instead you get funding in the form of check or reduction in your tuition fee. Scholarships -- read the full article

Government Scholarships

By James, August 10, 2010 4:41 pm

Government Scholarships Where are they? How can a student get a government scholarship? Where do they apply? Can they apply online for a government scholarship? What kinds of scholarships are there? Is there a scholarship for me? Is there a scholarship for my child? Is there a scholarship for veterans? Is there a scholarship that will pay for my college education? Are there scholarships that I qua -- read the full article

Single Parent Scholarships and Grants

By Anna Green, February 1, 2010 4:52 pm

Single parent scholarships – where can you get them? This is a question that many parents raising children by themselves ask when contemplating improving their financial situation through education. It’s true that colleges are increasingly expensive these days. However, various financial aid for single parent programs can allow parents raising children alone to afford an education. You -- read the full article

Weird wacky and strange scholarships

By James, October 20, 2009 8:32 am

Is there anybody going to a weird college? Exactly what kind of a question is that, it’s one that comes from reading about incorrect names of scholarship and financial aid awards. Some people use politically incorrect terminology to label scholarships. You may read about or hear the terms wacky scholarships, weird scholarships or unusual scholarships all of which I’d prefer to refer to -- read the full article

Not A Straight A Student? There Are Scholarships For You Too!

By Anna Green, October 6, 2009 12:09 pm

There are millions of very successful people that did not make the honor roll in high school. Many of us were average students but that won’t stop you from getting scholarships to help you go to college. Even if you are a mom that has been out of school for a long time and maybe are worried about your potential GPA, scholarships are available for you as well! Many people think scholarships a -- read the full article

How Government Grants Help Your Debt Relief and How You can Qualify

By Onslow, September 9, 2009 2:03 pm

A person in debt is willing to have as many options as possible when trying to pay back bills. Any solution is welcoming as things get tougher and money gets tighter. But the things is, aside from debt management plans and helpful hotlines to call for advice, physical advertisement for ways to gain debt relief are slim. The lack of information available to the average person about debt relief seem -- read the full article

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