Question by  wantmoney (11)

Where can I get information on scholarships?

I cannot go to school without a scholarship.


Answer by  HawaiianGirl (6906)

Do a search online for scholarships. You can also speak to school counselors. There ae many scholarships available for continuing education. It is very well worth the time spent filling out forms to get these scholarships. Most schools also offer financial aid and tuition waivers.


Answer by  BeesMama (14)

Often your school's counseling office will have scholarship information. If you have a education counselor, be sure to schedule an appointment to see what ideas they have to help fund your education. There are also many databases online that have scholarship information. If there is a particular school you are interested in, they may have resources available as well.


Answer by  Feasel (1766)

If you're still in high school just go into the guidance office and ask for the information. You can also get that information over the internet as well.


Answer by  working (311)

The best starting point for college funding is to visit the financial aid office at the college you wish to attend, there are many many programs in place for students.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

You need to start gettin information on scholarships and grants before you start your senior year. Collect all that you are eligible for and start filling out the paperwork now. There are also websites that offer alternative funding that can steer you in the right direction. Above all start saving as much as you can because you will need it.


Answer by  victoire (161)

If you are beginning to make plans to attend college, register with the online site called College Board. College Board has very comprehensive information on scholarships - where to find them and how to apply for them. The colleges and universities you are interested in will also have specific information on the scholarships they offer and who qualifies.


Answer by  Zoe (2369)

Whichever school you are interested in probably has a financial aid department you can talk to. Fastweb is probably the best outside online scholarship database. It allows you to answer questions about yourself (are you adopted, do you play an instrument, are you religious, etc) and will tell you about scholarship contests you qualify to enter.

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