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4/8/2019 | Team United
Looking for scholarships for college? Then you’ll want to check out our list of best scholarship websites. For yourself or helping out a college student, these are the must-visit sites to help you find scholarships that are the best match.
A pretty obvious one to top the list—like the freebie question on a pop quiz. You can search over 3.7 million college scholarships and grants on the site—which is about $19 billion up for grabs to help college students pay for school. There are a bunch of different categories you can search under—like major, artistic and athletic ability, and even honors organizations or by deadline.
This is a great website for both scholarships and information on different colleges and universities. You can filter your scholarship search by application deadline, minimum award amount, location, gender, and others like “first generation” or “financial need.” With a “multi-billion dollar scholarship database”, you’re bound to find something that’s a match.
Not just for scholarships, BigFuture allows you to find grants, fellowships, internships and more. The website’s database includes more than 2,200 programs, at more than $6 billion available. Enter in some information, and you’ll be matched with specific scholarships. Or you can search for scholarships by name or organization, if you already have some in mind.
If you want to look for scholarships, internships, or even part-time jobs, FastWeb is a website you’ll want to check out. Once you create a profile, FastWeb will match you to scholarships in their database of 1.5 million. They also have articles about Scholarship Best Practices and other articles to help you on your search.
You might think of textbooks when you see Chegg.com, but the website also has section where you can explore over 25,000 scholarships. It will match you with scholarships based on your current education level, age, and GPA.
Saving for college is important too. Check out United’s tips on how to get ahead. Are you applying for colleges now, or have you already been accepted—where will you be starting the school year?