We are all for some fun in the sun and lazy summer days too, but with college debt rising at an alarming rate, we also know the importance of applying for scholarships ALL year round. Here is a list of 31 scholarships to apply to over summer break. Some deadlines are as late as August 31st!
Graduating in four years doesn’t just look great on your resume; it saves you a year or two years’ worth of tuition. That’s literally thousands of dollars in savings. However, according to a 2014 study by Complete College America, only 19% of full-time college students graduate from public colleges within four years as reported by The New York Times.
Scholarships That Pay for All 4 Years of College Although not a full ride, multiyear scholarships can significantly lower annual college tuition expenses. By Susan Dutca, Contributor July 28, 2016.
Think scholarships are just for seniors? Not so! Here’s a full list of scholarships open to high school juniors. Plus, since senior year gets even more hectic with standardized tests and college applications, now’s the best time to start writing your scholarship essays and applying for scholarships.
This scholarship is available to high school seniors or graduates who live in a targeted locked-out state and have a GPA of 2.8 or higher. Cannot be currently enrolled in a four-year college. Must have come to the U.S. before 16th birthday and must have DACA or TPS or certify that they have met the immigration eligibility criteria.
Two year college is a great way to save money and these top community college scholarships only make it more affordable! There are many paths to a meaningful life and a high paying career. While this path may be attending a four year college or university for some students, college is not one-size-fits-all and there are other options including vocational training, coding bootcamps, and two.
Essex County College Foundation Outstanding Achievement Scholarship. Essex County College Foundation established this scholarship in 2017 donate funds to decrease the costs associated with attending a four year institution for students that have and will continue to Exceed Expectations and exemplify Essex County College’s greatness.
The College Club of Greater Lawrence grants scholarships each year based on scholarship, leadership, community service, and financial need. Each scholarship recipient (1) must currently be a high school senior, planning to attend a four-year degree granting program; and (2) be a resident of Lawrence, Methuen, North Andover, or Andover, or the daughter or son of a College Club member.