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College Scholarships: Tips to Earn Scholarships

Read on the following steps to earn college scholarships on campus.

May 15 2014, 11:40am CDT | by

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College Scholarships: Tips to Earn Scholarships

Summer holidays are approaching near. Most of the college-going students will do summer jobs. And with money being a scarce commodity, the college scholarships that can be yours for the taking are there alright. A little effort on your part may result in obtaining one and thereby profiting from the experience.

Who doesn’t like his or her way to a hot future career made easy via a bit of financial help. The scholarships that are available for those living the “prince life” in college come in many categories and genres. 

  • As a freshman, you may avail the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). All it takes is a couple of phone calls made and emails hurriedly typed out to your guardians. FAFSA is your passport to the future. But you need to be prompt about it so that you don’t miss the deadline.

  • Next step, if this fails, is to get the services of an expert in the matter. A financial aid officer can really make your day by lending you specialized advice that will resonate with your goals.

  • Then there are the assets you already possess. If you are good at sports or show remarkable capabilities in music, drama or computers, then you may be eligible for a scholarship. It will be based on the subject or field of endeavor in which you excel.

Just concentrating on what one is best at is the ideal method of grabbing a scholarship. And whether it is partial or not doesn’t matter. What matters is that in today’s times of economic crisis, every dollar saved counts.   

Source: USNews

 

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