Time for a money hunt: how to find scholarships
Getting scholarships is a great way to lower your tuition bill—and keep your student debt in check.
But to be successful in finding scholarships, you need a strategy—and not one of the “oh, I’ll just apply for all of them” kind. You may have a 4.0 GPA, but if the scholarship has a financial need component and you have no need (based upon family income), there is no point in applying.
Instead, do some self-assessment, determine what you have to offer, and search for scholarships that fit your profile.