Help Jason Ofodile Win Up to $5000 in the TUITION WON'T STOP ME COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP

Help Jason Increase His Scholarship to up to $5000

All you have to do to help Jason Ofodile win the maximum Tuition Won't Stop Me College Scholarship amount of $5000 is 'like' the Facebook by January 15 at 5 PM PST. That's all you have to do! Each person who Likes our page between now and January 15 will help Jason increase his award amount by $0.50! Click here to 'Like' our page and help Jason increase his award amount!

Jason Ofodile Scholarship Winner

Jason is a kinesiology student at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and appreciates the value of courses like those at! It was a tight race, but his comment about the value of free courses received over 1,300 likes! He said:

Free courses allow students with less than ideal conditions to maximize their education at lower costs. makes education a right instead of a privilege. These courses put education at the forefront of a student's agenda and most importantly, reaffirm the belief that no student should be left behind.

See Our Other Winners!

This race was so tight that we didn't know who the winner would be until the last minute. Our other entrants also strongly support the value of free courses and rallied their friends and family to help them win money for school. To help them reach their goals, we're awarding four additional prizes ranging from $100-$500.

  • Samuel Vega ($500 winner)
  • Lexy Lane ($250 winner)
  • Alisha Terry ($150 winner)
  • Gunjan Luitel ($100 winner)

Enter to Win the Next Scholarship Beginning January 16

The next Tuition Won't Stop Me Scholarship begins on January 16. You'll have another chance to win up to $5000. Like us on Facebook and subscribe to Education Insider to hear about new scholarships and opportunities for college students. Good luck!

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