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Help Tuition Scholarship Winner Letty Morales Win $5,000

Congratulations to our Tuition Won't Stop Me College Scholarship Winner, Letty Morales! Letty has won a guaranteed amount of $1,178, but she has the chance to win up to $5000 and you can help!

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Get the Amount up to $5000

All you have to do to help Letty Morales win the maximum Tuition Won't Stop Me College Scholarship amount of $5000 is 'like' the Study.com Facebook by December 31, 2011. That's all! For every 'like' our page receives between now and December 31, we'll add another $0.50 to Letty's scholarship amount, up to $5000! Click here to 'Like' our page and help Letty increase her award amount! She currently needs 7610 more likes to increase the scholarship amount to the full $5000 and every like counts!

Letty Morales

Letty has been chosen as the scholarship winner because her response to our scholarship question 'Is the value of a degree rising along with the cost?' received the most 'likes' on the Study.com Facebook page from December 9 - December 18. Read Letty's response below:

A degree, even if tuition rises or not, is valuable to scholars. However, it is unfortunate for students to face budget cuts with school resources (fewer classes) when tuition is rising. If higher cost prevents students from getting a degree then the value of it will be treasured even more.

Letty's comment received close to 1,000 likes, making her the winner, but we received so many wonderful responses, we want recognize our other contestants and share their great responses too. Check back later today for our Top 10 List...maybe your response is there?

See Our Other Winners!

We were so blown away with the response to this scholarship, that we decided to give away an extra $1000! See our other top winners, who were selected based on the number of Likes on their comments.

  • Samuel Vega ($500 winner)
  • Daniel Villalpando ($250 winner)
  • Brooke Jodsaas ($150 winner)
  • Sally Palomino ($100 winner)

Do I Have Another Chance to Enter?

The next Tuition Won't Stop Me Scholarship begins January 1, 2012. The rules are the same:

1. Like the Study.com Facebook page (if you haven't already).

2. Fill out our brief entry form.

3. Post your response to our question as a comment on the Study.com Facebook wall.

If your comment receives the most likes, you will be our next winner! Good luck, and remember to help Letty today!

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