College Success Scholarship by updates

We want to help you achieve your dreams of earning a college degree by giving you $1,000 towards your tuition!

College Scholarship Description

Over the past 15 years, in-state tuition for college has increased an overwhelming 296 percent. Students are graduating with debt that could follow them for 20 years. wants to help cut your college costs by offering you the chance to win our $1,000 College Success Scholarship. Fill out a short, easy application and receive a free scholarship to put towards achieving your college degree!

Scholarship Details:

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Deadline: April 1st, 2018
  • One Award Annually

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2017 Scholarship Winner

Olivia Patti

Regis University

Pre-nursing Program

Olivia Patti, Scholarship Winner

''I am a student in the pre-nursing program at Regis University. As of now I plan to graduate with a BSN in Nursing and hope to eventually be a Nurse Practitioner. I really would like to start out being a travel nurse so that I can see the world and be able to help others, which is my true passion.

This scholarship tremendously helps me further my education and ultimately reach my goal. I have always wanted to do something that will benefit others. When I was younger, my grandfather got infected with West Nile virus and was paralyzed in a hospital bed for 9 years. I spent a lot of my childhood in the nursing home and I realized that I really wanted to be a nurse and impact other people's lives like the nurses that took care of my grandfather did. His nurses made him smile and my family smile every day, even in a bad situation, and it helped us all get through his illness. I really want to impact others in the same way.

This scholarship takes me one step closer to reach my ultimate goal of being a nurse by helping me pay for school. I am so thankful to have received this scholarship and cannot wait to be able to become a nurse and greatly impact the world.''

Selection & Eligibility Criteria

Enrolled undergraduate or graduate students as well as high school seniors are encouraged to apply! Selection will be based on the free responses submitted by applicants. Financial need will not be considered.

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent U.S. Resident
  • Must be enrolled (or accepted) in an accredited college or university and planning on continuing the next year.
  • Graduating high school seniors who meet the above mentioned criteria may apply.
  • Must have a minimum of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours still to be completed.
  • Must consent to provide a digital photograph of self and quote for display on if notified as the award winner by the selection committee.

College students in class

Scholarship Award

The winner will be notified following the deadline, and the award will be sent directly to the recipient by check to the permanent mailing address noted in the application.

Academic award winners who accumulate more than $600.00 in prizes over a one-year period will be issued an IRS form 1099 (or the equivalent). This will require contest winners to provide with certain personal information prior to receipt of their winnings.

Scholarship Provider

The college scholarship award is provided by The application process is completely online.

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By Meghan Cooney
October 2018 updates paying for college

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