What’s better than free money?
Scholarships can be the ticket to making college less of a burden, at least for your wallet. (We can’t do anything about those pesky final exams, sorry.)
What’s more? There are tons of them out there, which means it can be tough to figure out which ones to shoot for.
We’re here to help.
Below are five no-essay, no-hassle scholarships you should have on your radar. Their deadlines are coming up fast, so get your applications in pronto.
Two minutes of work for a chance to get your hands on some cash? Sounds like a good deal to us. This scholarship simply requires a quick form fill-out. Yep, that’s it. Enter the Buck the Winter Blues Scholarship for a chance to win $1,000 by the end of this month, and make sure to keep an eye on their March 2018 scholarship that gives out a whopping $10,000.
ScholarshipOwl gives you access to hundreds of scholarship opportunities all under one registration. Check out their $1,000 “You Deserve It” scholarship — once you enter, they’ll give you a free list of scholarship matches. That’s great news since, when it comes to money, more is more.
This month you have a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship from Cappex. Next month, too. And the month after that, and the month after that one. See a trend here? Set a reminder on your phone to keep on entering every 30 days until you (hopefully) win.
Mind filling out a few surveys? Complete at least two at VIP Voice and you’ll be entered to win a hefty $5,000 scholarship prize. The more surveys you take, the more chances you have to win, so get cracking!
Interested in discovering more scholarships, and determining which ones you’re eligible for? Check out Niche’s scholarship tool.
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