List of Scholarships

Below, you will find links to more than 30 free, online scholarship search sites listing thousands of scholarships and financial aid awards worth billions of dollars. Just visit the sites which seem most appropriate for you and find the scholarships for which you are a good match.

Most of the online scholarship search sites include scholarships that can be used by students enrolled in traditional college programs or by students earning online degrees.

A well organized website with a data base of 230,000 scholarships.

A scholarship search site sponsored by The College Planning Center of Rhode Island.

An informational and scholarship search website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Chegg has a large scholarship data base and is set up so students can save information on the scholarships for which they applied. In addition, Chegg sends scholarship deadline reminders to students who use their site.

CRN offers an easy interface allowing students to search for scholarships using several categories.

They claim to have “the largest database of scholarships online and a speedy scholarship matching tool”.

Searchable by state, this site offers “a list of scholarships, fellowships and grants for LGBT and allied students at both the undergraduate and graduate-level”.

Uses a data base containing three million scholarships.

The two sites apparently partner on this free scholarship search.

They imply that they have a data base with “millions of Scholarships” worth $45 billion dollars.  Pardon our skepticism but that sounds like a lot.  On the plus side, this site was recommended to us by a college scholarship administrator.

This helpful site is run by an admissions officer at Kenyon College.

Connects students in Washington state with in-state scholarship providers.

The College Board’s free scholarship search utilizes a database of more than 2,300 sources of college funding totaling almost $3 billion in scholarships and aid.

Scholarship search service sponsored by 1st Financial Bank.

Scholarship info and other services.

This scholarship database is maintained by a non-profit organization.

If you are or will be studying nursing, give this free scholarship search a try. You will probably find more nursing scholarships here than in any other source.

International scholarships and fellowships.

The eCampusTours search uses a database of more than 10,000 scholarship programs that distribute awards worth more than $36 million.

This free scholarship search engine lists scholarships worth $1.45 billion.

Search for scholarships for Latino students.

This scholarship search is fairly unique because it features scholarships for international students and scholarships for study abroad programs.

Their data base houses 3.2 million scholarships and grants.

Started by a student in 1997, this site primarily featured engineering scholarships, but has since expanded to include others.

This site claims a scholarship database of 3,0000 sources worth up to $3 billion.

These folks call their site “Canada’s most comprehensive scholarship portal”.

Not a great looking site, but a search here might be worth a try.

Just register and search.

An online scholarship search sponsored by Harvard educated folks who publish books on college planning.

The name says it.

A free online scholarship search sponsored by the United Negro College Fund.

Not really a scholarship match program but a very good site that lists undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral awards.

The IEFA website was created to be a resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad.

A free online scholarship match program maintained by the nonprofit College Planning Network, serving students of the Pacific Northwest.

This free scholarship search sites claims to list scholarships worth more than 10 billion dollars.

They say they have “the largest scholarship database on the web”, a claim that others make as well.

Scholarship searches and other info for students.

According to their website, they have a database with a total of $1.6 million dollars in scholarships.

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