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17 Easy Scholarships Worth $36,250 That Will Help You Pay For College

With the cost of tuition in the U.S. rising, I figured there had to be another way to pay for college. So we found 17 easy to get scholarships worth $36,250 that will help you pay for college.

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44 College Scholarships That You Didn't Know Existed

Calling all future artists, musicians, farmers, vegetarians, candy-makers, and leaders of America. Whether you adore zombies, you’re tall,…

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100 Weird College Scholarships: Wacky Ways to Win Money for School

Can you make the best duck call or make an amazing PB&J? Are you really tall or really short? Do you have a specific name or an epic zombie apocalypse plan? We’re not kidding: All of these characteristics could help you win money from one of these weird college scholarships. - The Penny Hoarder

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How to Get Full Tuition Scholarships


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Quick Easy College Scholarships

Parents and their students are always looking for quick and easy college scholarships. More scholarship info and tips from Monica Matthews at

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American Classic Homes College Scholarship

Looking for an easy, very short essay college scholarship? Check out the American Classic Homes $1000 scholarship with winning tips by Monica Matthews.

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10 Great Sites for Finding College Scholarships

10 Great Sites for Finding College Scholarships: Here is a list of sites that I recommend to people looking to be matched with college scholarships.

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100+ Awesome Scholarships That Will Help You Pay for College

You don’t need to get straight A's, be in dire financial straits or go to a ton of activities after school every day to win a scholarship. In some cases, a special skill or interest area — like weird ways to earn or save money — can help you win an award to use toward tuition, housing or even textbooks.