How our Free Online Student Scholarship Contest Works
Entering to win our free scholarship for college is fast and easy. All you have to do is complete a short form to tell us a little about yourself and answer one essay question in 250 words or less. What is the essay question you ask?
We want you to tell us: How has choosing an online college enabled you to finish your education?
In order to qualify for the free scholarship for college, you must be:
- A legal U.S. resident of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia ;
- 18 years of age or older at the time of application
- Enrolled or enrolling in an online college, and/or an online for-credit degree program at an accredited post-secondary institution of higher learning
- See the Official Scholarship Rules for a complete set of eligibility requirements
Our experienced internal panel will serve as a scholarship review committee to assess applications for completeness, timeliness, eligibility criteria, and following the rules. Next, applications will be reviewed for originality and creativity. The remaining applications shall be considered in a semi-final holistic, blind-review process. Contenders will then be identified by the committee and the top-scoring applications shall move into the Semi-Finalist pool. Once Semi-Finalists are contacted and respond with appropriate verification documentation (i.e., any necessary proof of grades, residency/citizenship, etc.), the Finalist(s) will be verified, contacted, and publicized.
This scholarship is currently closed.
Show Me the Money
We designed this free scholarship for college contest with you and your hectic student years in mind. So, it doesn’t matter if you're a part- or full-time student, as long as you’re enrolled in an online program you're qualified to apply for this scholarship. All you need to do is follow the directions, write 250 words, and invest a little creativity!
The winner of the free scholarship for college will receive a $1,000 tuition voucher with their school’s name on it. That means it can be used for anything your school’s bursar office will allow, possibly only tuition but it may also be OK to apply it toward books and other necessities. Check with your school bursar office for the potential uses.