By BookRenter Andy
Going to college can be unbearably expensive (private school especially), and most of the expense goes toward tuition. One way to offset the cost of school is to look for scholarships. I know what you¹re thinking: “Scholarships aren’t for me! I’m not smart enough! Too much competition for the things!”
Wrong on all counts. You’d be surprised by the amount of scholarships that go un-awarded because of lack of applicants. You need not be a 4.0 student or chair of the Theoretical Physics club in order to get a scholarship. A regular maestro/maestress can easily find something they have a great shot at. And unlike college, scholarships don’t cost anything to apply for.
Here’s a few resources and tips to help you start your search:
1. Go local – check your local newspaper or University newspaper this is often the best way to find relevant matches.
2. Check Your Campus – Your school registrar office, financial aid office, or career office will also have a ton of scholarships and fellowships
3. Zinch.com – Zinch has over 100,000 high school and college student members. It connects students with scholarships as well as helps students get recruited by Universities. There’s a ton of colleges and universities actively looking for students to recruit. Get on Zinch!
5. BookRenter Scholarship – Last but by no means least check out BookRenter’s $250 textbook scholarship.
Now go on and get yourself a scholarship!