Scholarships

Scholarships Expiring in September

0 Comments 21 August 2017

Start the academic year strong and take a look at these scholarships expiring in September. Ivy & Roses Community Fund Scholarship – This scholarship is for students enrolled at a historically Black college or university (HBCU) in Atlanta. The scholarship recipient must be available to receive the award in person November 10 in Atlanta. Applications […]

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High School

Why You Should Have a Resume in High School

0 Comments 16 August 2017

Resumes aren’t just for people looking for jobs. High school students should have one. Here is why you should have a resume as a high school student. Scholarship Applications – Some scholarships ask students for resumes. Be prepared and have one handy. Certain popular scholarships stop taking applications once they receive a certain amount of […]

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Colleges with Amazing Dorms

0 Comments 14 August 2017

Most dorms are four walls and a bed, but some colleges have been building nicer dorms that cater to students. Take a look at these amazing college dorms across the country. University of Arizona The Hub at Tucson The Hub at Tucson is college luxury. Rooms have private bedrooms and bathrooms, walk-in closets and a […]

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Pay for College, Scholarships

Activities that Look Good on a Scholarship Application

0 Comments 09 August 2017

Spinning the activities you have done this summer, or plan to do, as things to add to scholarship essays will benefit you. Here are some activities that scholarship decision committees will be pleased to see on an application. Volunteering Volunteering is a great way to show scholarship administrators that you are a well-rounded student. You […]

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Choosing A School, College Greenlight Features

Tufts University Welcomes Low-Income and First-Generation Students

0 Comments 08 August 2017

Tufts University, located in Medford, Massachusetts, is a student-centered research university full of friendly, engaged, collaborative and civically minded people. It offers small class sizes and the individual attention of a small liberal arts college with the experiential opportunities of a large research institution. Students can take classes within three undergraduate schools — the School […]

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