Articles by Scholarship America
Reading skills are key to ensuring success in your higher education--and can help you pay for it.
A felony conviction doesn't mean you can't find money to pay for higher education.
Vegetarians, amputees, cancer survivors, and older applicants can all find help to pay for college.
These offerings may seem oddball but they can be worth some real money toward your education.
Naturalized citizens and permanent residents have options for college funds; here are some sources.
Losing a parent is devastating. Scholarships can ensure you don't lose your college education, too.
For students interested in beauty school, there are a variety of scholarships opportunities.
Don't forget to consider religious organizations when looking for education aid.
Preparing early and staying on top of the process are key when applying for college aid.
In 2012, make sure you follow these scholarship tips to help pay for college.