Debt reviews Scholarship Program (ID 3892)
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- As we’ve mentioned, student debt is one of the biggest types of debts many people face. Almost anyone who has put themselves through an education or who is currently attending a college or university knows how burdensome paying for a degree is. Aside from student loan forgiveness, refinancing and consolidation, scholarships are an excellent way to pay for your education. Most universities offer different types of scholarship opportunities, all you need to do is apply for them.
The thing that often turns people away from being awarded scholarships is the application process. Although many scholarship applications can be lengthy, there are hundreds available that take little time to complete, like the scholarship DebtReviews is offering. While some scholarships require applicants to fall into a specific category, such a the degree you are majoring in or cultural background, many are open to all students. These broad scholarships are ideal because they won’t limit you from the very beginning. A quick online search is the best way to start looking for scholarships, as most of the applications can be found there.
DebtReviews.com has recovered over 100 million dollars in debt relief and has a passion for giving back to students who are striving to stay out of debt, while receiving an education. Our hope is that we can inspire future generations to stay out of debt and on top of their financial situations by offering a scholarship to those deserving in the community.
- Min GPA:
- To apply for this scholarship you must:
• Have at least a 3.0 GPA
• Plan on attending a University in the Fall
• Have a desired Major relative to Business, Economics or Finance
• Be active in Philanthropy
If you fit the requirements please email us at email@example.com or fill out the form below to get more information.
- Special Criteria:
- After you provide proof that you fit the requirements, You will be required to send in a writing sample of your ideas on how America can solve the financial crisis in 750-1000 words.