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Yes. Not only is ScholarshipOwl "legit", but it's also a useful service that can
save you both time and money.
All you have to do is fill out one application form, add necessary details if
required by individual scholarship providers, and ScholarshipOwl will apply you
to a multitude of scholarships.
It's likely that you were unaware that many of these scholarships even existed -
yet alone that you qualify for them!
We currently have hundreds of scholarships in our database and are constantly
To this date, we have applied over a hundred thousand students and sent out over
a million scholarship applications.
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Our mission at ScholarshipOwl is to help students afford college by making
scholarships easier to obtain and more accessible.
That's why we created our own scholarship, The You Deserve It Scholarship.
This scholarship is one of hundreds in our database that students may be
You can read more about the scholarship and hear from its winners here.
On the same page, you can also register for ScholarshipOwl's service for a
chance at winning The You Deserve It Scholarship.
In order to be eligible for the You Deserve It Scholarship, you must:
Be a resident of any of the 50 United States, District of Columbia or US
Territories, *(Rhode Island is excluded)
Be 16 years of age or older
Either be enrolled now, or be enrolled within three months of
registration in the Scholarship Sweepstakes, in a qualified high school,
college or university within the United States.
A winner is chosen at random once a month.
ScholarshipOwl can help get you applied to multiple scholarships easily and at
once with ONE application.
ANY individual looking for scholarship opportunities towards their college or
professional education in the US.
ScholarshipOwl will only ask for information that is needed for students to
apply for scholarships. We use the information provided to check eligibility for
potential scholarships and then apply to multiple scholarships on your behalf.
We will ask you for the same information that the scholarship fund is asking
ScholarshipOwl will provide you with a message box on its website. All emails
will be displayed there and no unwanted emails will ever hit your private inbox.
ScholarshipOwl might send some important information regarding your application
and scholarships and by unsubscribing you might miss out on some of the
Your winning chance depends on you and how well you have represented yourself
either through your essay, grades, or other factors. However, ScholarshipOwl
increases your chance in a way that students can apply to many scholarships in a
shorter period of time. We help students find many scholarships that they are
eligible for, and get you applied to a greater number of scholarships.
Many scholarship applications will require you to already be accepted to a
college or university, but there are some applications that do not even require
that much out of their applicants. If you missed the deadline for some
scholarships that you wanted to apply for, start looking for new ones. In other
words, the time to start is - NOW!
The more scholarships you apply to, the greater the chance of winning a
scholarship. Also, proofread your work and submit applications before the
deadline. The more information you give us, the more potential scholarships we
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More information will increase the number of scholarships available to you.
ScholarshipOwl will let you choose from all the scholarships in our database
that you are eligible for, based on the information you provide us when you
register. All the questions in the application serve as the eligibility criteria
and match students to scholarships that they can apply to. Information such as
GPA, current class level and choice of major are examples of some of the
criteria we use.
International students can apply as long as they are legally studying in the
U.S. or Canada.
For sure! Although some scholarships require that students are of certain age or
have certain qualifications, nontraditional students can still apply to
numerous scholarships at ScholarshipOwl.
You can close your account by contacting contact@scholarshipowl
.com with the subject “Close my account”.
We will provide you with a list of scholarships that you are eligible for. All
you need to do is to select the scholarships you like and we will apply for you.
It is important that you fill out your application fully so you get matched up
with as many scholarships as possible.
Yes. Most scholarship providers contact winners by phone or by email. If chosen
as a winner, students must provide valid information if they wish to be
contacted. Providing false information can disqualify you from scholarships.
Each scholarship has its own eligibility requirements and ScholarshipOwl will
help match students to scholarships that they are eligible for. Criteria such as
age, GPA, location, subjects of interest and ethnicity are common in finding
scholarships suited for you.
There may be additional information needed based on the number of scholarships
and their requirements. Additional work such as essays might take more time.
Please keep the deadlines in mind so that you don’t lose your chance at
scholarships you are eligible for. ScholarshipOwl is here to help students avoid
filling out the same information over and over again. It is a faster process
that helps get students applied to many scholarships in less time. Also, some
scholarships have the same essay question and students can avoid writing the
same essay twice.
Yes, there should be eligible scholarships for you that do not require an essay.
One simple application can get you applied to all the scholarships that do not
require an essay.
Most grants are needs-based, which means they are given out to students who have
financial need due to their household income.
Student loans are debts that must be paid back to the government or the loan
provider after you have finished college. You may defer your student loan
payments for up to six months after leaving school, but then you will have to
make some sort of monthly payment until the balance is paid in full. It is
better to get scholarships and grants, if at all possible, so you can avoid
heavy debt after college.
Students must unmark scholarships that they do not wish to apply to. By
unmarking the scholarships that you have applied to before, students protect
themselves from submitting multiple entries and from being disqualified.
You can check the status of the applications you’ve already submitted by signing
in and clicking on My Applications. Here, you can also see if you applied to all the scholarships you’re eligible for.
It is highly recommended that students change their personal information when
necessary. Go to My Account to make updates on your personal information.
Every scholarship has its own deadline. Some are monthly, some are only open for
a certain time period, and there are those scholarships with deadlines next
year. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the scholarship deadline has expired or
that you haven’t won a scholarship. If you haven’t received your winning call or
email, there are still new scholarship opportunities constantly available. You
can always apply to new scholarships in hope for greater chances at winning.
Login to ScholarshipOwl.com with the
details provided in our welcome mail. The My Account section will guide you
through what is needed to complete the application process.
ScholarshipOwl provides a helpful service for students looking to save time on
scholarship applications. Our full range of services is offered on a premium
level and the price is based on the range of services and total scholarships you
wish to access. We do offer introductory services free of charge.
In addition to using ScholarshipOwl to find and apply for scholarships, you
should fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You will need
to complete this application once a year to see if you are eligible for any
federal grants or student loans. Some scholarship committees and universities
require a FAFSA on file before issuing award money to a student. The application
takes about 15-40 minutes the first time around, but it should be much faster in
the years to follow.
We stand by our commitment to provide a fair and dedicated service for students looking for scholarship solutions.
Following, please find our detailed refund policy:
First charge on memberships with a free trial period
We are offering memberships with a free seven day trial period preceding payment. If you find the service unsatisfactory, you can cancel your membership at any time during the trial period here and you will not be charged.
With a Trial Membership, we offer you the opportunity to evaluate ScholarshipOwl’s premium service for free. However, once the trial period ends and you did not cancel the membership, you are charged the membership fee and will not be eligible for a refund.
If you still believe you deserve a refund please email us through our contact form or call us on: 800 494 49 08
Up front membership payments (no trial period) and repeat billing
If you purchased a paid for membership without trial, or renewed an existing paid for membership and have not used your membership during the most recent billing cycle, ScholarshipOwl will refund your money in full.
For any other scenario not covered under the points above, including partial use of your membership in the most recent billing period, refund requests for any but the last billing period, we do not issue refunds.
Please send any request or question you might have to firstname.lastname@example.org and management will review your request on an individual basis and based on the principles laid out above.
There is no limit to the amount of money you can earn in college scholarships.
However, your school may put a cap on the number of awards you can receive based
on the estimated cost of attendance. This is the amount of money that the school
has approximated to compensate for your tuition, fees, books, and living
expenses. The cost of attendance varies greatly from one school to another, and
your school's estimated costs may not reflect your actual expenses. You may
speak with your college's financial aid department to learn more about the cost
of attendance for your school and potential caps on your awards.
The cost of your college degree will depend on several factors, such as the type
of school you go to (public vs. private), the type of degree you earn (graduate
vs. undergraduate), the status of your attendance (full time vs. part time), the
type of student you are (in-state vs. out-of-state vs. online), and the cost of
living in your area. For example, the average cost of tuition, fees, room, and
board for an in-state college student at a four-year public university is
$18,943, according to The College Board. This does not account for books
and other school supplies you may need.
You can check with your school's financial aid department to learn about the
estimated cost of attendance at your school. Some schools have calculators on
their websites that estimate costs based on the types of classes you will be
taking and where you plan to be living (dorms, family, apartment, etc.). Find
out how much you will need to pay for college so you can get the right number of
scholarships to cover your costs.
While many scholarship committees reward applicants with good grades, some don't
even ask for your GPA on your application. That is because the award is more
focused on your essays, skills, goals, and overall success, not just how your
grades look on paper. If you don't do well with tests or homework, there’s still
hope of getting financial aid for college. All you need to do is apply for the
awards you qualify for and see how it goes.
Unfortunately, any student loans you already have are considered personal debts,
and they have to be paid back when you get out of deferment. With that in mind,
you can use scholarships to pay for college in the future so you do not have to
take out even more loans.
Others may require you to work at technology centers, vocational schools, or
junior colleges. You will have to research specific information about your
approved scholarships to see what will happen with your aid during the
If you drop out of college, you will not receive any money that has been awarded
to you for that semester. If you re-apply and get accepted, you may be able to
get the approved funds for the next semester, depending on the rules of the
scholarship. Note that there is a big difference between dropping out of school
and taking a break. You can remove yourself from classes for a semester without
withdrawing from the college entirely. If there is a chance you will return to
school in the next few months or even the next year, do not withdraw from school
altogether. This will preserve your admission into the school and maintain your
active financial aid.
The college may only allow you keep the awards in the amount of the costs of your
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