About.com: College Scholarship Resources
College is expensive. Learn how to save for college, fill out the FAFSA and apply for financial aid. Every student should know about college scholarships, grants, student loans, work study jobs and part time jobs.
Federal Trade Commission: Scholarship Scams
Need Money for College? Doesn’t everybody? Unfortunately, in their efforts to pay the bills, many students and their families are falling prey to scholarship scams.
College Toolkit: Free Scholarship Search, College Search, & Career Exploration
College Toolkit is a valuable resource for everyone involved in the scholarship process. They have compiled an extensive database of scholarship opportunities for students to search, and are currently helping scholarship-granting organizations to move their applications online.
National Honor Society: Scholarships
Awards and scholarships listed on this site offer students opportunities to obtain scholarships and gain recognition for their academic efforts, service, and leadership.
National Merit Scholarship Corporation
The National Merit® Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships.
Scholarship America has been developed to mobilize America, through scholarships and educational support – making postsecondary education possible for all students.
“Hello. We think we know you. You are a good student, maybe even a great or fabulous student. You are looking forward to going to college. Or, more likely, you are in your senior year and getting organized for the full court press of getting into the college of your choice and getting the financial aid you need to be sure you and your family can afford this next step of your education.”
Scholarships.com has had one goal: to help students find the money they need to get a college education.