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Scholarship Reports

College Planning has compiled two proprietary scholarship lists for our clients to help reduce their college loans. The first is a comprehensive list of merit-based scholarships (grants) offered by individual colleges. This report has up-to-date contact information. The second is a list of 75 non-academic based scholarship opportunities from acting scholarships to the Woman’s Jewelry Association Scholarship.No FAFSA or CSS Profile needed.
If you would like to receive a sample of either please click here. (College financial aid may be reduced)


Private Scholarships: (No financial aid forms required)

There is approximately $55 million available in college financial aid through private scholarships, through foundations, the local rotary clubs and major corporations such as Wal-Mart and Coca Cola.

Where to Apply for Private Scholarships

Helpful Hints for Private Scholarships:

  • Carefully review scholarship website privacy policy. Some search engines will sell your information to list companies.
  • To find scholarships for college freshmen start freshmen year in high school. Many deadlines are due junior year in high school.
  • The closer the scholarship matches the student the more likely he or she is a strong candidate
  • Some scholarships are not coded correctly and won’t come up on over specific search requests
  • Some colleges will reduce their college financial aid if a student receives a private scholarship

Military Scholarships
ROTC stands for Reserve Officer Training Corps. It’s a college program offered at over 1,700 colleges and universities across the United States that prepares young adults to become officers in the U.S. Military. In exchange for a paid college education and a guaranteed post-college career, cadets commit to serve in the Military after graduation. As detailed below, each Service branch has its own take on ROTC

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