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Narrow Down Your Scholarship List Without Doing Any Work!
Scholarship and Fellowship Page
College can be rough and stressful as it is; college can also be a financial stress as well. Scholarship searches and applications can be very time consuming. To aid you in the process of finding scholarships that are well suited to you and in a narrower field, Dana Dawson of the Office of Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising has a blackboard page you can subscribe to. In addition to simply providing scholarship searches there are some really great resources on writing personal statements and information to be a competitive applicant.
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Use Breaks for Opportunities!
I know from experience the best time to prepare scholarship applications is during summer and winter break. When you're in the middle of the semester the best intentions to complete scholarship applications just does not happen easily with juggling coursework.