You can never make too much money, or be too far along in college, or be too old to qualify for financial aid. The trick is to find the right programs. We've done that for you here. Described in this unique directory are 1, 200 merit scholarships and other no-need funding programs available specifically to students already in college or students thinking about returning to college. This is your chance to get money for your education based solely on your academic record, research skills, writing ability, creative activities, religious or ethnic background, organizational or military activities, athletic success, career plans, or just pure luck in random drawings! Income is never considered in the selection process. There's no other directory like this one. That's why Choice named this the qbest of the bestq and selected it as one of its qOutstanding Academic Titles of the Yearq!Along with their application they must submit a 500-word essay on their educational and post-educational goals, and how those ... To provide financial assistance to lower-division students who are interested in joining Navy ROTC in college.
|Title||:||College Student's Guide to Merit and Other No-need Funding|
|Author||:||Gail Ann Schlachter, R. David Weber|
|Publisher||:||Reference Service Pr - 2005|