WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship

Nurses and nursing assistants form the backbone of our healthcare system, operating at the front lines of medicine and providing compassionate patient care at hospitals, medical offices, hospices, and clinics, and following up to help patients manage long-term care. Nurses also play a primary role in communicating with and comforting patients’ families.

The education required to earn a nursing degree or nursing assistant certificate requires a huge investment in time and money, often burdening these dedicated professionals with high levels of student debt as they navigate the demands that come with starting an incredibly challenging career.

The WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship is dedicated to helping nursing students to offset some of the cost of the education and training that prepare them to deliver world-class care to every patient.

Scholarship Detail

  • Award amount: $500

Eligibility Requirements

  • Current graduate or undergraduate student in a nursing program or a high school senior who has plans to study nursing
  • U.S.Citizen or permanent legal resident

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WiseGeek Lifelong Learners Scholarship

The WiseGeek Lifelong Learners Scholarships is a $500 scholarship open to anyone who has student debt or expects to in the future, including those who are no longer in school or who have student debt from funding the education of a family member.

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About the Scholarship

WiseGeek (wisegeek.com) provides millions of readers with clear answers to common questions. It’s built for curious people of all ages, backgrounds, and areas of interest.

Many WiseGeek readers have student debt, either from funding their own education or that of family members. To support our readers on their financial and educational journey, we’ve created the WiseGeek Lifelong Learners Grant.

The grant will be awarded to a WiseGeek reader who is curious about the world, across a diversity of topics and interest areas.

The grant is open to anyone who has student debt or expects to in the future, including those who are no longer in school or who have student debt from funding the education of a family member.

Scholarship Details

Scholarship details

  • Deadline: The application deadline is April 16, 2022.
  • Award Amount: $500
  • Time To Apply: 2 minutes
  • Winners Announced: May 16, 2022

Eligibility Requirements

Anyone who has student debt or expects to in the future, including those who are no longer in school or who have student debt from funding the education of a family member.

Must be a U.S. Citizen or permanent legal resident

All GPAs will be considered.

All majors are encouraged to apply.

Eligibility requirements

How to Apply

You can apply for this scholarship on the Bold.org scholarship platform. To apply, you will need to set up a student profile on Bold.org and apply to the scholarship.

The scholarship is open to anyone who has student debt or expects to in the future, including those who are no longer in school or who have student debt from funding the education of a family member.

Scholarship Frequently Asked Questions

When is the scholarship deadline.

The application deadline is April 16, 2022.

What is the scholarship prize?

The scholarship award is $500.

When will the winner be chosen and notified?

The winner will be publicly announced in early November. Prior to the announcement date, we may contact finalists with additional questions about their application. Winners will be chosen based on the merit of their application.

How will the scholarship be paid?

We will send the $500 award check to the winner’s academic institution in their name, and in the name of their institution (depending on the school’s requirements). If the winner is not currently in school, we will send a check directly to the winner.

How can I contact you with questions?

If you have any questions about the scholarship, you can email [email protected]

How will my application information be used?

WiseGeek manages this scholarship with the support of the Bold.org scholarship platform. Bold.org takes student confidentiality and privacy incredibly seriously. Please refer to the application page on Bold.org for full details.

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WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship

  • Scholarship Name : WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship
  • Eligibility : Current graduate or undergraduate student in a nursing program or a high school senior who has plans to study nursing. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident.
  • Amount : $500
  • Application Deadline : 12/1/21
  • Link :  https://www.thehealthboard. com/scholarship-for-nursing- students.htm

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2022 WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship (Deadline: August 16, 2022)

February 16, 2022 By The FinancialAidFinder Scholarship Team

Who Can Apply:

  • As the driving force of opportunity today, everyone should have access to a good education to power their future and provide for later generations.
  • Nurses and their assistants dedicate their lives to public service and providing for local communities through their practice, but many prospective nursing assistants don’t have the opportunity to graduate with a degree debt-free.
  • We want to lift the burden of student debt for our future generation of students looking to provide for the public through their nursing education.
  • The WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship is designed to support students dedicated to providing equitable healthcare opportunities for all people across the nation.

Deadline: August 16, 2022

Amount: $500

Learn More: https://bold.org/scholarships/wisegeek-nursing-no-essay-scholarship/

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Types of Financial Aid

San Juan College offers a variety of financial aid options, including scholarships, grants, student employment, and loans.

These aids aim to support students by reducing financial barriers to education through merit-based rewards, need-based assistance, or practical work experiences on campus. By leveraging these opportunities, students can focus on their studies without the overwhelming stress of financial constraints.

Federal Aid

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Federal Aid/Pell Grant

The Pell Grant is the foundation of Federal Student Aid. Pell Grants are awarded to undergraduate students who have not yet earned a Bachelor's Degree. Online students are eligible for the same types of financial aid assistance available to on-campus students. Eligibility is determined through the FAFSA application, which is submitted annually. The amount that you are awarded can change each academic year. The award amount is calculated on the student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC), the cost of attendance at the institution, the semesters enrolled, and the number of hours enrolled. Students must also meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) standards. 

Lifetime Eligibility Usage (LEU) Calculation:

All students are limited to the equivalent of 6 years of 12 full-time semesters of Pell Grant eligibility. 

Since some students attend part-time instead of full-time, lifetime eligibility usage (LEU) is calculated on a percentage value rather than the exact number of semesters. 

For example, a student who attends full-time in the fall and spring semesters will use 100% of Pell Grant eligibility in that year. The chart below provides an example of semester-by-semester use:

Other Criteria:

  • Students must meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy and all other Pell Grant eligibility criteria.
  • This regulation cannot be appealed to add more semesters
  • The 12-semester limit is effective for all students. Regardless of when the student began attending college (no “grandfather clause”).
  • The eligibility does not “re-start” for skipped semesters, poor academic progress, changing majors, returning for new degrees, or transferring to a new school.

Attendance to percentage conversion chart:

To monitor how much Pell Grant you have used:

Students can review Pell Grant usage by:

  • Log onto  https://studentaid.gov/  by using your FSA ID.
  • Once logged in, you will go to your dashboard. 
  • Under "My Aid," you will click on "View Details". 
  • Note the total LEU percentage used and review your semester-by-semester Pell Grant award history.

SUMMER PELL GRANT

Students may be eligible to receive a Pell Grant in the summer semester.  Pell Grants are awarded based on enrollment status in each semester of an academic year. Students may receive a Pell Grant payment in the summer semester if:

  • The student will need to register for summer courses. Financial Aid will automatically evaluate your eligibility for the Pell Grant.
  • The student attends all three semesters in an academic year but enrolls part-time during either the fall or spring semester.  The final summer payment would be determined by the amount of funds remaining and the enrollment of the student.
  • The student attends in just the fall & summer or just the spring & summer semesters.
  • The student only attends in the summer semester.

Students must also meet Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy standards and all other Pell Grant eligibility criteria.   For any other questions regarding a summer Pell Grant, please contact the Financial Aid Office.

Student Employment

The student employment program that provides San Juan College students an opportunity to earn money through employment at the college or a San Juan College approved community service work site. 

In order to be eligible for student employment, you must:

  • Complete the FAFSA
  • Be financial aid eligible
  • Complete the SJC student employment application process
  • Be enrolled in and maintain enrollment in, at least six credits for the semester                                                                             APPLY HERE

Work Study timesheets, payroll and termination information can be found on bottom of the MYSJC Student page.

Scholarships

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San Juan College Foundation provides scholarships to deserving students each semester. Complete the application to be considered for one of the 700 scholarships awarded each semester.

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Legislative Lottery Scholarship Program 

The New Mexico Legislative Lottery Scholarship will pay a portion of tuition (up to an undergraduate degree) for students who meet the eligibility criteria listed below. 

Eligibility: 

  • Student must be a resident of New Mexico.
  • Student must have completed high school at a public or accredited private New Mexico high school, graduated from a public or accredited private New Mexico high school, or received a high school equivalency credential while maintaining residency in New Mexico.
  • Student must enroll full-time at a public post-secondary educational institution in New Mexico within sixteen months of graduation or receipt of a high equivalency credential and maintain continuous full-time enrollment. First-time enrollment within the sixteen-month period following graduation must be at a New Mexico public post-secondary educational institution. If the student enrolls full-time at ANY out-of-state institution or private in-state institution, the student shall forfeit eligibility. 
  • Student must enroll in and earn 12 credit hours per semester at a two-year New Mexico public community college.
  • Student must enroll in and earn 15 credit hours per semester at a four-year New Mexico public university. 
  • Student must maintain a 2.5 or greater cumulative grade point average (GPA) each semester of enrollment. 
  • Student with disabilities may qualify for reduced credit hour requirements and additional semesters of the scholarship. 

Award: A percentage of tuition 

Duration:  The initial scholarship shall begin with the second semester of enrollment at a public postsecondary educational institution. Thereafter, the scholarship is renewed on a per-semester basis, subject to maintaining eligibility. Students must remain consecutively enrolled each fall and spring semester to maintain eligibility for the scholarship. The scholarship may be renewed at a four-year institution until the award recipient has received seven (7) semesters of scholarship awards or until the student graduates with a bachelor's degree, whichever is sooner. Students attending a community college are eligible for three (3) semesters of scholarship awards. 

How to Apply: Student shall contact their public post-secondary educational institution's financial aid department for eligibility verification (no application needed). 

When to Apply: Student shall contact their public post-secondary educational institution for the eligibility period. 

Where to Apply: Legislative Lottery Scholarship eligibility is determined by the public post-secondary educational institution. Please contact your educational institution for details. Contact the financial aid office at (505) 566-3323 or  [email protected]

New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship

The New Mexico Opportunity Scholarship was established by Gov. Lujan Grisham in 2020. The Opportunity Scholarship covers tuition and required fees for eligible New Mexico residents pursuing career training certificates, associate degrees, and bachelor’s degrees at New Mexico public colleges and universities.  Learn More

New Mexico Scholars Scholarship

The New Mexico Scholars scholarship encourages New Mexico high school graduates to enroll in college full-time at a public or private non-profit post-secondary institution in New Mexico before their 21st birthday in an undergraduate program. The scholarship is for the period of one academic year and may be renewed annually until the award recipient has received four annual scholarship awards at SJC or until the student graduates from a four-year institution, whichever is earlier. 

Click here to apply and for eligibility requirements. (PDF)

General Scholarship

General Scholarships are awarded through a variety of sources to students.  San Juan College encourages all students to seek scholarships. To find general scholarships for which you qualify, search the websites provided below. San Juan College Financial Aid office lists several scholarships daily on the SJC Financial Aid Facebook page

  • Scholarships.com
  • Big Future by The College Board
  • School Soup
  • The Chairish "Design Your Future" Scholarship
  • Scholarship Owl
  • Sallie Mae Scholarships

What kinds of scholarships are available, and how do I get one?

There are thousands of scholarships from all kinds of organizations, and they’re not hard to find. You might be able to get a scholarship for being a good student, a great basketball player, or a member of a certain church, or because your parent works for a particular company, or for some other reason. Find out more about finding and applying for scholarships. You’ll also want to be careful and  avoid scholarship scams .

Try These Resources: Scholarships for Military Families —Provides resources and contact information for finding college scholarships for military families.

U.S. Department of Labor’s  FREE scholarship search tool

WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship 

  • Scholarship Name:  WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship 
  • Eligibility:  Current graduate, undergraduate student in a nursing program, or a high school senior who has plans to study nursing. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident. 
  • Link:  https://www.thehealthboard.com/scholarship-for-nursing-students.htm

WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship 

  • Scholarship Name:  WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship 
  • Eligibility:  Current graduate, undergraduate, or high school senior who has an outstanding record of community service. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident. 
  • Link:   https://www.homequestionsanswered.com/community-service-scholarship.htm

WiseGeek Cosmetology No-Essay Scholarship

  • Scholarship Name:  WiseGeek Cosmetology No-Essay Scholarship 
  • Eligibility:  Currently enrolled or planning on enrolling in cosmetology school. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident. 
  • Link:   https://www.beautyanswered.com/scholarship-for-cosmetology-students.htm

WiseGeek Law No-Essay Scholarship 

  • Scholarship Name:  WiseGeek Law No-Essay Scholarship 
  • Eligibility:  Current graduate or undergraduate student in a law program or a high school senior who has plans to study law. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident. 
  • Link:  https://www.mylawquestions.com/scholarship-for-law-students.htm

Beauty & Wellness Professionals Scholarship 

  • Awarded by:  BeautySchoolsDirectory.com
  • Eligibility:  Any student, including DACA recipients, who is pursuing a career in the beauty industry.
  • Apply here:   https://www.beautyschoolsdirectory.com/financial-aid/scholarships

Women in Mathematics Scholarship 

  • Eligibility:  Current undergraduate women in mathematics or related fields degree program or a high school senior who has plans to study mathematics or related fields. Must be a US Citizen or permanent legal resident. 
  • Link:  https://www.learner.com/scholarship

Women in Trucking Scholarship

  • Link:   https://www.alltrucking.com/cdl-training/financial-aid/women-trucking-scholarship

La Jolla Mom Communications Scholarship

  • Eligibility:  To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate communications or related field degree program at an accredited college in the United States OR a graduating high school senior who has plans to study communications or related fields. The scholarship recipient must be a US citizen or a permanent legal resident and will also be required to provide proof of acceptance to their college or university or a college transcript. 
  • Link:  https://lajollamom.com/scholarships/

Veterans/ROTC Benefits and Scholarships

Captain James Ahn Special Forces Memorial Scholarship  - for students who served in the U.S. Army Special Forces and are now full-time students.   

Scholarships for Military Families  - More information from Student Aid about applying for military scholarships.

Vet Student Debt Grant - The Vet Student Debt Grant is a recurring scholarship.  

Wartime/Vietnam Veteran’s Scholarships

Wartime Veterans' Scholarship Information

A state scholarship for resident undergraduate and graduate students that provides tuition, fees, and book allowances to  Military War Veterans certified by the New Mexico Veterans’ Service Commission.

Eligibility

  • The student must be a resident of New Mexico;
  • A military war veteran must submit a scholarship application to the New Mexico Department of Veterans’ Services (NMDVS);
  • Applicants must provide a certified copy of their DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, showing a combat campaign or service medal and an honorable discharge;
  • Applications will be approved on a first-come, first-served basis;
  • The scholarship applies to tuition costs, required student fees, and books directly associated with undergraduate, masters or doctoral degree work;
  • The amount of tuition to be covered by the scholarship shall not exceed the highest full-time undergraduate tuition charged at an educational institution.

When To Apply

Contact the institution for the eligibility period.

Where To Apply

Students shall apply at the eligible institution he/she will be attending.

How To Apply

The student will contact their institution’s financial aid office for application instruction.

Tuition, required fees, and required books

Each scholarship is for a period of one academic year.  Renewable if the student maintains satisfactory progress.

Vietnam Veterans' Scholarship Information

A state scholarship for resident undergraduate and graduate students that provides tuition, fees, and book allowances to Vietnam Veterans certified by the New Mexico Veterans’ Service Commission.

  • Student must be a resident of New Mexico
  • Vietnam Veteran as reviewed and certified by the NM Veterans Service Commission
  • Honorably discharged from the armed forces of the United States, who was a resident of New Mexico at the original time of entry into the armed forces or who has lived in New Mexico for ten years or more
  • Being awarded the Vietnam Campaign Medal for services in the armed forces of this country in Vietnam during the period of August 5, 1964, to the official termination of the Vietnam conflict as designated by executive order of the President of the United States, is eligible for certification

Student shall apply at the eligible institution he/she will be attending.

Student will contact their institution’s financial aid office for application instruction.

Native American Scholarships

How to Apply for Native American Scholarships 

Numerous scholarships are available, and are waiting for Native American students to apply. The eligibility requirements vary from scholarship to scholarship, as well as the deadlines for filing. Generally, you must do the following:

  • File a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA must be completed every year. 
  • Meet the scholarship eligibility requirements. 
  • Complete the scholarship application and submit it to the respective scholarship office or organization. 
  • Submit a financial need analysis (FNA) form to the SJC Financial Aid office.

Before applying for student employment or student loans, notify your financial aid advisor of any pending aid or scholarships for which you have applied. Scholarships are treated as financial aid and may result in an adjustment to any loan or student employment award you may receive. 

Educate. Enable. Empower. 

The Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship & Financial Assistance (ONNSFA) provides enrolled members of the Navajo Nation an opportunity to achieve their education goals. The ONNSFA awards financial aid and scholarships from several sources, including federal funds from the Higher Education Grant, Navajo Nation Funds, Trust Funds, and Corporate Funds. 

For more information on ONNSFA

PNM Navajo Nation Work Force Training Scholarship 

Recipients are selected on multiple criteria, and funds are limited. Not all qualified applicants will receive an award. 

  • Student must be an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation. 
  • Student will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). 
  • Student must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0. 
  • Priority will be given to full-time students (12 credits or more per semester); Part-time students will be considered if funds are available. 
  • The awards will be posted on Student Self-Service. 
  • Scholarships are generally awarded per semester for  fall and/or spring semesters . Awards are unavailable during the summer semester. 
  • Failure to meet scholarship eligibility may result in immediate cancellation of the award. 
  • Students can apply each academic year to be considered. 
  • The student agrees to write a Thank You letter and attend the PNM - Foundation Scholarship Reception in Spring. 
  • Associate of Sciences: Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, and Geology
  • Associate of Applied Sciences: Advanced Petroleum Productions Operation, Automotive Technology, Automotive Service Education Program (GM), Building Trades, Civil Drafting and Design Technology, College Automotive Program (Chrysler), Diesel Technology, Fire Science, Industrial Maintenance Mechanic, Industrial Process Operator, Instrumentation and Controls Technology, Toyota Technician Training Education Network, Occupational Safety, Petroleum Operations, Welding, Industrial Safety Technologies, Commercial Construction Safety, Controls Technology - Fundamentals, Tribal Energy Management, Information Technology.

Full Circle Scholarship

To be eligible, students must be an enrolled member (or a descendant of one) of a federally or state-recognized tribe while demonstrating a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00 and maintaining full-time enrollment. 

For more information about the Full Circle Scholarship

For more information about San Juan College Scholarships and Financial Assistance.

African American Scholarships

  • Impact Scholarship
  • UNCF Scholarships
  • Thurgood Marshall College Fund Scholarships
  • NAACP Scholarships

Hispanic/LatinX Scholarships

  • Hispanic Scholarship Fund
  • Scholarships A-Z
  • WiseGeek Recent Immigrants Scholarship
  • Hispanic Empowerment No-Essay Scholarship

The Dream U.S.

If you are a Dreamer, we can help you get the education you deserve. Helping undocumented students fulfill their college and career dreams. 

For more details and application.

Asian American/Pacific Islander American Scholarships

  • APIA Scholars
  • Asian Pacific Fund Scholarship
  • Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund
  • AANAPISI Scholarship

International Scholarships

  • ASSP Foundation
  • Bowen Web Design Scholarship
  • Global Healing Center
  • Google Lime Scholarship Program
  • L. Ron Hubbard's Illustrators of the Future Contest
  • MENSA Education and Research Foundation
  • P.E.O. Program for Continuing Education
  • P.E.O. STAR Scholarship
  • UNCF (Multiple Scholarships)
  • Women in Aerospace Foundation, Inc. Scholarship
  • eduPASS Scholarships

The Gates Scholarship

Description

The Gates Scholarship (TGS) is a highly selective, last-dollar scholarship for outstanding, minority, high school seniors from low-income households. Each year, the scholarship is awarded to 300 of these student leaders, with the intent of helping them realize their maximum potential.

Scholars will receive funding for the full cost of attendance* that is not already covered by other financial aid and the expected family contribution, as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the methodology used by a Scholar’s college or university.

*Cost of attendance includes tuition, fees, room, board, books, and transportation and may include other personal costs.

Basic Eligibility 

To apply, students must be:

  • A high school senior
  • From at least one of the following ethnicities: African-American, American Indian/Alaska Native*, Asian & Pacific Islander American, and/or Hispanic American
  • Pell-eligible
  • A US citizen, national, or permanent resident
  • In good academic standing with a minimum cumulative weighted GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) 

 Additionally, a student must plan to enroll full-time in a four-year degree program at a US-accredited, not-for-profit, private, or public college or university.

*For American Indians/Alaska Natives, proof of tribal enrollment will be required. 

For more information on The Gates Scholarship.

Early Childhood Education Scholarships

The ECECD Scholarship is based on a cost-share model for New Mexico early childhood educators working in:

Licensed or registered childcare programs

State-funded Pre-K or Early Pre-K programs

State-funded New Mexico Home Visiting or Family Infant Toddler (FIT) programs

To qualify for a scholarship, all applicants must:

Enroll in a qualifying New Mexico higher education institution.

Work a minimum of 20 hours per week at a qualifying Early Childhood Program.

Remain eligible throughout the duration of the scholarship.

Take six credit hours per year.

Approved Certificate and Degree Programs:

Child Development Certificate (state-awarded)

Child Development Certificate of Achievement

Early Childhood Program Administration Certificate of Completion

Infant Family Studies Certificate of Achievement

Early Childhood Multicultural Education Birth: Age 4

Early Childhood Multicultural Education Age 3:  Grade 3

Early Childhood Multicultural Education Early Childhood Program Administration Concentration

Early Childhood Multicultural Education Infant Family Studies Concentration

Social Work  (Home Visiting Program only)

Counseling  (Home Visiting Program only)

ECECD Scholarship Application

Teacher Preparation Affordability Scholarships

The purpose of the Act is to encourage eligible New Mexico students to attend and complete an accredited public education department-approved teacher preparation program at a New Mexico public post-secondary educational institution or a tribal college by providing a scholarship opportunity. The scholarship is intended to help defray the educational expenses charged by the public post-secondary institution or tribal college, including tuition, fees, books and course supplies, and living expenses.

  • Must be a resident of New Mexico or is eligible for the nondiscrimination waiver.
  • Is enrolled at least half-time in a teacher preparation program at an eligible institution and who is pursuing a teaching degree at any time later than 120 days following high school graduation or the award of a high school equivalency credential recognized by the State of New Mexico;
  • Has not earned appropriate educational credentials to be licensed as a teacher by the public education department; and
  • Has demonstrated financial need as determined by the institution.

How to Apply

Students shall contact the teacher preparation program at the relevant institution for scholarship application instructions.

Students shall apply directly to the teacher preparation program at the relevant institution.

Institutions shall make awards based on financial need. Awards shall not exceed $6,000 per academic year.

The scholarship shall continue as the recipient maintains satisfactory academic progress at the eligible educational institution, but in no event shall the recipient receive the scholarship for more than five academic years.

Award Amount

The amount of the scholarship award to the recipient shall be based on financial need not exceeding $6,000 per year.

Grow Your Own Teachers

The “Grow Your Own Teachers Act” seeks to provide opportunities for educational assistants to pursue careers in teaching in New Mexico by providing scholarship opportunities for educational assistants who may want to attend a public post-secondary educational institution in New Mexico to earn a bachelor’s degree in education.

The program provides for professional leave and scholarship awards to qualified educational assistants. The scholarship is intended to help defray the educational expenses charged by the institution, including tuition, fees, books, and course supplies.

  • Must be a U.S. citizen and resident of New Mexico;
  • Accepted into an accredited public education department-approved teacher preparation program at an eligible institution;
  • Has not earned appropriate educational credentials to be licensed as a teacher by the public education department;
  • Has demonstrated financial need as determined by the institution and the student’s FAFSA; and
  • Has worked as an educational assistant in a New Mexico public school for at least two years and is in good standing with the New Mexico public school.

Eligible Schools

  • Public schools
  • Tribal schools
  • State institutions
  • Special schools
  • State agencies that employ educational assistants

Students shall contact the teacher preparation program at the relevant institution for scholarship application instructions.      

Process of Seeking GYOT Scholarship - An EA who is seeking the scholarship must:

  • Apply to a teacher preparation program;
  • Petition his or her school requesting professional leave for college classes, examinations, and practice teaching, which the school is to grant if the EA receives a GYOT scholarship, and submit this petition to the teacher preparation program,
  • Submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to demonstrate Pell eligibility.

Institutions shall make awards to qualifying educational assistants based on financial need. Awards shall not exceed $6,000 per academic year for no more than five years.

STEM-H Scholarship

The Four Corners Noyce Scholars program is a collaboration between Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, and San Juan College.  The National Science Foundation funds it.

It aims to provide scholarships to graduates with bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering, or math to pursue alternative licensure through San Juan College or Fort Lewis College.

Students interested in a career in a STEM-H field should apply:

San Juan Four Corners Noyce Scholarship

Daughters of the American Revolution

All applicants must be citizens of the United States and must attend or plan to attend an accredited college or university in the United States. Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) chapter sponsorship is not required; however, a DAR member may be used as a reference or may assist you with your application. 

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)

Fire Fighters & Peace Officers Survivors Scholarships

A state scholarship that recognizes the importance of the duties performed by our firefighters and peace officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. The program provides survivors with an opportunity for a college education through a scholarship. 

  • The student and honorable deceased must be a resident of New Mexico. 
  • Attend a public post-secondary institution (in or out of New Mexico). 
  • Survivor: spouse, adopted, or natural children must be twenty-one years of age or under at the time of death. 

How to apply

The student will request an application by emailing [email protected]

When to apply

Applications must be received by September 1st of each year.

Tuition, room, and board, up to the average cost of attendance at a New Mexico public research university. 

Duration 

Each scholarship is for a period of up to six academic years. 

Nursing Scholarships

Nursing Loan-For-Service Program

The purpose of the Nursing Loan-For-Service is to increase the number of nurses in areas of the state that have experienced shortages by making education loans to students entering nursing programs. As a condition of each loan, the student shall declare his/her intent to practice as a health professional in a designated shortage area within the state of New Mexico. For every year of service provided in a designated shortage area within New Mexico, a portion of the loan will be forgiven. If the entire service agreement is fulfilled, 100% of the loan is eligible for forgiveness. Penalties will be assessed if the service agreement is not satisfied. 

  • New Mexico Resident (12 consecutive months);
  • Official Acceptance into a nursing program at a New Mexico public college or university;
  • Enrolled at least half-time;
  • Demonstrate financial need (meeting all FAFSA & SAP requirements);
  • The student must declare his/her intent to practice as a health professional in a designated shortage area within the state of New Mexico. 

How To Apply:

  • The student shall complete the FAFSA;
  • Complete the Loan-For-Service Application;
  • Submit the complete application packet to the New Mexico Higher Education Department via email;
  • Current program recipients will need to apply each year for funding.

When To Apply:

The application opens every year on May 15th and closes on July 1st.

Where To Apply: 

The application will be available below starting May 15th and will be removed from the page on the closing date of July 1st. 

The award is based on the financial need of the student. The award may not exceed $12,000.00 per year. 

The award is for a period of one year but may be renewable for up to four years upon resubmission of an application each year. 

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HeySunday’s Annual Eco-Warrior Scholarship

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Eligibility: Open to all high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate students. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident.
  • Recurring: Annually, with the deadline on December 1 each year

For more information and application 

Student Loans

Student loans are a form of financial aid that can help you pay for tuition, books, and living expenses while you're in school. SJC offers the following loans:

  • Federal Direct Subsidized Loans - A loan for students who have financial needs as determined by the FAFSA. Interest is not charged on subsidized loans while you're in school at least half-time (6 credits). 
  • Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans  - A loan that is not based on financial need. Interest is charged during all periods. 
  • Federal PLUS (Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students) Loan - An unsubsidized loan for the parents of dependent students. PLUS, loans help pay for education expenses up to the cost of attendance minus all other financial assistance. Interest is charged during all periods. 
  • Private Education Loan - Private loans are education loans that are not funded by the federal government. They are loans that are borrowed from private lenders (such as banks). Private loans may be borrowed alone or as a supplement to your existing federal student aid package as long as your total award amount is lower than your cost of attendance. Unlike federal loans, private loans are subject to credit approval and usually have a higher interest rate. 

If you are interested in student loans, there are a few things you will need to do:

  • Complete the  FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Be sure to add San Juan College as the school to receive your FAFSA information. 
  • Submit all requested forms and/or documents to the SJC Financial Aid office. 
  • If you are new to college or just new to SJC, the student will need to attend a first-time borrowers loan seminar. 
  • Students can complete the First-Time Borrowers Loan Seminar by  clicking this link HERE . Please watch the full presentation and answer the short questions at the end. Once the presentation has been completed, your attendance will automatically be recorded. In order for your attendance to be recorded, you will need to log in with your SJC username and password. If you cannot log in, please call the Help Desk at 505-566-3266. 
  • Complete the  Annual Student Loan Acknowledgment
  • Complete the  Master Promissory Note
  • Complete the  Federal Entrance Counseling
  • Be enrolled in six credit hours or more (at least half-time status) 
  • Maintain at least half-time enrollment status
  • Complete a San Juan College loan application, which can be found on MySJC. Learn how to submit financial aid forms and documents.

Deadline for Loans: 

  • Fall - November 1
  • Spring - April 1
  • Summer - July 1 

Private Loans

A private loan is a non-federally funded student loan borrowed from a lender. These loans require credit approval and often a co-signer. Private loans typically have higher interest rates, fewer repayment options, and can have additional fees. So, it is important to carefully consider your options when deciding whether a private loan is right for you.

Private loans may be a good choice for you if:

  • You have no remaining federal loan eligibility due to maximizing your undergraduate borrowing limits.
  • You are ineligible to receive federal student aid due to financial aid suspension, or you are in default with federal student loans.

If you decide a private loan is a good option, please carefully read all of the disclosure information provided by the lender. You must be enrolled in at least six credit hours in an eligible degree or certificate program to be awarded a private loan. Shop around and do your research before selecting the right private lender for you.

Please visit LendEDU  for private loan refinancing and consolidation options.

To compare lenders and apply for a private loan, please visit our FASTChoice site . 

Tuition payment options

Tuition payment options are available through the SJC business office : 

  • Payment plans via NelNet
  • Online payments via credit/debit card
  • In-person payments via credit/debit card, cash, check, or money order

You do not need to set up a payment plan if you have been awarded financial aid. If you have already set up a payment plan, please cancel it after you have been awarded financial aid. Your financial aid award will automatically apply to your account balance 3-4 weeks after your classes start. If your financial aid award does not cover your entire bill, you are responsible for paying the remaining charges. You can review your account balance through MySJC via self-service. 

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27 Easy, No Essay College Scholarships

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Scholarships are important for most college students; even partial scholarships can significantly reduce the financial burden of higher education. Many partial scholarships don’t have restrictions on how many you can qualify for, so it’s wise to apply for as many as possible.

While some scholarships have an intense application process, there are plenty of options that are far more accessible. We’ve compiled a list of no-essay scholarships that don’t take more than a few minutes to apply for. Some of these easy scholarships are intended for students at any education level, including any high school student, undergraduate, or graduate student.

Every opportunity on this list has a short application with no essay questions. These scholarships don’t have minimum GPA requirements, and most are open to students at every level: high schoolers, undergrads, and graduate students. Take a few minutes to browse the options and apply for the ones you qualify for. You could end up with a much lower tuition payment and a happier bank account!

The Best Easy Scholarships to Apply for in 2022

Here are a few examples of easy scholarships that students can apply to. Some of these scholarships are open to students at any academic level, including one loan forgiveness award for anyone with student debt. 

“Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship

As students join the Bold.org platform, they get the opportunity to showcase their goals, achievements, and drive to scholarship panels via their student profile. The $25,000 “Be Bold” award is a no-essay award that will be given to the applicant with the boldest profile. For bold.org, the boldest does not mean “best” or “most accomplished.” Instead, bold.org believes that the boldest means to be earnest, determined, and moving. This award will be given to the student whose profile closely matches these characteristics. 

  • Deadline: The application deadline is June 1, 2022.
  • Award Amount: $25,050
  • Time to Apply: 2 minutes
  • Winner Announced: November 30, 2022

Nitro Pay For College No-Essay Scholarship

Nitro is a leading financial aid and loan resource platform, guiding students on everything from FAFSA to best practices for federal and private loans. By applying, students will be automatically registered for Nitro. This sets students up for success in funding their education in the most effective way. This award will be given to the applicants who get the most out of the Nitro platform.

  • Award Amount: $10,000
  • Winner Announced: December 1, 2022

Forget Your Student Debt No-Essay Grant

The Forget Your Student Debt Grant is open to anyone with student debt. Adults who have started their careers and are no longer in school are fully eligible. The only criteria is that you have student debt payments to make. 

  • Deadline: The application deadline is June 1, 2022

Informed Consumer Scholarship

The Informed Consumer Scholarship will be awarded to one student in any field of study who is interested in making the smartest financial decisions possible as they fund their education. To apply, students will be introduced to a favorite money-saving tool. Applicants who display excellent habits as informed consumers will have a better chance of winning this award. 

  • Award Amount: $1,000
  • Winner Announced: February 1, 2023

Verto Semester Abroad Scholarship

With Verto, students can start their college experience abroad in an epic destination while staying on track to graduate in four years. Students can also use their Verto app to gain admission to Verto’s 70+ partner colleges, where course credits will transfer seamlessly. For this award, all high school seniors who have a GPA of 2.5 or higher and a strong interest in studying abroad are eligible to apply. 

  • Winner Announced: July 1, 2022

Lifelong Learners No-Essay Scholarship

The Bold Lifelong Learners No-Essay Scholarship exists to support lifelong learners that want to acquire a new skill that will be transformative in their lives, whether it be learning to code, digital marketing, writing, or whatever will have a lasting impact on their lives. All students who have a passion for learning are eligible to apply for this scholarship opportunity. 

  • Deadline: The application deadline is May 29, 2022.
  • Award Amount: $500
  • Winner Announced: June 29, 2022

Pay it Forward No-Essay Scholarship

One of the many ways people give back is by paying it forward; giving an act of kindness to someone in hopes that they will carry the torch onward to someone else. To promote kindness and to encourage students to continue paying it forward, the Bold Pay it Forward No-Essay Scholarship will be awarded to one student from any field of study who is committed to pay it forward. 

  • Deadline: The application deadline is May 28, 2022.
  • Winner Announced: June 28, 2022

Women’s History Scholarship

In order to offset the wage gap and help women break into male-dominated fields, such as engineering, government, and tech, it’s critical that women have the necessary resources to follow through on their goals. This award seeks to support female students so they can complete their degrees and go on to promising careers. Any high school senior, undergraduate, or graduate student who identifies as female may apply for this award.

  • Deadline: The application deadline is August 31, 2022.
  • Winner Announced: September 7, 2022

CollegeVine Dream School Scholarship

This award aims to simplify the college application process and help high school students get accepted to their dream colleges. To apply, students will need to sign up with CollegeVine to calculate their chances of getting into their dream school! Students will need to factor their extracurriculars, intended major, background, and more, then they’ll get custom recommendations for how to improve their odds-all for free. By signing up for CollegeVine, students get access to tools that help them discover schools, understand their chances, and get personalized guidance for every step of the admissions process.

  • Winner Announced: October 6, 2022

WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship

When students find ways to support their community, they contribute to the virtuous cycle of giving that helps individuals and the entire community grow stronger. The WiseGeek No-Essay Community Service Scholarship exists to help current students who go above and beyond to support their school and broader community. This award is open to all students in any field of study.

  • Deadline: The application deadline is August 16, 2022.
  • Winner Announced: September 16, 2022

The Asian American/Pacific Islander Scholarship

Asian American/Pacific Islander scholarship

Asian American and Pacific Islanders students are one of the most diverse and vibrant group of students at U.S. colleges and universities, representing families with roots in more than 50 countries and regions and every socio-economic status. While representation on U.S. campuses continues to grow, many AAPI students need help pursuing a college degree. The  bi-annual Asian American/Pacific Islander Scholarship  was created to support those dreams and increase diversity at colleges and universities across the U.S.

  • Deadline:  The application deadline is April 16, 2022.
  • Award Amount:  $750
  • Time To Apply:  2 minutes
  • Winners Announced:  May 16, 2022

The Hispanic Empowerment No-Essay Scholarship

Hispanic Empowerment scholarship

Students from Spanish or Latin American backgrounds are attending college in greater numbers than ever before, making up more than one-fifth of American college students. Many are among the first in their families to pursue a college degree and more than 60% of the students who identify as Hispanic need some level of financial aid to complete their studies. The  Hispanic Empowerment No-Essay Scholarship  is meant to encourage students from Hispanic families to attend and stay in college by helping them pay tuition or repay student loans.

The First-Generation College Students Scholarship

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Being the first in their families to attend college makes first-generation students among the most motivated and dedicated at their schools. Academically prepared and highly talented, they often serve as role models for younger family members. To help prevent financial challenges from dashing the dreams of their parents and grandparents, the  First-Generation College Students Scholarship  is dedicated to supporting current or aspiring students who are the first in their family to attend college or university.

  • Deadline:  The application deadline is Feburary 1, 2022.
  • Award Amount:  $500

The Psychology No-Essay Scholarship

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A degree in psychology can lead to a wide variety of careers in mental health and other kinds of counseling, social work, and teaching – careers that impact all of society. So it’s important that the diversity of students who major in psychology reflects the diversity of the communities they will serve.  The Psychology No-Essay Scholarship  is meant to support and encourage diversity in the profession of psychology. It is open to current or aspiring psychology majors from all backgrounds.

Entrepreneurship Matters Scholarship

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Entrepreneurs challenge the status quo, come up with creative solutions to hard problems, and push advances in every field. And while being a successful entrepreneur can lead to being your own boss and having a career you’re passionate about, it can take a lot of hard work to get there. The  Entrepreneurship Matters Scholarship  is open to bold innovators who want to change the world.

LGBTQ+ Awareness Scholarship

LGBTQ+ awareness scholarship

For decades, members of the LGBTQ+ community have been denied the rights and opportunities that others enjoy. While there have been advancements in equality, there are still members of the LGBTQ+ community who face prejudice and other challenges. Designed to combat discrimination, the  LGBTQ+ Awareness Scholarship  is open to all students who identify as members of this community.

WiseGeek Disability Scholarship

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In many cases, those with mental and physical disabilities are limited not by their conditions, but by discrimination and lack of opportunities. It’s vital to ensure that every individual has equal rights and access to the same academic and professional options. Students of all grade levels and fields of study are eligible to apply for the  WiseGeek Disability Scholarship .

Recent Immigrants Scholarship

recent immigrants scholarship

Immigrants built the United States and have been responsible for some of the country’s most profound accomplishments. Unfortunately, many immigrants still face discrimination and stigmatization, making it harder for them to access the same academic and professional opportunities as those born in the county. The  Recent Immigrants Scholarship  is intended to support and encourage immigrants to reach their career goals.

WiseGeek Nurse Appreciation Scholarship

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Nurses are essential to the healthcare system, both in the United States and abroad. Despite good job stability and open positions throughout the country, there is a significant shortage of nurses. The  WiseGeek Nurse Appreciation Scholarship  is designed to encourage students to consider this career by providing financial support to nursing students.

The Diversity in Law Scholarship

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Lawyers form the backbone of freedom and justice in the U.S., and we believe that diversity in the legal sector is the key to protecting the rights of all Americans. Unfortunately, the legal industry is one of the least diverse professional areas in the U.S. We want to support and encourage minority students who are pursuing legal careers.  The Diversity in Law Scholarship  provides financial assistance to law school students of a racial minority.

”Fight for Equality” Women in STEM Scholarship

fight for equality women in STEM scholarship

Women are significantly underrepresented in the STEM workforce, and we want to help change that. Diversity in any career field is important, and it’s especially vital in STEM industries where different experiences and perspectives can lead to innovative problem-solving. WiseGeek wants to encourage women to pursue degrees and careers in science, technology, engineering, and math with our  ”Fight for Equality” Women in STEM Scholarship .

Mental Health Well-Being Scholarship

mental health well-being scholarship

While awareness of mental health issues continues to grow in the U.S., it can still be hard for students to find the support they need to deal with emotional challenges, academic pressure, and new responsibilities. It can be especially hard to dedicate time and resources to mental health treatment during college, when schedules and finances are tight. The  Mental Health Well-Being Scholarship  is designed to help students who have faced these issues.

Military Appreciation Scholarship

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As Americans, we rely on the men and women in the U.S. military to protect our freedoms and keep us safe. However, it can be easy to forget that serving in the military is a tough job. Service members often have to put their personal goals and educational plans on hold during training and deployments. The  Military Appreciation Scholarship  is intended to honor, support, and thank those who have chosen to serve. It’s open to current, former, and future members of all U.S. military branches.

WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship

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Nurses have never been more essential. They care for patients at every stage of life, delivering our babies, easing our pain and getting us back on our feet after illness and injury, and comforting our families in the darkest of times. It is one of the toughest – and most fulfilling – careers anyone can choose. To encourage high school students to pursue a nursing career and help while in school, the  WiseGeek Nursing No-Essay Scholarship  helps current and aspiring nurses pay for tuition or repay their student loans.

  • Deadline: The application deadline is April 16, 2022.

community service scholarship

Community service strengthens our society by improving lives, building connections, and tearing down barriers. The volunteers who give so much back to their communities deserve all the support we can give them, including help paying for a college education. The  WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship  recognizes the invaluable contributions of high school and college students who commit their time and energy to lift up their neighbors and neighborhoods.

WiseGeek Cosmetology No-Essay Scholarship

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All of us want to look our best for our big events and in our everyday personal and professional lives. The hairstylists, barbers, and estheticians who help us keep our look on point put in thousands of hours of hard work to learn and perfect their craft and to earn the cosmetology licenses they need to work in the beauty industry. Each year the  WiseGeek Cosmetology No-Essay Scholarship  helps a dedicated beauty professional offset some of the costs of that intensive training.

WiseGeek Law No-Essay Scholarship

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Earning a law degree requires top-notch organizational, analytical, and communications skills – and a lot of help. Most new lawyers come out of school with a significant amount of debt, which can make it harder to launch their hard-earned careers. The  Wisegeek Law No-Essay Scholarship  is awarded each year to new or aspiring lawyers to help offset some of the costs of pursuing a Juris Doctor degree.

This list is just a sample of some of the free scholarships you can find. As you’re making plans to start or continue your college education, take a few minutes to apply for scholarships. Minimizing the financial stress of college can ensure a better educational experience and give you the foundation you need to achieve your goals.

What qualifies as an easy scholarship?

Generally, easy scholarships have no specific criteria for winning, and they only require minimal effort to apply for. The online application process is quick and simple. Some of these awards can be worth hundreds of dollars, which is a substantial payout for a few minutes of your time. These awards can help students planning to pursue an undergraduate degree in the future, current undergraduate students, and current graduate students looking for ways to pay for college.

No requirement to do anything new

One key aspect of an easy scholarship contest is that it doesn’t require you to do anything new to apply. For awards with no essay, you don’t need to spend hours crafting a paper or a personal statement.

As a high school senior, you may have past work that qualifies for some programs, so you don’t have to do anything else. For example, if you already have 50 hours of community service documented, applying for a scholarship with that criteria doesn’t require you to make any further effort.

A minimal application process

A minimal application form is one of the hallmarks of an easy scholarship – you shouldn’t need to provide a lot of paperwork or other materials. Most of these awards just ask you for basic information, such as your name. Sometimes can be automatically entered by creating a free profile on the organization’s website.

Some quick and easy scholarships cater to specific groups, such as bachelor’s degree students or those pursuing a culinary career. For these applications, you may need to provide transcripts or other evidence that you meet the eligibility requirements.

The award is available for what you’re already doing

Some scholarship applications that don’t include essays may require you to submit other materials, such as a poem, video, or report about a historical figure. But you may already have something to submit thanks to your current interests and hobbies.

Did you spend your time as a high school freshman writing songs or doing science experiments? You might have everything you need for the application. Look for programs related to your hobbies, and submit your application for the chance to get paid for what you enjoy doing.

A small pool of applicants

Other scholarships give you a better chance of winning through sheer probability. For example, there are over 1.5 million high school students hoping for a shot at the National Merit Scholarship, but many students with spectacular grades and test scores will not end up winning the money.

However, many awards have less competition, even those open to all college students. By applying for these, you have a good shot at winning just based on the fact that you are competing with fewer people.

How to apply to easy scholarships

In most cases, applying is very straightforward:

Get organized

Make a list of all the awards you want to apply for along with their due dates. It’s never too early to plan for college – even high school freshmen can start thinking about scholarship applications.

Make a plan

Because there are so many scholarships, it’s essential to plan your time so you can meet the deadlines of all the programs you want to apply for. By casting a wide net, you have the best chance of getting a lot of your tuition covered.

Use your time wisely

Most awards don’t take long to apply for, so you can get a lot of them done at once. Essay-required programs will probably take more time. It’s best to start with the time-consuming applications first and leave the easy ones for later when your brain is ready for a break.

By the time you’re a grad student, you’ll have a very efficient process for applying for scholarships.

Tips for winning easy scholarships

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Here are some top tips for getting money to cover your education-related expenses.

1. Pay attention to deadlines.

Deadlines for scholarships can vary wildly, though spring is generally considered the “high season.” Keep track of deadlines, so you don’t miss out on any money due to a late application.

2. Read the entire application.

Even if the award you want has a minimal application form, it’s always good to make sure you understand the entire process. You don’t want to waste time applying for scholarships you aren’t eligible for, and you don’t want your application to get rejected because you missed a step when you were filling it out.

3. Keep checking for new opportunities.

Scholarship opportunities pop up all the time, so it’s a good idea to search for new awards every month on the  best scholarship websites . Even after you’ve filled out your fall and spring applications, keep an eye open for some “late” awards with deadlines in the summer. Check your school’s scholarship winners page for information on additional opportunities.

4. Apply to as many as possible.

There is no limit to the number of awards you can apply for or get, so it’s good to apply for as many scholarships as possible. This is especially true for easy no essay scholarships with applications that don’t usually take more than a few minutes to complete.

5. Work with a private tutor.

Are  private tutors  really worth the money? Is it better to study by yourself than take private lessons? What are private tutors doing that you can’t do on your own? These are questions many students ask themselves, especially when they see how expensive private tutoring is. But do not be fooled – private lessons are definitely worth it. They will teach you the skills you need to succeed at GCSE and A-level exams, as well as help you learn more effectively, which is why private lessons are one of the best ways to boost your grades to increase your chances of winning scholarships.

How to avoid scholarship scams

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There are plenty of legitimate opportunities available, but there are also some fraudulent sites. Here are some tips for avoiding scholarship scams.

1. Watch for phishing.

Most easy scholarships require you to provide basic personal information: name, contact info, and date of birth. Be wary of sites that ask for a lot of sensitive details, such as old addresses, parental information, and bank account data. These types of questions are usually designed to facilitate identity theft.

2. Don’t pay to submit your application.

Scholarship programs are all about giving money away, not taking it. If you have to pay a fee to submit your application, chances are it’s not a legit scholarship opportunity.

3. Keep your Social Security number private.

While it may seem like you have to write your SSN on a lot of different forms, you shouldn’t need to give it to most scholarship providers. If the application does ask for your Social Security number, be wary.

4. Avoid companies that offer to “find” opportunities for you.

Along with fake awards, there are also fraudulent companies that make money by selling unnecessary scholarship “services.” There are no legitimate organizations that have access to programs you can’t find on your own. Don’t pay a fee to any company that says it can find and apply for “secret” scholarships that you can’t access yourself.

Frequently asked questions about easy scholarships

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Find answers to some of the most common questions about easy college scholarships.

How many scholarships should I apply for?

There is no limit to the number of awards you can apply for, so it’s wise to submit as many applications as possible. Maybe set aside time for a monthly scholarship application session.

How can I improve my chances of winning easy scholarships?

The best way to improve your chances of winning scholarships is to apply! There are countless prizes out there for eligible students. The more you can apply for, the better your chances of winning some of them.

Are no essay scholarships legit?

Yes. There are plenty of legitimate scholarships without essays. Some awards are as simple as a random drawing.

Are there any drawbacks to applying for easy scholarships?

One potential downside to applying for a no essay scholarship is that you may not end up winning it. However, if the application is simple, you don’t have to worry about wasting time, even if you don’t end up winning.

In many cases, easy scholarships award less money than programs with detailed application requirements. If you have a limited amount of time, use it to apply for a wide range of opportunities.

What is the best strategy for applying for easy scholarships?

Organization and efficiency are two critical strategies for applying for scholarships. Once you have an idea of all the easy scholarships you want to apply for, make a list of the due dates so you can prioritize which ones to go for first.

Websites make it easy to use your time efficiently – with just a few clicks, you can apply for a lot of no essay scholarship awards quickly. Sometimes, you can create a free account to apply for scholarships automatically.

How easy is it to get a scholarship?

It depends on the scholarship contest. To get a full-ride athletic or academic scholarship, you need to be at the top of your game or your class. However, scholarships without essays are easier to get because you don’t have to ace standardized tests or break state football records.

How to find easy scholarships?

The internet is the best source of information on free money for college. Along with the awards you can find through an online search, it’s worth looking at a few other potential sources:

  • Your employer
  • Your parents’ employers
  • Your church or religious community, especially if you plan to attend a Bible college
  • Your chamber of commerce
  • Local charities or community organizations

You can also contact your university directly to see if they have any  scholarships for high school seniors , current college students, or graduate students. Use the library to get information on local scholarship winners, like high school athletes or musicians.

Are scholarships taxable income?

In most cases, scholarship money is tax-free. According to the IRS, there are only a few circumstances when you need to include scholarship funds in your gross income:

When you use the money for incidental expenses, such as travel and equipment If you pay for room and board with the money If the money comes from teaching, research, or other services that you must perform to keep the scholarship

Generally, scholarship funds are tax-free if you use them to pay tuition at an accredited college or university.

What’s the difference between a grant and a scholarship?

Both grants and scholarships are “gift” types of financial aid, which means that you don’t have to pay them back (unlike student loans). However, while scholarships are usually based on merit, most grants are awarded based on financial need.

When to apply for scholarships?

There are three application “seasons”: fall, spring, and summer. Most programs with fall deadlines are for the following school year. For example, a scholarship with a deadline of October 31, 2021, would most likely provide money for the 2022-2023 school year. High school seniors planning to attend college next year should start looking at scholarships in the fall.

Spring is the most crucial time for high school students to look for scholarships – most of these awards have a deadline of May 31. The money applies to the school year starting in the fall.

Additionally, there are some scholarship programs with deadlines over the summer. While these can provide money “immediately” (for the upcoming school year), the application process can feel rushed, especially for students getting ready for their freshman year.

In general, it’s best to apply for scholarships as soon as possible. High school juniors can use the spring and summer before their senior year to start researching the available programs. Current college students can continue to apply for new awards each year.

How many scholarships can I get?

There’s no limit to the number of scholarships you can get. The more gift money you receive, the less student debt you need to take on. However, if you are planning to use financial aid to pay for school, getting a lot of scholarship money can impact the amount of aid you qualify for. If this happens, it shouldn’t affect how much you have to pay for school – it just means that the financial aid money is replaced by the scholarship funds.

Are scholarships just for high school seniors?

No, there are many scholarships for students at any education level, including undergraduate and graduate students. There are also many easy scholarships for high school students that are juniors, sophomores, and freshmen.

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20 Scholarships for Community Service Students to Apply for in 2024

With the ability to turn volunteer work into a method of paying off student loans, community service students can afford to take larger student loans than other graduate students. Not only that, but volunteering has a history of making anyone associated 27% more likely to receive employment.

So, with all these positives that come with community service in college, why are college students less likely to volunteer for community service programs than high school seniors or students?

Most community service students do not have enough time to participate in community service without feeling stressed. Not to mention that with the financial strain placed upon college students and graduates, many have to fulfill work-study or other scholarship requirements even to attend a university. This leaves college students with very little time to volunteer compared to high school seniors. For that reason, these high school students may find it more valuable to volunteer for community service as high school seniors because that is the time when they are less swamped with homework and deadlines that come with a college education. 

The Challenges of Community Service Students Applying for College 

One common element for high school students interested in community service is the lack of clarity surrounding college community service opportunities. Many undergraduate and graduate students lack community service opportunities for their local colleges.

However, having some form of the volunteer experience is essential for high school and college students attempting to get a stable source of income. Participating in community service before becoming a college undergraduate is recommended and encouraged in many community service scholarship programs.

A Community Service Scholarship vs. Loan Debt

Many community service scholarships and community service projects allow users to relieve some of their student loans. Many of these programs, such as the Shared Harvest Fund , provide loan debt payments on a project-by-project basis. These scholarships are vital for giving the applicant a source of financial benefit for their hard work, especially when the average debt for school loans has seemingly plateaued at around $30,000.

How to Find Scholarships for Community Service

High school and college students can look for community service scholarships and community service projects by going through multiple college sites and seeing the type of scholarships they have that apply to those with a certain amount of community service hours. Or look at other scholarship services that value leadership qualities and experiences with community service.

Types of Community Service Scholarships

One of the significant benefits of community service scholarships is that only 25.7% of college students volunteer , which means community service scholarships have a limited pool.

Each applicant has a higher chance of winning. Community service scholarships are vast and varied. Community service high school and college students can receive community service scholarship offers from their colleges and outside sources depending on when these students choose to volunteer. 

Other Community Service Scholarships for High School and College Students

While there aren’t an infinite amount of community service scholarships, there is a good quantity of them, considering the relatively small pool of students who can apply for them, whether still in high school, beginning college, or university.

The students pursuing community service scholarships can apply for more general scholarships that can also function as community service scholarships or scholarship awards. These community service awards, such as community scholarships, volunteer scholarships, and other community involvement, can apply for scholarships related to the applicant’s materials.

Community service students are good candidates for scholarship awards, including essay scholarships as proof of volunteering time. They are also good candidates for any scholarships that discuss the possibility of helping their community with their knowledge as undergraduate and graduate students.

Tips for Winning

When it comes to scholarships that apply to community service, a tip to winning these scholarships is being able to share experiences working in community service. Writing about these experiences in an essay that varies between 200 to 1000 words is a great way to win a scholarship.

Requirements for Community Service Scholarships

The requirements for the community service scholarships typically involve the graduating high school seniors or current college students being able to prove that they have volunteered for community service beforehand. Applicants can be young adults who are either a student in high school, including high school seniors, and graduate or undergraduate students pursuing a bachelor’s degree and academic excellence through volunteer service, community volunteer, and public service.  

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Marcarelli Community Spirit Scholarship

This community service scholarship is for high school seniors in Maryland who have committed to volunteering. Anyone who has done some community-related activities is eligible to apply for this scholarship. 

  • Amount: $1,000
  • Application Deadline: July 1, 2022
  • Winner Announced: July 31, 2022

Lorraine Belcourt Love in the Community Scholarship

This scholarship applies to any high school seniors or undergraduate students in North Dakota.

These high school or college students have experience giving back to their community through volunteering, non-profit work, or another community service. Students are eligible if they pursue a public service career. 

  • Amount: $500
  • Application Deadline: December 1, 2022
  • Winner Announced: December 31, 202 2

Bold Community Activist Scholarship

For all community service students who have experience conducting volunteer work on an active basis and are interested in helping their local communities. To apply, the applicant must write a concise essay detailing how they have positively affected their local community. 

  • Application Deadline: July 13, 2022
  • Winner Announced: August 13, 2022

WiseGeek Community Service no-essay Scholarship

A scholarship for those trying to help their communities. For community service students who have experience conducting volunteer work and are interested in helping their local communities through their field.

  • Application Deadline: August 16, 2022
  • Winner Announced: September 16, 2022

Filipino-American Scholarship

This scholarship is specifically for Filipino-American undergraduates interested in any form of community service. Its goal is to boost the representation of Filipino-Americans in academia and the workforce.

“To apply, please write a 350-word essay telling us about your story and the impact you would like to make on the Filipino-American community.”

  • Amount: $1,500
  • Application Deadline: January 16, 2022
  • Winner Announced: February 16, 2022

Elevate Mental Health Awareness Scholarship

This scholarship is for any educational level in any field as long as they have had some form of personal experience with mental health, whether it be their mental health or the mental health of a friend.

Community service students interested in helping those who experience mental health issues are recommended to apply for this scholarship.

“Students applying to the scholarship will be required to write an essay about how their experience with mental health has influenced their beliefs, relationships, and career aspirations.”

  • Application Deadline: October 30, 2022
  • Winner Announced: November 30, 2022

Jimmy Cardenas Community Leader Scholarship

This scholarship is for those in the state of Texas who are undergraduate students looking to pursue a career that will help them apply to serve their community. This is an excellent scholarship for community service students who live in Texas and wish to pursue a job locally.

  • Application Deadline: November 22, 2022
  • Winner Announced: December 31, 2022

Mental Health Matters Scholarship  

A scholarship is for students of any educational level with a 2.5 GPA or higher, who have a history of combating mental health issues, and have proven themselves to be leaders within their communities despite these personal mental health challenges. 

  • Application Deadline: September 1, 2022
  • Winner Announced: September 30, 2022

Bold Mental Health Awareness Scholarship

“The Bold Mental Health Awareness Scholarship will support one student who is struggling with mental health or is passionate about helping others who struggle with mental health.”

This does not require the applicant to take specific mental health and psychology courses. Still, for any community service students out there with an interest in mental health issues, this is an excellent scholarship to apply for.

  • Application Deadline: June 24, 2022
  • Winner Announced: July 24, 2022

First-Year College Students: Jennie Gilbert Daigre Education Scholarship

This scholarship isn’t for admission, but rather it’s for undergraduate students who want help in purchasing their textbooks. This is especially useful for community service students who have most of their benefits put into student loans.

“Undergraduate students at 2-year or 4-year institutions are eligible to apply.”

“A Daring Path” No-Essay Scholarship

This is a no-essay scholarship for students willing to take chances and won’t allow their fears to control them in pursuing their dreams. If the applicant is a bold person who wishes to get the most out of life, this is the scholarship.

“The scholarship is open to all students and non-students from any field of study.”

Rising Scholarship

This scholarship is for any female student operating at the high school education level in Illinois. The organization Her Rising Initiative, which funds this scholarship, wishes to help create an environment where young female students’ voices can be heard, and their ambitions can be met.

  • Winner Announced: October 1, 2022

ESOF Academic Scholarship

This scholarship is for African American students looking to enter a historically Black college or university (HBCU). Applicants need at least a 3.0 GPA to be eligible to apply for this scholarship.

“To apply, tell us about your future goals and commitment to public or civic service.” This type of scholarship is for outstanding graduate students pursuing a career in civic services for their communities.

  • Application Deadline: June 19, 2022
  • Winner Announced: July 19, 2022

David L. Burns Memorial Scholarship

A memorial scholarship that is meant to support those in Missouri. Specifically to help those dedicated to helping those who have struggled with a sense of addiction. Students who are entering fields focused on assisting the physical and mental health of others are eligible to apply.

“These fields could be nursing, counseling/mental health, social work, or other similar careers.”

  • Amount: $2,550
  • Application Deadline: November 1, 2022
  • Winner Announced: December 1, 2022

Peter T. Buecher Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is aimed at students within Minnesota who wish to use their knowledge to enrich their community. This is a scholarship that those good characters who live in Minnesota are recommended because it’s an opportunity to communicate how much they wish to give back to their community.

  • Application Deadline: May 1, 2023
  • Winner Announced: June 1, 2023

Francis “Slip” Madigan Scholarship

This scholarship is for first-generation students when it comes to college who are currently High School seniors and reside in Massachusetts. So, for first-generation athletes whose families didn’t have the resources to attend college and wish to gain a higher education, this is an excellent scholarship to apply for.

#FinancialFreedom no-essay Scholarship

A scholarship that doesn’t require an essay to be submitted and offered is for ambitious students who don’t have the financial means to pursue their ambition even though they have the drive to do so.

“The scholarship is open to all high school, undergraduate, and graduate school students and non-students from any field of study.”

Sullivan Promise Project Scholarship

This is a scholarship based in Virginia for high school students, all hoping to support students who embody the ‘everyday hero’ by involving themselves in community service or non-profit work despite having a non-traditional home life.

Frantz Barron Scholarship

This is a scholarship for any low-income, male, Black, first-generation college student. This scholarship supports male students who need financial assistance to continue their education.

“Any first-generation, low-income, high-achieving, male, high school senior in New Jersey may apply for this scholarship.”

WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship

The WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship is a $500 award dedicated to empowering young volunteers. It’s open to undergraduate and high school senior students who exemplify the spirit of community service, acknowledging their critical role in enriching society and personal development.

The WiseGeek Community Service No-Essay Scholarship recognizes the vital role young volunteers play in our communities. Notably, teenagers in the U.S. contribute  2.4 billion hours  annually to volunteer work, valued at $34.3 billion to the economy. This significant involvement not only benefits communities but also the volunteers themselves. Youth who volunteer are less likely to engage in destructive behavior and more likely to succeed academically and civically. 

This scholarship supports deserving, community-minded students of all education levels and fields of study, helping them pursue their education with less financial burden. In commitment to our communities, we hope this scholarship encourages these future leaders to continue their exemplary service.

  • Application Deadline: June 1, 2024
  • Winner Announced: June 15, 2024

FAQs About Community Service Scholarships for students

Scholarships that apply to those who have community service experience are abundant but often aren’t very clear. It isn’t easy to find them or understand what scholarships use for community service. These are some answers to some commonly asked questions for community service scholarships.

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Are our Community Service scholarships legit?

Community service scholarships are accurate and based on a commitment to community service. Often community service scholarships are given to those who have already done community service instead of those planning to do so in the future? 

How can I improve my chances of winning Community Service scholarships?

You can improve your chances by taking your time with your essays. Also, you can improve your chances of winning a scholarship program for community service by including a cover letter showing your community service experiences.

How many Community Service scholarships can you get?

There is no limit to the number of scholarships. You can apply for as many as there are available. You can apply for multiple scholarships at once. You can receive funding from various scholarships.

Our Community Service scholarships taxable income?

Community service scholarships are taxable depending on the funds for room and board, optional materials, and travel. If the scholarship is used for tuition , assigned books, etc., it is not taxable.  

What’s the best way to apply for Community Service scholarships?

By checking the requirements for the scholarship and making sure that you have the best essays, do your research on who is funding the scholarship. If the person sponsoring the scholarship has specific preferences in who they give it to, that’s also something to account for.

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Sallie Mae will award $2,000 each month to eligible entrants. No essay or account sign-ups, just a simple scholarship for those seeking help paying for…

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Niche $25,000 No Essay Scholarship

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Easy scholarship open to all high school and college students, as well as anyone looking to attend college or graduate school in the next year.

$25k “Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship

$25k “Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship This scholarship has been verified by the scholarship providing organization.

Offered by Bold.org

Open to high school students, college students, community college students, and graduate students.

$10,000 CollegeXpress Scholarship

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Offered by CollegeXpress

Annual $10k scholarship from CollegeXpress open to all high school students.

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The CollegeXpress Study Snack Scholarship is an easy scholarship from CollegeXpress open to students who are 13+ and a legal resident of the 50 U.S.… Show More

The CollegeXpress Study Snack Scholarship is an easy scholarship from CollegeXpress open to students who are 13+ and a legal resident of the 50 U.S. or D.C. A winner will be randomly chosen from among the applicants. If you're eligible, we encourage you to apply! To enter, simply apply on CollegeXpress and answer the following question: What's your favorite study snack? Show Less

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Students applying to the $5,000 Christian Connector Scholarship must be current high school students (Class of 2025, 2026, or 2027) interested in attending a Christian…

Students applying to the $5,000 Christian Connector Scholarship must be current high school students (Class of 2025, 2026, or 2027) interested in attending a Christian university or college.

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$2,000 CampusReel Virtual Tour Scholarship This scholarship has been verified by the scholarship providing organization.

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Easy scholarship program open to all students who watch a student-led virtual college tour

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Are you a current high school student interested in attending a Protestant, faith-based college or university? If so, consider applying for the Annual Protestant Faith Based College Scholarship! In order to apply, you simply need to fill out a form with some simple information about yourself, your high school, and your college plans. You will then be entered in a scholarship drawing with the opportunity to win up to $2,000. The scholarship is offered by The Christian Connector, a "one-stop-shop” for receiving free information from Catholic/Christian colleges and Bible colleges.   If you’re a high school student with plans of attending a Protestant, faith-based college, we encourage you to apply to the Annual Protestant Faith Based College Scholarship! Show Less

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Are you a current high school student interested in attending a Catholic college or university? If so, consider applying for the Annual Catholic College Scholarship!… Show More

Are you a current high school student interested in attending a Catholic college or university? If so, consider applying for the Annual Catholic College Scholarship! In order to apply, you simply need to fill out a form with some simple information about yourself, your high school, and your college plans. You will then be entered into a scholarship drawing with the opportunity to win up to $2,000. The scholarship is offered by The Christian Connector, a "one-stop-shop” for receiving free information from Catholic/Christian colleges and Bible colleges.   If you’re a high school student with plans of attending a Catholic college, we encourage you to apply to the Annual Catholic College Scholarship! Show Less

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Are you over 14 years of age, enrolled in high school or college, and enjoy making original artwork? If so, the Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship Contest may be the perfect opportunity for you! Each year, the contest awards $10,000 to the applicant who submits the best holiday, greeting, or all-around holiday card. While the top ten finalists will be decided by a public vote, the final winner will be decided by a panel of judges. The contest is offered by The Gallery Collection, the “leading business-to-business online and mail order publisher of premium quality personalized Christmas, Holiday, and Everyday greeting cards in the United States.” If you’re a student aged 14 or older who wants to put their card-making skills to the test, we encourage you to apply! Show Less

$2,000 No Essay CollegeVine Scholarship

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Easy scholarship open to current high school students and college applicants. A free CollegeVine account with a completed chancing profile required to enter.

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Offered by Google

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Have you ever seen the creative, personalized versions of the Google logo that Google puts up on the site for holidays and other special occasions? Well, did you know that the Doodle for Google contest allows K-12 students to submit their own creative interpretations of the Google logo? Each year, eligible K-12 students may submit their own Google Doodles to the contest for the chance of winning up to $55,000 for their own college fund and $50,000 for their school or non-profit organization. In addition to the monetary award, the winner will have their logo displayed on the Google website for 24 hours and will receive Google hardware and “fun Google swag.” National finalists will receive a $5,000 college scholarship, Google hardware and swag, and will have their artwork displayed in the Doodle for Google gallery. If you’re a creative K-12 student wanting to put your art skills to the test, the Doodle for Google Scholarship contest may be the perfect opportunity! We encourage you to apply. Show Less

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Easy scholarship from Niche open to all high school, college, and graduate students.

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Are you an 11 - 18 year old who has a passion for saving the environment and/or the ocean? Additionally, would you like to make a statement about the impact of climate change through writing, artwork, or even dance? You might consider applying for the Ocean Awareness Art Contest! Dedicated to encouraging the next generation to get involved in ocean conservation (and environmentalism as a whole), the contest asks its applicants to create a piece of artwork that reflects an impact/aspect of the current environmental crisis and its effect on the ocean. Each year has a specific theme to focus on, with this year being climate change. If you would like to make a statement about climate change’s impact on the ocean through art, we encourage you to apply! Show Less

ScholarshipOwl $50,000 No Essay Scholarship

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Easy scholarship open to all US-based high school, college, and graduate students. Each month, 4 winners will be selected to earn $1,000 each. In December… Show More

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Tips for students applying to no essay scholarships

Look for competitions rather than randomized drawings.

No essay scholarships are alluring because they do away with the pressure that comes with writing an essay for your application. Between your other academic responsibilities, extracurriculars, and other commitments, these essays can present a big roadblock for applicants.

However, you should bear in mind that you are not the only student with this idea. Many applicants are attracted to opportunities that are easy to apply to, and since many no essay scholarships are essentially scholarship sweepstakes, that means you have a very low chance of actually winning.

This is not to say that you should not apply to these opportunities, but that you should seek out scholarship opportunities that assess some materials submitted by applicants. Whether this is a video submission, a portfolio, or a photograph you took, it can help your chances greatly.

Be wary of scholarship scams

No essay scholarships are very popular with students because they typically don’t take much time to apply to. Unfortunately, this makes them all the more popular with scammers. 

Before applying to any scholarship, and especially no essay scholarships, ensure that you are not giving away any personal information that could be used to steal your identity. Additionally, you should never pay a fee to enter a scholarship competition. For more information on how to avoid scholarship scams, check out our article on how to spot them .

If at first you don’t succeed…

Many no essay scholarships, especially the random drawings, select a winner each month and then reopen. To maximize your chances of winning, make sure to check back each month to throw your hat back in the ring.

Check out similar scholarship categories

If you are looking to apply for scholarships without putting too much time into essays, check out our lists of video scholarships and easy scholarships . While some of these may include short essays, they are generally much less of a commitment than typical scholarship applications.

Don’t over-rely on no essay scholarships

No essay scholarships can be a great no-effort way of applying for educational funding, but make sure that your overall scholarship strategy makes use of all potential funding sources. Make sure especially to seek out local scholarships through community organizations and your high school counselor.

Don’t forget financial aid

If you have demonstrable financial need, there is one source of free funds for your higher education that is even easier to get than no essay scholarships. This is federal financial aid, including the Pell Grant . Make sure to fill out the FAFSA on-time and send your results to your school in order to gain eligibility for federal, state, and institutional financial aid.

Apply to affordable schools

In addition to scholarships, it’s a good idea to ensure that you apply to some colleges that are known for offering an affordable education to their students. In-state public schools offer steep tuition discounts to their students, and tuition reciprocity agreements extend these benefits to some neighboring states as well. We also have a list of the best schools in the country for affordability . These schools are known for charging low tuition, offering generous financial aid, and offering a good value to their students.

Frequently asked questions about no essay scholarships

Are “no essay” scholarships legit, how can i increase my chances of winning a no essay scholarship.

  • For scholarships with a creative or artistic element, make sure that you put all of your effort into your project! Remember, your application will be completely assessed on your creative project as there is no essay required.
  • For scholarships that have minimal requirements, you should apply to them as often as possible to increase your odds. However, these types of scholarships should not be the only part of your application strategy.

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