ScholarshipPoints offers one of our most popular programs for students: the ScholarshipPoints $10,000 Scholarship. This scholarship is sponsored by Edvisors, which also offers student a marketplace to get matched to private student loans.
One of the best things about this opportunity is that it is offered on a monthly basis throughout the year (in other words, there is a ScholarshipPoints $10,000 Scholarship deadline at the end of each and every month).
This scholarship is what we categorize as an “easy scholarships”, which means that the application is very simple (it just requires registration on the website). The downside to “easy scholarships” is that there tends to be lots of competition so your chances of winning are lower than other scholarships.
Am I eligible for this scholarship?
Eligibility for this opportunity is pretty simple: you must be someone who is interested in continuing their education. This opportunity is open to all high school students, college students, community college students, and graduate students.
So whether you are a prospective PhD in English Literature, studying art at a community college, or a sophomore economics major, you can certainly apply.
How do I apply?
The scholarship application can be found and completed on the ScholarshipPoints website. The application does not require any essays, recommendations, test scores or transcripts. There is no minimum GPA and the scholarship operates like a sweepstakes as everyone who applies has an equal chance of winning.
How much is the scholarship award?
As you may guess from the name of the scholarship, the $10,000 ScholarshipPoints Scholarship is indeed worth $10,0000!
When is the deadline?
The deadline is always on the final day of the month so it is easy to remember.
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