With college costs constantly rising, scholarships can help make your education more affordable. But you can't receive a scholarship if you don't apply. Consider the following sources to help you get the scholarship applications you need.
- Ask your guidance counselor. If you're in high school, you should check with the guidance department. Compiling scholarship information is just one of its many services. This is the best source for local scholarship applications, and they will also be able to help you find state and national scholarships. If the guidance department doesn't have the actual application on hand, they'll know the right person to call or website to visit to acquire one.