Don’t Agonize, Organize

This post will teach you how to organize your scholarship success! … More Don’t Agonize, Organize

Plan to Succeed

Learn how to use the “Plan” stage of our weekly scholarship schedule to your advantage. … More Plan to Succeed

Our Weekly Scholarship Schedule

Need a tool to plan your time when applying for scholarships? Consider our weekly schedule. … More Our Weekly Scholarship Schedule


Welcome to your year of excellence! 2017 will be the year… … More #DebtFree17

#CampusChat on 11.03.16

Join one of the “longest-running higher-education chats” on Twitter Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 9-10pm EST. Our founder, Danielle Jeffers, will be sharing tips on how to “Own the Scholarship Application Process.” You can join the conversation hosted by Smart College Visit by using #CampusChat. Smart College Visit (SCV) is an asset to all students and … More #CampusChat on 11.03.16

The Personal Statement

This post was originally written by Dr. Paul Heilker. All thoughts and ideas expressed below the byline are his thoughts. By Dr. Paul Heilker Your personal statement is an articulation of 1) who you are, 2) what your compelling interest is (your exigence), and 3) why other people should care about #1 and #2. It is … More The Personal Statement

10 Tips to Boost your GPA

A great GPA score usually signals the difference between meeting requirements for prestigious programs and scholarships – or not. It also decides the honors you get on graduation day, which g… Source: 10 Tips to Boost your GPA

You’re in Charge of Your College Experience

ATTENTION: ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS! Your college career can be the launching pad for the rest of your life. It can be the best four years of your life or the beginning of unforgettable memories. The choice is yours. We all have dreams, passions, and magic within us. Fulfillment surfaces when we explore them without seeking … More You’re in Charge of Your College Experience

Pay Attention to the Details

Habits inevitably determine your performance.  Self-reflect on your current habits. Are they excellent or can they be improved? As students, sometimes we get complacent and strive on autopilot. For instance, you may say to yourself, “I’ve received A’s in English for seven years straight. I study by skimming the chapters and memorizing summaries on SparkNotes. I … More Pay Attention to the Details


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