The OP Loftbed $500 Scholarship application for academic year 2008-2009 is now ongoing. This scholarship contest is open to all students regardless of their weighted GPA and community involvement as long as he or she is a citizen of the United States of America.
To join, simply visit the application page, read the contest rules and regulations and fill-out the necessary information and briefly answer (80 to 120 words only) the following questions:
1) What personal characteristics are most important to you in a Presidential candidate and why?
2) Some psychologists say all families are dysfunctional to a degree. What makes your family dysfunctional?
3) If you could be a living advertisement for any product or company, what product or company would you choose?
4) Nike has, “Just Do It.” Larry the Cable Guy has, “Git-R-Done!” What is your life motto?
Easy isn’t it? Just show your creativity and enthusiasm and you are already given a chance to win $500 scholarship money that you can use for the school year 2008-2009. There is no purchase necessary to join in this contest; just make sure that you will enter and submit your entry before July 31, 2008, Eastern Daylight Time.
Looking for easy scholarship contest that will not require you to submit documents or recommendations? Check out the Patricia M. McNamara Memorial Scholarship Contest because your 500-word essay could win you $1,000 scholarship money.
The Patricia M. McNamara Memorial Scholarship Contest is open to all students including international students who are currently enrolled in college or planning to attend an institute of higher education for the 2008-2009 academic year. And just like what I have said, joining in this scholarship contest is easy because students are not required to submit any credentials during essay submission.
All the students should do is to fill out the online form and write the 500-word essay on the space provided. The essay should be less than 500 words and must contain one major event that you feel has disrupted the natural flow of nature. So hurry, start writing your winning essay and be sure that you submit it on or before May 31, 2008.
Winners will be notified by phone and through email around July 2008. You could also see the list of winners at the status page of Patricia M. McNamara Memorial Scholarship.
The Unmet Need Scholarship is open to students whose combined income of their families is at $30,000 or less. This scholarship is open to all U.S. citizen students who are accepted or enrolled as full-time undergraduate students at accredited university or college within the United States.
Likewise, applicants must have at least 2.5 grade point average and should have the necessary documents to prove their unmet financial need. The usual scholarship amount that they award per student is from $1,000 up to $3,800 and although this scholarship is not renewable, students may reapply each year as long as they can meet the eligibility requirements.
For the 2008-2009 academic year, the application is still on-going but all forms must be postmarked by May 31, 2008. To secure an application form, please proceed to this link.
If you are near Oklahoma Christian University and needs some scholarship, why not consider studying in this school? They have pretty number of course offerings as well as scholarship programs to help you attain a college degree.
Not all universities list their available scholarship in their website but Oklahoma Christian clearly enumerates the available scholarships in their school and interested students can easily identify the scholarship programs that can possibly suit their credentials.
Aside from Presidential Academic Success Scholarship, Oklahoma State Regents Scholarship and Transfer Academic Merit Scholarships; Oklahoma Christian also provides wide varieties of scholarship programs such as Art/Design Scholarship, Cheerleading Scholarship, Christian Engineering Scholarship, Distinguished Performer Award (Music), Theatre/Drama Scholarship and even International Scholarship for students who are not US citizens and ineligible to receive federal aid.
So check out the Scholarship Page of Oklahoma Christian University and see how they can help you in achieving your education goals.
I stumbled upon this website that is giving away one $200 American Express card that can be used by the winner in paying for any college expense. The said raffle contest is sponsored by Fanscape, Inc. and TuitionBids.
Although the prize is not that big, I still decided to post it over here because joining is so easy and does not require you to buy anything. Just comment on this blog and you already have a chance to win!
So hurry, $200 can still buy some books for your college, isn’t? You only have until tomorrow, April 8, 2008 to comment. Just see to it that you already left a comment before 9:00 am ET. And don’t forget to tell how you will use the money if you will win the $200 AMEX card.
The Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship is a program of ACFE Foundation which stands for Association of Certified Fraud Examiners provides scholarship opportunity for Accounting or Criminal Justice students. This is a scholarship program that awards $1,000 scholarship money and a one-year ACFE Student Associate membership.
Eligible scholarship applicants are those undergraduate or graduate students who are currently enrolled full-time at any accredited four-year college or university having a major or minor in accounting or criminal justice.
Previous recipients of this scholarship are no longer qualified to apply again and those who are related to any officer director or substantial contributor of ACFE Foundation, or to any member of the ACFE Foundation Scholarship Committee are also disqualified to apply.
The application form can be downloaded here. Deadline for school year 2008-2009 is this coming April 18, 2008. For the complete information regarding this scholarship, please visit this link.