You can win a $10,000 scholarship!

Balancing family, life and your career can be overwhelming: Get yourself the help you need to seize the future!

Free College Scholarships, LLC, Scholarships & Financial Aid, San Francisco, CA

Official Scholarship Entry Form


    How does this work?

    • Step One:

      Complete the short entry form on this page.

    • Step Two:

      You're officially entered – Congratulate yourself!

    • Step Three:

      Get matched with schools, programs and more!

    “Thanks to Free College Scholarships I don't have to worry about The first year of school and I can't thank them enough.”

    Alexis Graham $10,000 Scholarship Winner

    FreeCollegeScholarships owns and operates additional scholarship promotional websites listed below, where there will be ONE scholarship drawing held where all eligible entrants from each promotional website will be combined and ONE winner will be selected. See Official Rules for details.
    Entry deadline

    July 31st, 2020

    No purchase necessary. No obligation to request information from schools. Winner may use scholarship at any school of their choice.

    Over $1,200,000

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    Recent Winners

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    Amanda Skalsky

    Cottage Grove, MN

    “I'm very excited to continue school. Due to finances, I dropped out after my first quarter. With this scholarship, I'm able to return to get my Bachelors. Going back to school means my husband and I can better provide for our children in the future.”

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    David Furlong

    Cincinnati, OH

    “I was in shock when I received the call informing me that I won the scholarship. I read about individuals winning contests such as this all the time, however never expected I would be that lucky person!”

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    Dakota Stammen

    Wapakoneta, OH

    “I didn’t think my chances of winning were very high, I was thrilled when I received a phone call and an email informing me that I was the chosen winner of the $10,000 Scholarship.”