Private Scholarship Search Engines Links
- GraduateTutor.com – GraduateTutor.com’s Scholarship Directory has $1.6 million worth of scholarships and is quickly growing. It is a free scholarship directory and requires no registration. Students can search for scholarships in multiple ways including keywords, courses, deadline, courses, who it is open to and the scholarship amount.
- Careerinfonet.org – A U.S. Department of Labor sponsored free online scholarship search. Search more than 7,000 scholarships, fellowships, loans, and other financial aid opportunities.
- College Answer – Sponsored by SallieMae, they use the Scholarship Experts data base.
- CollegeBoard Scholarship Search – The College Board’s free scholarship search utilizes a database of more than 2,300 sources of college funding totaling almost $3 billion in scholarships and aid.
- FastWeb.com – Helped 50 million students find money since the site was founded 15 years ago, was the first online scholarship matching service and the first free national scholarship matching service. Fastweb’s site indicates they currently have roughly 1.5 million scholarships worth $3.4 billion in their database.
- International Education Financial Aid – The IEFA website was created to be a resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad.
- Military.com – This site claims to help students find, “millions of dollars in scholarships and grants exclusively for the military community”.
- Scholarships.com – Quoting from their website, “Since our founding in 1998, Scholarships.com has helped students find money for college as well as learn about the entire financial aid process. Over the years, we’ve become one of the most widely-used and trusted free college scholarship search and financial aid information resources on the Internet and have been recognized by high schools, colleges and universities nationwide.”
- United Negro College Fund Scholarship Search – A free online scholarship search sponsored by the United Negro College Fund.