Many scholarship resources and search services are available on the internet. Students should use as many resources as possible, as some awards will be included in one database, but not in others. Avoid scholarship scams and be wary of search programs that charge fees.
A few of the larger free services are listed below. Note: The OURS National Scholarships Office does not endorse any of these sites and is not responsible for the information or services they offer.
Access Scholarships is a platform designed to help connect students with scholarship opportunities that fit their goals and values, with the ultimate mission of providing students with the resources to fund their higher education.
Best Scholarships Search Platforms make it easy for you to find the money you need for school.
Broke Scholar searches over $3 million in scholarship awards.
CollegeScholarships.org is designed to be an easy-to-use directory or index to hundreds of scholarships and grants for all types of students. It also offers a number of very good scholarships of their own.
Career One Stop Scholarship Finder features over 7,500 scholarships, fellowships, grants, and more.
Engineering-Scholarships.com allows students to search for thousands of engineering scholarships.
Petersons helps find the right scholarship for you.
ProFellow.com is a database of fellowships that fund graduate and professional degrees.
Purdue Global shares IT and STEM scholarships.
Scholarships.com provides a comprehensive source of local and national college scholarships.
STEM Scholarship Guide offers tips to help students navigate the application process and have the best chance at receiving a scholarship. Additionally, it includes an extensive listing of current scholarships.
StudentScholarship.org is a California-based, comprehensive source of scholarship resources.
Study.com has designated a wide variety of academic awards and scholarships for current and prospective students.
StudyAbroad.com provides financial aid information and database access to scholarships that fund international study abroad programs.
UNIGO is a connection to $3.6 million in scholarships.