Free Money for College

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Facts on File, 1999 - Business & Economics - 225 pages
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With the most current information on more than 1,000 grants and scholarships, this revised edition continues to be an essential resource for students -- and their parents -- seeking financial assistance to meet skyrocketing tuition costs. Scholarship information is available by state and area of study, and special scholarship sections list sources of funding for women, various ethnic groups, and the disabled. A section on miscellaneous scholarships covers a broad range of eligibility requirements. Each entry provides contact, phone number and address, restrictions, amount of money awarded, and deadline for application.

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A very straight forward book with listed addresses for grant letter writing. Wasnt too pleased with the selection available and wouldnt recommend this book to someone living in a small state. Read full review

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Blum, a professional fund raiser with more than 20 books on the subject of free money to her credit, here lists more than 1000 grants and scholarships for undergraduate education in the United States ... Read full review

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Laurie Blum is the author of "Free Money for Graduate School.

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