The Thurgood Marshall College Fund /Lowes Scholarship

Click on the link to apply. The deadline is May 15, 2018, 11:59 PM EST.

https://tmcf.org/our-scholarships/current-scholarships/tmcf-lowes-gap-scholarship/5459?utm_source=cerkl&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter-12042017&cerkl_id=175234&cerkl_ue=QmC0ok5xphGloO22KV9O9L94TLbMeHpeI8f%2BoLvGkwU%3D

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155 Minority Scholarships for 2017-2018

Click on the link to view the scholarships.

https://www.nitrocollege.com/scholarships/minorities

2017/2018 Scholarship Program

Click on the link to apply.

http://www.scholarshipsonline.org/2017/11/the-sawf-scholarship-program.html#more

Smart Money: How To Save For And Go To College As A Parent

Are you looking to go back to school? Guest blogger Brooke Chaplan has some tips!

via Smart Money: How To Save For And Go To College As A Parent — JLV College Counseling

Scholarship Saturday

This edition of Scholarship Saturday features 49 college scholarships and contests closing soon. There is a lot of scholarship money available – apply today!

via Scholarship Saturday – November 25, 2017 — JLV College Counseling

Scholarships

Click on the link to view the scholarships.

https://www.facebook.com/scholarshipsforafricanamericans/

November 2017 Newsletter

JLV College Counseling’s November 2017 Newsletter is very informative.

JLV College Counseling

Can you believe it is already November? Congratulations to the students who have already submitted their college applications. If you haven’t submitted your application yet, don’t worry! We still have time until many of the regular decision deadlines.


High School Seniors

  • Application deadlines are coming! Do not procrastinate! Work on your applications every day until they are ready to be submitted. Don’t wait until the last minute because you never know what will happen in life. In addition to the Common Application, check out the Cappex Application*. The application is accepted by 125 colleges and there is NO APPLICATION FEE!
  • If you haven’t done so already, make sure your SAT and/or ACT scores have been submitted to the colleges if they are required.
  • Follow up with your recommendation writers to ensure your recommendations are submitted by the deadline.
  • Keep your grades up. Although many of the colleges will make…

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