- Take our online survey and you'll be eligible to compete for the CampusDiscovery $5,000 Scholarship.
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$5,000 "Advice to Your High School Self" Scholarship
- Now Accepting Applications
CampusDiscovery.com is currently offering a $5,000 scholarship, and all eligible students are invited to apply online.
U.S. students enrolled at a college or university* (as well as recent college students who finished with a certificate or an Associate's, Bachelor's or Master's degree in 2012, 2013 or 2014) could be eligible to compete for this $5,000 scholarship. To start the process, just complete our fun, interactive college survey, and then give CampusDiscovery.com your best advice about college. The entire survey and scholarship application is available online: click here.
Remember...we want to hear about real life student experiences at college. So don't delay -- apply today! And be sure to tell your college friends so they can participate too!
*No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Entries must be received by 12/31/14. For complete details, including eligibility requirements, entry instructions, and prize details, please see the Official Rules.
Previous Scholarship Winners:
Oral Roberts University
"Advice to Your High School Self" January 2014
George Mason University
"Advice to Your High School Self" March 2014
"Advice to Your High School Self" June 2014
College of the Canyons
"Advice to Your High School Self" July 2013
University of Northwestern - St. Paul
"Advice to Your High School Self" January 2013
Loyola Marymount University
"Advice to Your High School Self" July 2012
Southeast Missouri State University
"Advice to Your High School Self" January 2012
Colorado Mountain College
Scholarship Winner July 2011
University of Maryland, College Park
"Value of College" January 2011
University of Oklahoma
"Advice to Your High School Self" January 2010
University of Oregon
Scholarship Winner July 2009
Scholarship Winner January 2009
University of Michigan
"College Bound" December 2008
George Washington University
Scholarship Winner April 2008
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