November is National Scholarship Month, the perfect time to step up your game in your college scholarship search. The process can feel pretty overwhelming. Just Google the word "scholarship" and try to wade through the 158 million results.
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I am enrolled as a full-time student this semester. I borrowed a Federal Stafford student loan to help ease the cost of this term's expenses. I am struggling with a several of my classes and my academic advisor thinks that I should drop these courses but it will leave me enrolled as a less than half-time student. If I return to full time enrollment status next semester, how will this impact my loan grace period?
If parents are divorced/separated-have children live with parent with lower income (including stepparent income)
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A scholarship is a form of gift aid, money that does not need to be repaid. Scholarships are usually awarded by private organizations (e.g., foundations, corporations, associations, individual philanthropists and nonprofit organizations) based on some form of merit, such as academic, artistic or athletic talent, or activities, such as community service. Also called Private Scholarships or Outside Scholarships.
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