June Newsletter: $10,000 Scholarship Drawing & Private Student Loans for Fall
This months newsletter includes details on our next $10,000 ScholarshipPoints drawing, important information on Private Student Loans and more! So before you hit the beach, check out these tips on creating a stress-free financial future for next semester:
June 15th $10,000 Scholarship Drawing
The ScholarhipPoints June $10,000 scholarship drawing is less than one week away! You have until June 14th to join and earn scholarship points to increase your chances of winning. The more points you earn the more chances you have to win! If you are in need of free money for college, you do not want to miss this chance to win big. The lucky winner will be announced on June 15th! Enter the drawing today!
ScholarshipPoints members, login into ScholarshipPoints now and redeem the code FANJUNE11 for 25 scholarship points.
Federal Aid Not Enough? Consider Private Loans
What happens when you’ve tallied your federal loans, grants, and scholarships with your family contribution and you have not reached your total cost of attendance? Don’t panic – there are additional options for you. Alternative, or private financial aid is based on your credit history and income and can be used for any education-related expenses, including laptops! Also, you may apply for a private student loan at any time – extremely useful if you run into any unexpected costs. There are a number of other benefits to having private loans such as a variety of deferment options and repayment benefits.
Apply for a Private Student Loan today!
The ScholarshipPoints Inspiring Educator Essay Contest is going on now! Visit the ScholarshipPoints blog to read all of the entries and “Like” your favorites. Your “Likes” will help determine the grand prize $1,000 scholarship winner!
New students gearing up to their first semesters have many questions about their federal loans, including when they get em! Learn more in our recent blog post.
Catch Up with Summer Classes
Summer is the ideal time to relax and catch up on classes before the next school year. College courses in Education, Business Management, and Nursing start every 2 weeks this summer at the University of Phoenix.
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