Scholarship Search Engines
Looking for ways to finance your Cal U education? The Financial Aid Office staff is frequently asked how to find a list of scholarships that students may be qualified to receive.
There are financial aid consultants and scholarship search services that charge very high fees and do little more than provide information that is readily available for free. These tips will help you avoid these unscrupulous individuals.
We trust that the links below will assist you in your Scholarship Search.
FastWEB is the largest and most complete scholarship search on the Internet. It provides access to a searchable database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants and student loans available to students.
The College Board in an online tool to help you locate scholarships, internships, grants, and loans that match your education level, talents, and background. The search will find potential opportunities from more than 2,300 sources totaling nearly $3 Billion in available aid.
MACH 25 is a simple and fast scholarship resource locator. Students develop a profile of themselves to locate scholarships that best match their qualifications.
Scholarships.com actively seeks out valuable information and meticulously updates it on a daily basis, providing a diverse and valuable service at no charge to its users.
College Answer.com is an award database that contains more than 2.4 million scholarships worth more than $15 billion, and is expanded and updated daily by our partner Scholarship Experts.
Scholarship Coach is a crash course in how to get college scholarships. Register online for the informative e-mail newsletter designed to reinforce key scholarships and paying for college principles and motivate you to achieve your educational goals.
ScholarshipExperts.com is a free and trusted scholarship service that allows students to search for scholarships that match their unique needs. ScholarshipExperts.com maintains an up-to-date database of more than 24 million scholarships worth more than $14 billion.
We also encourage you to visit the University's Financial Aid Office.