Category: Scholarship

  • Single mom shares her dream of using her new degree to help
others in crisis

    Single mom shares her dream of using her new degree to help others in crisis

    Last fall, Kristen Toner enrolled at the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith with a long-term goal in mind: to become a domestic violence victim advocate. “I am passionate about helping women, men, and children get out of abusive situations and educating them on cycles of domestic abuse,” she said. “I hope to bring awareness and educate…

  • Top Scholarships for High School Juniors for 2024

    Top Scholarships for High School Juniors for 2024

    CollegeVine No Essay $2,000 Scholarship Award Amount: $2,000 Scholarship Deadline: Monthly Open to high school students of all years who are residents of the US. Amount: $2,500 Deadline: Expires on the last day of each month Eligibility: The ScholarshipPoints Scholarship is a monthly no essay scholarship open to all high school students ages 16 and…

  • New Jersey Scholarships

    New Jersey Scholarships

    Now, we’ve touched on some great New Jersey scholarships sponsored by companies and private organizations, but let’s not forget to cover the important financial aid websites and resources offered by New Jersey to prospective and current college students alike!  HESAA is New Jersey’s state agency dedicated to providing students and their families information about both…

  • Michigan Scholarships

    Michigan Scholarships

    The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, which has been ranked by Times Higher Education as the #1 public university in the US, is also Michigan’s oldest university.  For the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, with high rankings, also comes high costs! In-state undergraduate students can expect to pay an annual tuition of around $32,000, and…

  • North Carolina Scholarships

    North Carolina Scholarships

    I already mentioned that North Carolina is home to more than a few great schools that fall into a wide range of categories, but let’s dive into the details!  The most well-known higher education system in North Carolina is the UNC system. The UNC system comprises 16 public four-year colleges and universities across the state,…

  • Alabama Scholarships

    Alabama Scholarships

    In terms of size, the award for largest campus goes to the University of Alabama located in Tuscaloosa. In the fall of 2021, UA enrolled its largest freshman class in history reporting over 38,000 students. Leading behind UA in enrollment numbers, we have Auburn University and the University of Alabama at Birmingham, both of which,…

  • California Scholarships

    California Scholarships

    The California Student Aid Commission offers several grant opportunities for California students pursuing higher education. A few of them are outlined below.  Cal Grants The Cal Grants, similar to federal Pell Grants, are scholarships awarded to California students pursuing undergraduate and vocational degrees in-state that do not need to be repaid.  CSAC offers three different…

  • Volunteer Shana Pierce Shares Why She Loves Helping Single
Parent Families

    Volunteer Shana Pierce Shares Why She Loves Helping Single Parent Families

    Shana Pierce heard a radio commercial three years ago calling for volunteers to help single parent students reach their academic and career goals. She was looking for a new way to give back to her community in Northeast Arkansas, so she reached out to the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund to learn more.   “I…

  • Fundraising in Style: 14th Annual Single Parent Style
Show

    Fundraising in Style: 14th Annual Single Parent Style Show

    Fashion trends may come and go, but not the Single Parent Style Show !  Garland County volunteers hosted the annual luncheon on April 25 in Hot Springs and raised nearly $17,000. Check out photos from the fun event below. … Source link

  • Teaching Plato in Italian Renaissance Universities

    Teaching Plato in Italian Renaissance Universities

    During the Renaissance, the Arts curriculum in universities was based almost exclusively on the teaching of Aristotle. With the revival of Plato, however, professors of philosophy started to deviate from the official syllabus and teach Plato’s dialogues. This collection of essays offers the first comprehensive overview of Platonic teaching…