Quincy, MA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 02, 2011
Popular college admissions site, HowToGetIn, is sponsoring the $10,000 scholarship for the ScholarshipPoints first-quarter scholarship drawing on March 15, 2011. Like ScholarshipPoints, HowToGetIn is committed to increasing access to higher education, and recognizes the importance of helping students pay for college. In 2011, HowToGetIn has allocated $11,000 to award students and prospective students through the ScholarshipPoints.com member program. In addition to sponsoring the March $10,000 scholarship, HowToGetIn will sponsor the October 2011 $1,000 Free College Scholarship.
HowToGetIn and ScholarshipPoints have a long-standing relationship of supporting students. The ScholarshipPoints.com site relies on HowToGetIn for its comprehensive listing of admissions information, student reviews and news for over 6000 U.S. colleges listed by state, major and ranking. The HowToGetIn’s admissions advice blog is featured regularly on the ScholarshipPoints blog for its helpful college admissions advice, and alternatively the HowToGetIn blog features free scholarship point codes that students can redeem and enter into ScholarshipPoints’ contests.
HowToGetIn is a recognized source of valuable information by college admissions professionals from around the country. “As a college consultant, I think you have written a very helpful blog for high school juniors and their families,” said one professional about a HowToGetIn blog post. “The more they know about the steps in the college admissions process, the better their college decisions will be.”
To take advantage of the resources offered by HowToGetIn, and to find out more about the $10,000 scholarship drawing, visit http://www.HowToGetIn.com.
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About HowToGetIn and ScholarshipPoints:
HowToGetIn.com offers free college admissions advice and college search tools to prospective college students and their families. The site is known for its comprehensive school listings that include college reviews, news, test scores, transfer credits accepted, Federal Aid information, and school contact information for over 6000 U.S. colleges and universities. In addition, the site’s help sections feature advice on how to pay for college, how to prepare for college, and college admissions.
ScholarshipPoints (http://www.scholarshippoints.com) offers free college scholarships through scholarship contests for members of our program. Joining is free and easy! You can win by earning points and entering them into monthly drawings for our free scholarships. Members earn points by logging in each day, completing surveys, and reviewing other sites and services. We help high school and college students pay for college as our way of thanking them for providing feedback on our services and supporting our network of Edvisors websites.
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