There's websites like scholarships.com, bold.org, scholarship owl, Scholarship America, Niche, Going Merry and many others that you can look into. I also saw a website called Raise Me and although its good some of the schools arent avaliable for money and the colleges reward you based on your academics or extracurriculars and such. Good luck!
There are many ways to get scholarships, but I'll list the most popular below! :)
Colleges you apply to will offer you scholarships with or after your acceptance letter if you qualify for Merit-Based Tuition Scholarships. Merit-based scholarships are based on your athletic, artistic, and/or academic achievements like GPA and all that good stuff, and they are directly from the university or college.
You can apply to scholarships on websites like bold.org, scholarships.com, finaid.org, and many many other websites. Websites like finaid and scholarships, take you to other websites, while bold scholarships are specifically on bold.org.
FAFSA! Do your FAFSA!
Now, FAFSA doesn't give you scholarships, but it does determine if and how much aid you qualify for, and then it sends that info to the colleges you apply to. If you don't know how the FAFSA works, it's just inputting your or your parent's tax info and then inputting the schools you're applying to when prompted, then, after it processes, you will get an overview of what you could qualify for, like grants and loans.
Hope this helps, and best of luck!!!
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