Scholarships

Congratulations to last week’s Scholarship winners 🎉

Yvette, TX
Class of 2022
Nicole, IL
Class of 2023
Neev, TX
Class of 2024
Zain, OH
Class of 2025

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What is Karma?

Karma is the currency on CollegeVine and now you can use it to win a Scholarship. Don’t worry! We’ll return it if you don’t win, and give you 1 bonus Karma just for entering.

Learn more about how CollegeVine Scholarships work.

Seniors, enter Karma to win this week’s prize of up to $100

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Seniors, enter Karma to win this week’s prize of up to $100

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What is Karma?

Karma is the currency on CollegeVine and now you can use it to win a Scholarship. Don’t worry! We’ll return it if you don’t win, and give you 1 bonus Karma just for entering.

Learn more about how CollegeVine Scholarships work.

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Your invitation rewards


Get up to 1,450 Karma when you invite your friends to Collegevine. You’ll each get 20 Karma for every accepted invitation and we’ll throw in some bonus Karma along the way!

3 accepted (+125 bonus Karma)
5 accepted (+350 bonus Karma)
10 accepted (+775 bonus Karma)

Frequently asked questions

What is Karma?

Karma is like money on CollegeVine—you earn it by being helpful to other students and you can spend it on scholarship entries and to get help with college admissions.


Do I lose my Karma if I bid it?

When you place a bid for CollegeVine scholarships, your Karma is held until the time of the drawing. If you win, your Karma bid is exchanged for the cash prize. If you don’t win, that Karma bid is fully returned to you along with a bonus for participating, helping you get a little closer for next time!


What constitutes an entry?

Each Karma you bid is equal to one entry in the drawing.


What is a “Merit Multiplier”?

Your merit multiplier is a way to increase your chances of winning a CollegeVine scholarship. You can achieve merit multipliers by completing a diverse set of objectives on CollegeVine, all designed to help you get into your dream school, so we’re really just rewarding you for being proactive in your college admissions journey. If you achieve a Merit Multiplier, your Karma bid will be multiplied by your Merit Multiplier, increasing your number of entries into a drawing.


How is the winner selected?

The winner is selected at random, but remember, each Karma you bid represents one chance to win, and, if applicable, the “merit multiplier” will be applied to your bid to further increase your entries. For more information, see the “How it works” section above.


How is a winner verified?

We will ask for supporting documentation to validate a winner’s profile. Please verify that your CollegeVine account information is accurate before entering the drawing. Any intentionally false or fraudulent information will disqualify you from being able to claim the prize. Additionally, we track duplicate accounts that are used for the purposes of entering a drawing twice and will disqualify these as well.


What do I do if I win?

In addition to signed affidavit and release as is common for many scholarships, all we ask of our winners is to provide us with a short video of them accepting the award and answering a few questions about what their plans for college are. This helps us show the CollegeVine community that our awards are indeed being handed out to real people on a regular basis.


How will I get the money?

Because we know many families have struggled with the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to disburse prize payments directly to the winner via Venmo and Paypal for 2021 so that you can make use of it right away.


How can the money be used?

You can use the money for anything school-related: tuition, books, lodging, etc. Because we know many families have struggled with the COVID-19 Pandemic, for 2021, you may also use the funds for anything benefitting you in high school, even before you head to college.