Cut Down the Price Tag of College Tuition With the Scholly App
Are you or a loved one seeking ways to ween down the price tag on college tuition. Stacking up on available scholarships is a great option to start.
How? There are a number of scholarship websites for you to get started. There also may be multiple opportunities within your community. You can find out by asking around from your neighbors, community members, church friends, colleagues and local community organization leaders.
Another great option, is the Scholly app. I discovered this life changing tool when watching an episode of ABC’s entrepreneurial show series, Shark Tank.
What is Scholly?
Scholly is an interactive app that connects students and families with the best scholarship matches, fast, because we know that student success starts with affording college.
How does Scholly work?
You will answer a series of questions about yourself, where you live, your interests, etc. And, Scholly will provide you with a list of scholarship options that are available to you. The app does all the work for you. It is then your job to apply to the scholarship requests.
Scholly has helped hundreds of thousands of students and families who have been able to use the platform to find over $50 million in scholarship money to go the colleges of their dreams. We hope that you are one of them. Learn more and visit their website to get started on your scholarship search!
This article was originally published on Patrina Dixon’s blog.
Many of our young people are spending and borrowing without knowing that interest builds up, or that credit cards aren’t free money. Patrina Dixon, Certified Financial Education Instructor and rising author of top-selling financial guided series, “It’$ My Money” has made it her mission to change that. Dixon is committed to educating the youth in her community. She led the Hartford’s Financially Fit community event and is enthusiastic about her role as a personal finance volunteer for Junior Achievement. Patrina Dixon has helped participants of all ages shape their spending and saving behaviors – to guide them toward financial wellness.
Through her education received at the University of Hartford Barney School of Business, as a proud mom and a life-long financial advisor – she understands and thrives at teaching the importance of financial literacy. Dixon also currently holds a Financial Management Certificate from Cornell University and uses her company, P. Dixon Consulting to offer money management strategies to people of all ages. She is dedicated to molding the next set of financial leaders. It’$ My Money journal series allows Patrina to educate and enlighten families on their finances.