A Recommended Resource Guide

The website College Scholarships.org has just published a list of 100 helpful school and college process-oriented websites. College Counseling Culture is listed at #18, and there are 99 others that are worth your attention. They range from undergraduate to graduate oriented, and the site itself is full of extremely helpful information for scholarship searching, as well as plenty of solid tips about what to do and how to be successful in the process.

In particular, the site doesn’t require a sign-in or account setup, so you can do your work without getting a lot of unwanted email. You can also search by topic, profession, state, or any one of several options, so you can find scholarships tailored to your situation.

Take the time to check out the site and you’ll save yourself the time it might have taken to find all that info yourself!

About Will Dix

I am currently writing a book about college admission. I'm interested in the intersection of the college process and American culture. I attended Amherst College in the 1970s, taught high school English and theater at The Hill School in the '80s, returned to Amherst in the '90s as an admission dean, and began the '00s as a college counselor at the University of Chicago Laboratory School. I then joined Chicago Scholars as Program Director. Currently, I blog about college admission for Forbes.com. I also help community organizations serving low income students understand the college admission process so more students can consider gaining access to higher education. I have a few private college counseling clients that I take by referral only. The views expressed in this blog are mine alone.
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1 Response to A Recommended Resource Guide

  1. Alexis says:

    Congrats on all your hard work!


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