SunTrust Scholarship Sweepstakes:
Up to 15 people can win these easy scholarships! This scholarship is for $1,000 and must be used to cover educational expenses. Those applying must be seniors in high school that will attend college or university in Fall 2014, or undergraduate college students who will be continuing their studies in Fall 2014. Sweepstakes start October 25, 2013 and run through May 9, 2014. A winner will be picked every two weeks. There are no GPA restrictions to apply, and registration is FREE, FREE, FREE! To apply, one must be a permanent resident of any of the following states: AL, AR, GA, FL, MD, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV or DC. Applicants can only apply one time, and must be registered at a 2 or 4 year public or private college prior to submitting an application.
Wells Fargo’s CollegeSTEPS Sweepstakes:
Wells Fargo bank is offering easy scholarships for $1,000. Twenty $1000 prizes will go to high school students, and another twenty $1,000 prizes are allocated for college students. Applicants must be currently enrolled in high school and college. To apply, all one has to do is sign up for college and money planning at Wells Fargo, and then fill out an application. Scholarship sweepstakes will run till August 13, 2014. Part-time students, as well as full-time students can qualify. Applicants must be legal residents of the United States, and at least 13 years old to be qualified to apply for this scholarship. Current GPA and financial need are not factored into who will be selected for these scholarships.
Bed Bath & Beyond Grade My Space Scholarship:
Every month, Bed Bath and Beyond awards a $1000 shopping spree! All one has to do to be part of this scholarship sweepstakes is enter their name on Bed Bath and Beyond’s website to be put into the pool of applicants. If you win, you can use your purchase towards buying things in the store that you will need for college. Examples include extra-large twin bedsheets, locks, desk supplies, and more! You will even be allowed to use a 20% off coupon on your most expensive purchase! To apply, one has to be 16 years or older, and enrolled in high school, or a 2 or 4 year college. Graduate and professional school students can also apply. This will help students get the inside scoop as to what residence halls and housing options look like at their college of interest.