Scholarship Contests & Sweepstakes

Still looking for money to help pay for college?

We of course encourage students to research SchoolSoup's enormous scholarship database to find scholarships that are closely aligned with their student profile (academic, activities, major, college, athletics, etc) but sometimes there's a quick and simple scholarship contest or sweepstake that's worth your effort. The application process may be as easy providing an email address or filling out a simple form. Just remember don't pay any processing fees to win free money - watch out for scholarship scams. Here are a few interesting scholarship contests and sweepstakes that you should consider going for!

$1000 GPA Isn't Everything Scholarship

Cappex is awarding up to $50,000 in scholarships! Fill out the application to be eligible for the $1,000 Cappex "I Don't Want To Pay For College" Scholarship - Spring! This scholarship opportunity will be available at any college or university. Applications accepted for a limited time so Apply NOW!

The $10,000 Scholarship helps students find money for college. Multiple scholarship drawings are held each month - you can win just by registering! Increase your chances or qualify for additional scholarships by taking surveys, reading blogs about paying for and saving money while in college, and other easy activities. For more information, please visit

CollegeWeekLive Monthly $1,000 Scholarship

Just register at CollegWeekLive, search for colleges of interest to you - and you could win $1,000!

Niche $2,000 "No Essay" College Scholarship

The $2,000 "No Essay" Scholarship is open to all students and those planning on enrolling in either 2023 or 2024 and then contacted directly and announced ON the Company's Facebook page.

CaptainU Student-Athlete Scholarship

This opportunity is offered to current high school athletes for 2023-2024. Only athletes that want to play in college should apply!

Monthly University Scholarships

Open to High School students and adults looking to head back to school, current college students and anyone else looking to attend college or graduate school this year or in 2024.