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Scholarship Partners and Programs

To further remove barriers to college and career success for students across the country, the College Board has partnered with these scholarship providers.

PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 Scholarships and Recognition

The PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 connect students to programs that use student scores to recognize academic excellence and identify college scholarship candidates.

Student Search Service® – Introduce students to higher education and opportunities – The College Board

Student Search Service® connects you with colleges and scholarship programs looking for students like you.

Should we pay for a scholarship search? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

We don't recommend paying for a scholarship search because there are many good ones available online for free—for example, Scholarship Search on BigFuture.

When should students start applying for outside scholarships? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Many students apply senior year of high school, but students can start applying for outside scholarships during their junior year.Most outside scholarship deadlines are in the late fall or early winter. Smaller, local scholarships might have slightly later application deadlines. There are also...

Are there websites where you can search for scholarships? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Yes. Search for outside scholarships on the sites below, which are free—you should never pay for a scholarship search.

How does a student qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Program? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Taking the PSAT/NMSQT is the first step in qualifying for the National Merit Scholarship Program, where students compete for recognition and scholarships. To learn more about the program's entry requirements, visit the National Merit Scholarship Corporation website.

How many scholarships can students have at one time? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

There's no limit to the number of scholarships a student can apply for or receive.One common misperception is that if a student gets an outside scholarship (that is, a scholarship from a private organization), this can be a bad thing because it will lessen the amount of aid the student can get...

Are there any scholarship opportunities for students after they're in college? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Yes. Although there are fewer opportunities for students already in college—most students get scholarship offers for their first year and then reapply every year—there are some scholarships that students can apply for while in college.

Do outside scholarships affect other financial aid awards? – For Parents & Guardians – The College Board

Yes. Getting an outside, or private, scholarship can reduce the amount of financial aid your child gets from their college. But that doesn't mean they’ll have to pay a bigger share of their college costs. It just means that the scholarship dollars replace financial-aid-package dollars.

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