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Shaw University has a new scholarship tool available to all students right now! Everything about finding and applying to outside scholarships is about to get easier for you. Read on for how to be matched to scholarship opportunities that are relevant to YOUR life situation.

Starting now the Office of Financial Aid is introducing a new easy, mobile, personalized process that makes finding and applying for scholarships easier. It’s easier because you don’t need to find scholarships at all—the system will match you to your best fit opportunities.

Shaw wants to provide the best student experience for you. We know how difficult it can be to search and try to find outside scholarships that you qualify for. You want an easy, straightforward, mobile-friendly way to apply for scholarships that you are eligible for. We’re proud to say that now all Shaw Bears will be able to:

  • Answer questions and match to scholarship opportunities you are eligible for
  • Easily apply online to multiple scholarship opportunities through a personalized portal
  • See scholarship metrics to determine your chances and effort required to apply
  • Be alerted whenever you are matched to new scholarship opportunities
  • Receive automated reminders about outstanding tasks and next steps

Get started now by using your Bears login information. 

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