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Unclaimed Scholarships

The Unclaimed Scholarships Website is about the many different types of college scholarships which go Unclaimed every year because students do not eagerly search for a college scholarship for themselves. There are unusual, unknown and weird college scholarships that many people would never know exist; and they go Unclaimed or not used. It could be you who claims it! There is a potential scholarship for anyone who searches for it; whether it be a large amount or small amount. You just have to search hard enough to find it and don’t stop until you do. You eventially will find unclaimed college scholarships that you will win to help pay for your tuition, books, room and board or any other college related cost. Keep applying to them and you will surprise yourself. Don’t let your scholarship go unclaimed – go and search and claim it as yours!

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28 Responses

  1. Val Shave says:

    Do you have any scholarships in British Columbia,
    Canada. Our daughter l8 years is entering V.I.U.
    (Vancouver Island University) and we would really
    appreciate a scholarship……her marks and references
    are excellent.

    Thank you,
    Val Shave

  2. admin says:

    Val,

    go to Canadian scholarships for Canada students.

  3. redan benedict says:

    do u have scholarships filipino students?

  4. admin says:

    redan,

    go to Harvard scholarships which have scholarships for Filipino students.

  5. Don royce Creppin says:

    Hi , id like to know if there are scholarships for Haitian actually living in Haiti , to study in USA or Canada
    Thank you .

  6. admin says:

    Don,

    Look into the Davis scholarship program.
    Read more at HALO.

  7. ANDY says:

    HI…am a student in one of the universities in africa but i would like to transfer my studies to one of the recommended university in the USA i contacted the university in the us and they re okay to accept me but the costs are are way too high for me to afford and its really important that i do my course there because they have exactly what i want to study and persuit in life..i need a scolarship…can that be possible?.
    THANKS

  8. admin says:

    ANDY,

    look into the study abroad scholarships grants and bursaries. The Davis Scholarship is International so you may want to apply to it. As a good last result look into student loans without cosigner needed. These are government student loans.

  9. Tonja Johnson says:

    Hello! My name is Tonja Johnson, and I just received a letter for my son to be in the People to People program this summer when they go to Sydney, Australia. I’m a single mother with an income of $7.25 an hour. I recently lost my job when the company I worked for for 3yrs. sold to another company in N.C. I would hate it if my son had to miss out on a wonderful opportunity( of a lifetime) because I didn’t do everything in my power to make it happen. Can you help me or point me in the right direction? Thank You so very much for your help in this matter, Tonja Johnson

  10. admin says:

    Tonja,

    congratulations for your son. Contact the P2P via their contact webpage at http://www.peopletopeople.com/AboutUs/Pages/ContactUs.aspx. Ask them how to make it happen for your son financially to make this trip possible. Ask them what other parents do in the same financial situation as you. Ask them for suggestions on how to make it work. They should be able to point you in the right direction.

  11. Trish Landsittel says:

    Thank you for supplying a valuable service to students and impending ones. I’m assisting my son in securing scholarships while attending West Virginia University. He is currently working on a welding certificate and associate degree in the same field. He has applied for scholarships thru AWS (American Welding Society) as well as WVU itself. He will continue his studies to obtain a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts. Will you direct us to other possible scholarships? Thank you for any assistance you can lend. Happy Holidays.

  12. Hello,

    I’m reaching out to request that our upcoming $5,000 scholarship be
    included in your forum. The scholarship, “NursingHomeAbuse.net’s
    Awareness and Prevention Scholarship,” – the first of its kind – was
    created to financially assist US students committed to raising
    awareness and preventing nursing home abuse.

    Any student enrolled in an accredited online post-secondary
    institution is eligible to apply, however, this scholarship is
    particularly suited for students studying nursing,
    social work, psychology, or healthcare administration. The applicant
    must also be receiving some form of need-based aid. The scholarship
    will help pay for non-tuition related living expenses for the
    2012-2013 academic year that are not covered by the recipient’s
    current financial aid such as:

    – Rent
    – Childcare
    – Books and School Supplies
    – Utilities – Gas/Electric
    – Utilities – Internet Connection
    – Groceries

    Applications must be emailed or postmarked by February 15th, 2012 to
    be considered. The winner will be announced on May 31st, 2012.

    Further information about the scholarship can be found at:
    http://www.nursinghomeabuse.net

    If you have any questions, please let me know. I’m happy to assist in
    any way I can. We’re looking forward to being included in your
    database.

    Best Regards,

    Shannon Shoemaker
    Outreach Coordinator
    NursingHomeAbuse.net – ‘Dedicated To Preventing The Causes And
    Repairing The Consequences Of Nursing Home Abuse.’
    Shannon@NursingHomeAbuse.net

  13. Good Afternoon,

    We just launched a new $5,000 scholarship, exclusively for US students pursuing a degree that will help combat prejudice and bullying in the GLBT community (full scholarship details at: http://www.GayDatingSites.net). The scholarship will cover non-tuition related expenses such as rent, childcare, textbooks, utilities and groceries for the 2012-2013 academic year. The application window is April 1st – June 1st.

    We would love it if you could help us raise awareness about this great opportunity by posting our scholarship information and link on your site. I am available by email to answer any questions and address any concerns you may have about my request, and I hope to hear from you soon!

    Shannon Shoemaker
    Outreach Coordinator
    Gay Dating Sites.net
    shannon@gaydatingsites.net

  14. admin says:

    shannon,

    this sounds like a great scholarship!

  15. Kiawna Brewster says:

    Hello,

    I’m studying abroad next year in Florence, Italy and I am desperate to find any scholarships that are possible. Could you perhaps lend any advice on finding scholarships or send me a link that you might know of that will help me in my search? It would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

    Kiawna Brewster

  16. Brenda Paradise says:

    I have 73 credit hours in Psychology, I am a Tennessee resident and need assistance. I am looking into a Social Work degree (which is required in TN) to work as a Bereavement Counselor, I will be staying in the state once I graduate.

    Thanks,

    Bren

  17. admin says:

    Brenda,

    you may want to visit: http://www.tn.gov/collegepays/mon_college/tsa_award.htm and apply to as many scholarships and grants as possible.

  18. George says:

    Would you consider adding this to your scholarship pages so that your students can benefit from this scholarship.

    To apply for the scholarship students need to write an essay on any advice they can give other students. Highlights of the scholarships are:

    Scholarship web page http://graduatetutor.com/mba-tips/
    Scholarship value $5,000
    Apply with: An essay on “Any advice you have for fellow students”
    Email essay to: care@graduatetutor.com
    Last date: November 30, 2012

    If we can assist you with any more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us. If I should be contacting someone else, please let me know too.

    George

  19. admin says:

    George,

    here you go!

  20. Oxana says:

    My name is Oxana Guskova, I am from Moscow, Russia. This year I was accepted to University College Dublin for TESOL Master’s program I have good academic record, recommendations (both academic and work), my IELTS score is 8,5. I would like to find out if there are any scholarship options available in this case

  21. admin says:

    Oxana,

    you must contact the University College Dublin and go into there FinAids office to inquire about this.

  22. Anne says:

    Hi, i am a teacher and have been teaching for the past seven years.I have a diploma in TEFL.I want to expand my vision as well as increase my abilities.could you please guide me about any scholarship regarding a degree in teaching, in US or Canada?

  23. admin says:

    Anne,

    have you looked into a teach grant? See if you qualify for it; or any other assistance this website may offer. Also read about teacher scholarships and grants. They may have offerings for you to apply to. If unsure; contact them via email to see if you would fit into their guidelines before you apply.

  24. Bryant orora says:

    Hello,
    Am a high school graduate from Kenya, graduated from high school in 2013. I recently received an offer letter to University of Massachusetts Lowell to do a bachelors course in electrical and computer engineering starting January for four years but am faced with a challenge of paying the tuition fees. It has been my passion to study at Umass Lowell and I finally have the opportunity but face financial challenges. I require a financial statement to prove am able to pay the tuition fees in order to secure a spot in the school but i luck a sponsor. Hope that you can help me. Thank you.

  25. admin says:

    Bryant,

    unfortunately we do not offer sponsorship’s. You should go into the financial aids office at the Umass campus and discuss need based programs which can help you. They will guide you towards on what programs to apply for – which I think should be some for you. Read more on guaranteed scholarships for college. Does your government have bursaries that will help pay some of your schooling?

  26. BernardHamptom says:

    So what unclaimed scholarships are out there for African americans

  27. admin says:

    BernardHamptom,

    you can read more at black scholarships and minority scholarships for college. Read more also at: http://www.easyscholarships.us/.

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