Scholarships are awesome resources if you’re checking out different ways to pay for college. It’s free money - what’s not to love? As it turns out, most scholarship programs have application processes that aren’t exactly lovable. Students generally have to submit a lot of information about themselves: transcripts, GPA, test scores, resumes, community service activities, and so on. There may even be a few essays and grade requirements thrown in as well. You don’t want to complain, because again, free money - but these applications sure are tedious when you’re working on college apps, high school courses, and financial aid applications all at the same time. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 10 easiest fellowships and scholarships to get in 2017.
Some ask you to write short essays while others don’t require any essays at all! The awards may not be as large as some other scholarships, but when the application process is so easy, you really don’t have much to lose. I'll start off with some words of warning before getting into the good stuff: essay and no-essay scholarships that are so easy to apply for, you may end up applying to all of them! You can also check our list of 6 Boarding Schools in Europe that Offer Scholarships.