Tuition Funding Sources Available With Help of Wells Fargo Sponsorship

November 21, 2014 at 11:05 am

Iowa Jump$tart Coalition Member Wells Fargo has recently stepped in as the exclusive sponsor of Tuition Funding Sources, which is one of the oldest and most trusted names in the scholarship industry.

Tuition Funding Sources is available free of charge to all high school students looking to continue their education after graduation, all college students currently attending a college or university and all other adults either at home or in the work force that desire to obtain a college degree or take college courses to improve their skills and education.

Most other scholarship search websites contain small scholarship databases made up of mostly national scholarships. These scholarships receive the largest number of applications and are the most difficult to win. The websites contain very few college sponsored awards thus eliminating the largest category of scholarship funds and those awards that students have the best chance to win.

The TFS website likewise contains millions of national scholarships, but the largest portion of the TFS scholarship database is made up of scholarships sponsored by individual colleges and universities.

Advertisements

Entry filed under: Financial Literacy Tools, Helpful Information. Tags: , , .

2015 Money Smart Kid Essay Contest Announced Jump$tart Member Spotlight: Iowa State University Extension and Outreach


Upcoming Events

Iowa Jump$tart Meeting
March 14, 2017
At Professional Educators of Iowa

JumpStart Twitter

Archives

RSS The Money Godmother’s Blog

  • Why Is Financial Health Such a Big Deal? June 27, 2017
      You probably encounter young store clerks who can’t make change without the digital register. You likely know kids who own nearly every electronics gadget advertised.…
    moneygodmother

RSS AskMrG Blog

  • Determining Our Wants From Our Needs 5 Dangerous Attitudes July 2, 2017
    Not long ago I attended a ceremony in which a high school girl was honored for her entrepreneurial successes. When asked how she could achieve such remarkable things at her age, she replied, “I learned very early on to know the difference between my wants and my needs.”She had learned at an early age what many fail to learn in an entire lifetime! Failure to […]

%d bloggers like this: