How do you find scholarships for the next academic year?
This is where the University of Connecticut has set up an app that’s been helping students find the scholarships they need to go to school.
For the first time, the app is available for both incoming freshman and existing students.
The app allows users to create a personalized list of scholarships to apply to in their area.
Once approved, the students can then search for scholarships in their state and submit them to the app.
It can also show students how much money they will be saving by applying.
“Our goal is to help students who need help getting to their destination.
It’s important for them to know that they’re not alone,” said Jennifer Fazio, UConn’s vice president of external relations.
Fazio said UConn has partnered with a national nonprofit organization called the National Scholarship Council to help find scholarships in a variety of fields.
In the U.S., it’s the largest scholarship network and a key driver of student financial aid.
For example, Fazie said, if you’re a recent graduate with a master’s degree and are working at an international nonprofit in the U, you might qualify for financial aid to help pay for a summer abroad.
If you’re an incoming freshman, you can apply for scholarships through the UConn app.
For incoming freshmen, the U-Conn app includes a tool to find and apply for scholarship opportunities.
This tool will also show you the financial aid awards you might be eligible for if you choose to apply for any.
“The idea is to make it as easy as possible to apply and to get those scholarships in the first place,” Fazia said.
“When we first launched the app, it wasn’t quite clear to our students, ‘Hey, this is what’s going to happen, what’s the best way to apply?’
We were hoping that we would get a really good mix of students that were in the same position and were interested in applying,” Fizzio said.UConn has worked with the scholarship council since the beginning of the program, Fazzio said, and has worked closely with the National Association of Scholars to provide guidance and guidance for student aid.
The university is also partnering with the American Council on Education to assist with student aid outreach.
“We are very happy to be able to work with this national nonprofit, National Scholarship Committee, and the National Council on Scholarships,” Fazzi said.
“We hope that it can help us to reach out to a wide range of students.”
If you or someone you know needs help applying for scholarships, Fizzi said, contact the UConnect Student Financial Aid office at 724-895-5500 or visit the UCommunity.com website.