Having a lot of demands from school and extra-curricular activities make students broke. Even if your degree program is in an online school, there are still things you need in order to learn. From dorm needs, school supplies to even your organization needs, they are all becoming expensive. Imagine yourself getting your online classes but you’re still grumpy, you think that you need your coffee but it’s a bit expensive for you who has a tight budget. StudentSaveEngine is there to help you! As an advocate for students, The University Network created a site to look for the cheapest finds from thousands of stores with student coupons, discounts and affordable deals. Their aim is to make their product better for their advocates without any degree program specifications. They also want to hear want these broke students want to save on, so try finding student coupons for your coffee before taking your online classes. That will help you to be active without worrying of being broke again.
A total of $5 888 will be given to one lucky winner who could catch their attention on what he/she wants to save. To apply, unleash your inner creativity by writing an essay, making a video or creating an infographic about the best deal you found in StudentSaveEngine and how did it help you, or things and/or brand that you cannot find in StudentSaveEngine that you need and explain why is it so important to you. You can then send your submission via email, email@example.com or post it on your social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter) and tag @TUNdiscounts using their hashtags #StudentSaveEngine and #TUNscholarship. For infographic submissions, you can also use your Pinterest accounts to post and use #StudentSaveEngine and #TUNscholarship as hashtags in your pin description and link your pin to this scholarship post (https://www.tun.com/blog/broke-college-student-scholarship/). Make sure that you follow these so that they can see your posts!
Remember the rules before applying:
- Less than 500 words essay
- Criteria for judging:
- 50% Thoughtfulness of responses
- 30% Relevance to prompt
- 15% Quality composition
- 5% Grammatical accuracy
- Eligible applicants are current college students or high school seniors
- Applicants must not be children or grandchildren of employees, officers, directors or owners of TUN, Inc.
An amount of $5 888 will be given as scholarship grant to anyone chosen. Students from online schools may also apply. The scholarship does not require any degree program specifications. Students may apply twice during the academic year 2018-2019. Application for Fall Semester must be before December 31, 2018 (11:59 PM EST) and for Spring Semester, before June 15, 2019 (11:59 PM EST).