There is a lot of scholarship money available, but many scholarships still go unclaimed. This is because they do not come on a platter of gold - you have to know where to find them, and how to apply for them.

Our team of experienced scholarship consultants will help you navigate the scholarship maze.

Not all scholarships that you see online are legitimate; some are scams!

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What is a Scholarship?

What is a Scholarship?

A scholarship is a monetary award to support a student's education.

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How Can I Get Scholarships?

How Can I Get Scholarships?

Each scholarship has its own requirements because it is an investment in its recipients. Please reach out to us for more details.

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Thank you Mr. Lawal and Ms. Funmilayo for taking the time to talk to my son and I about Scholarship possibilities. I had no idea how to navigate this field at all! My son has been attending a local community college and we’ve been paying out of pocket for books and classes because I had no idea so I am looking forward to him finally being able to get some financial aid so we won’t be 100% responsible!
Thank you for doing all the background work in finding available scholarship funds out there! You are doing all the hard work so he can focus on just applying for them!
Finally, thank you for making it reasonable for lower income families to be able to reach out to you because there are some other entities who charge so much for the same service that we can’t afford to use their services!



Maryam’s expertise in scholarship research and guidance was extremely instrumental in my qualification as a two- year recipient of a scholarship. This opportunity provided me with the additional financial support that I needed to complete my degree in Engineering. Thank you!!

HamedF (Houston, TX)


Scholarship Plaza is a scholarship consulting business with a focus on funding for college expenses through scholarship and grant opportunities.

The goal of every college student is to graduate and make a decent living. The current reality is that the cost of college education has increased exponentially within the last 40 years – and it is not coming down.

Here is a fact: 7 in 10 seniors (68%) who graduated from public and nonprofit colleges in 2015 had student loan debt, with an average of $30,100 per borrower*. One need not go too far to realize that this is a huge burden on graduates. It is all around us.

Of course there are government grants, interest-free and deferred-interest loans, but these are inadequate and not available to everyone.

The alternative to education is more expensive in most cases. Therefore, over 80% of students believe that the only way out is to seek loans. Scholarship Plaza is pleased to inform you that there is FREE money available to every serious student. No one should be left behind!

Loans come in handy and they are generally easy to obtain – some loan applications take less than 5 minutes to complete. The reality dawns on loan recipients when they graduate and have to pay back their loans.

Former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama, did not pay off their school loans until 2004! If that is the situation of the first family, what do we say about the regular people?

The scholarship application process, on the other hand, is not as easy as a loan application. It is however not as difficult as many applicants think. It just needs a little effort for a lifetime of ease – you do not need to pay anything back!

We at Scholarship Plaza are here to help you navigate the scholarship world regardless of your profile or economic status.

Everyone has a story. It is our pleasure to listen to yours and help you demystify the process of finding the right scholarships for you.

*The Institute for College Access & Success



We at Scholarship Plaza are not scholarship committee members, and so cannot guarantee that any applicant will be awarded a scholarship. Scholarship awards are the prerogative of the respective scholarship committees.