WOBURN, Mass. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- StudentAdvisor.com, a Washington Post Company and leading "all things learning" resource, has launched the Scholarship Advisor app for iPhone and iPad users that provides students with quick access to thousands of college scholarship opportunities worth millions of dollars. The free app connects users with fast and easy tools to search, match, save and share scholarships so that students never miss an application deadline.
“Spring is college decision season’ - the time of year when hundreds of thousands of students receive news about their applications to colleges,” explains Dean Tsouvalas, StudentAdvisor’s editor-in-chief. “The Scholarship Advisor app creates a ‘fast lane’ to find scholarships and financial help to make opportunities happen for aspiring students of all ages."
Available at www.studentadvisor.com or the iTunes app store as a free download, Scholarship Advisor includes a wide assortment of academic and nonacademic scholarships that can help traditional and nontraditional college students fund their education. Key features, including many that are unique to the Scholarship Advisor app, include:
“With the rising costs of education, more and more students are looking for help to make college more affordable,” said Tsouvalas. “They can’t afford to miss out because a deadline passed without them knowing. Since many scholarships are small, regional, or not well-known, the Scholarship Advisor app brings these scholarships within reach of those who need money for college.”
To learn more about the Scholarship Advisor app, visit www.studentadvisor.com and click the link to the Scholarship Advisor page. Check out a brief video from Dean on YouTube that shows how easy the app is, as well as off some of the key features noted above.
StudentAdvisor.com, a Washington Post Company, is the leading "all things learning" resource for students of all ages. The site empowers users to determine which learning experiences and scholarships are the right fit for their personality, academic background, budget, career path, and future. The regularly curated content addresses key areas of higher education including: choosing a college, online learning, MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), and finding or restarting a career. Users also have free access to regularly updated college reviews, college and scholarship match tools, digital magazines filled with relevant content and advice, and more. StudentAdvisor.com publishes the annual Top 100 Social Media Colleges, a scientifically calculated list that highlights the colleges that are best using social media. The company is a proud member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling.