Look Twice, Save a Life Scholarship awards students $1,000 to pay for their college tuition
Students looking to fund their education can apply for this Insurance Providers grant
Create a video or essay on motorcycle safety for a chance to win a $1,000 grantto be used to pay for college expenses
Usually when students are searching for college programs to apply to they take into consideration at least two main factors:
- Does this college I’m thinking of applying to offer a degree program in the field I want to study
- Is it very expensive?
Some degrees tend to be more expensive than others, and when it comes to cost it also matter whether you’ve enrolled with a traditional or online school. Traditionally, institutions that offer university online degree programs are less expensive than 4 year traditional schools. However, in some cases there’s that extra expense involved in taking classes online in the form of a “per course” fee.
That’s why you need to ready very carefully before applying with any online school.
Also consider this aspect – some universities will have different in-state AND out-of-state tuition rats. So fees will be significantly higher if you live outside of the state. This does not apply for university online degree programs, but if you’re aiming to enroll with a traditional college you should definitely be aware of the in-state/out-of-state difference in tuition fees. Even so cost still remains high when it comes to online degrees.
You see it’s hard to make an online program more accessible for students when schools are using the same faculty staff for their online programs that they are using in their brick-and-mortar programs.
But because costs vary from school to school, it’s important to do a budget analysis, looking at all the specific costs associated with earning the particular degree you want to pursue. Once future students are made aware of all the costs and fees associated with an online program, they can decide whether distance learning is the best route or not.
That’s why it’s very important you read very careful the information presented on the university’s website. Some even offer an expense calculator tool, so you can get a better idea of how much you will end up spending to get the degree.
Oh yeah, and don’t forget about scholarships. It never hurts to apply for one or two or more. If successful, you’ll get ahold of a sum of money you can use to pay for your degree.
Here’s an example which could get you some quick money for college: the Look Twice, Save a Life scholarship which aims to help promote motorcycle safety among students.
The grant is provided by Insurance Providers, a seller of insurance and is worth $1,000. In order to apply for this grant you will need to submit a creative effort – which can range anywhere between video, artwork, essay or any other media format – that will hopefully inspire students to focus on motorcycle safety.
You will also have to fill out a brief application form with your personal details which shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes of your time. So if you want to go to college and have an interest in motorcycle safety, don’t hesitate to apply for this grant. You have until December 1, 2017 to apply.