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Scholarships.com's $500 InstaScholarship

Another academic year is right around the corner and high school and college students are preparing for another successful year in all different kinds of ways. We want to see what your top priorities are for the upcoming school year. Here at Scholarships.com, we want to help students financially by offering $500 towards school! Utilize your advanced social media skills and enter for a chance to win for Scholarships.com's $500 #InstaScholarship. Here's how to enter:

  1. Starting July 18th, follow @scholdotcom on Instagram
  2. Share a post/pic of your top priorities for this upcoming school year
  3. Tag @scholdotcom and use #InstaScholarship in your caption
We will announce and tag the winner on Instagram on September 30th!
  • Starts: July 18th
  • Ends: September 30th
  • Number Available: 1
  • Amount: $500

For official rules, please click here.

While you're waiting to see if you've won, begin your free scholarship search for more opportunities to fund your college education.

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These scholarship competitions are offered by Scholarships.com and are in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram, Twitter, Facebook or other social media networks.

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