One application.
Thousands of scholarship opportunities.

CommonScholarshipApp is the ultimate all-in-one scholarship platform.

Find Scholarships Today!

Built for the 21st-century student

In an age where you can track your Uber or Postmates in real time, why are we still applying for scholarships one-by-one? We are the first-of-our-kind scholarship platform built by students, for students. With CommonScholarshipApp, you can 1-click apply to scholarships, manage letters of recommendation and supplemental essays, and track your application status all through your Student Dashboard. And unlike our competitors, we will never partner with student loan providers.

Scholarships made easy for you

Step 1.

Complete your profile

One of the hardest parts of applying for scholarships is finding the right ones. We use the information you give us to find scholarship opportunities FOR YOU. All you have to do is fill out your base profile & essay, and let us take care of the rest!

Step 2.

Start applying!

Once you have completed your profile & essay, you will instantly be matched to scholarship opportunities, tailored just for you. Some scholarships will be as easy as the click of a button, while others will require additional essays, letters of recommendation, portfolios, etc. Regardless, you’ll never have to fill out the same information twice.

Step 3.

Track your success

Once you have applied to your scholarships, you can keep track of your efforts in your customized Scholarship Dashboard. This is where you can find scholarships you’ve “liked,” applications in progress, and money that you’ve been awarded

Frequently Asked Questions

How do students get matched with scholarships?

We have built our engine in a way where it matches you to scholarship opportunities based on the information you provide. Factors such as gender, race, ethnicity, and citizenship status all affect the scholarships you are and are not eligible for. While we have tried our best to make sure that the scholarships you see are ones that you can apply to, scholarships can be very nitty-gritty in terms of what they require, so do be sure to read the eligibility requirements for each scholarship before applying! As time goes on, we are only enhancing our matching engine to provide you with a more sophisticated matching system.

Can international students/graduate students/trade school students apply?

Yes, we work with hundreds of scholarship providers to offer a variety of scholarships catering to a diverse range of students, from international students, to graduate level students, to trade school students. Please note, international students can only apply if they are legally studying at, attending, or enrolled in a U.S college or university.

How does CommonScholarshipApp protect my privacy?

Your data is protected with the highest level of security, and will only be used for the purposes of matching you with the best scholarships.

Is CommonScholarshipApp associated/partnered with any student loan providers?

CommonScholarshipApp was created to offer students an alternative solution to taking out student loans. We will never partner or associate with student loan companies.

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Winners Wall

Featured Awards
Class of 2023
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
$3,450 Awarded for Fall 2020
Jimmy Strickland | Class of 2023 | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“I realized in high school that I was different. I am classified with autism, but I want people to know that being African American and having autism makes me stronger. People tried to tell me I would never be able to get into UNC. But with the money I received, I will be the first one in my family to go to university and I can go to my dream school, the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.”
Class of 2023
University of California, Berkeley
$4,800 Awarded for Fall 2020
Annai Cuvelier | Class of 2023 | University of California, Berkeley
“I come from an underprivileged community and my dream school was UC Berkeley. A lot of people think it’s just a financial stress, but it really manifests into so much more when you’re paying for it with money you don’t have. The money I’ve won doesn’t just mean less debt. It means peace of mind.”
Class of 2021
University of Southern California
$10,000 Awarded for 2020-2021 academic year
Anastasia Zavodnick | Class of 2021 | University of Southern California
“Winning this scholarship is a huge amount of money for my education and I’ve always valued my education above anything else. Having that $10,000 is going to significantly decrease my debt, significantly decrease the interest that I’m going to owe, and it’s really going to allow me to not be so stressed so it means the world to me.”
Class of 2021
University of South Carolina
$9,500 Awarded for 2020-2021 academic year
Matthew Leach | Class of 2021 | University of South Carolina
“When it comes to scholarships, I’ve kind of just taken as many shots as I can and hoped for the best. I grew up in a single family home. Money’s not always there, so I work about 40 hours a week on top of classes. Personally, having this money means I get to cut down on hours at work, and spend more time working on school and being a senior in college.”