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ScholarshipPoints.com Awards $10,000 in Scholarships to Students Across the Country

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Students from West Texas A&M University and the University of North Carolina among recent ScholarshipPoints scholarship winners.

QUINCY, MA (October 24, 2011) – ScholarshipPoints (www.scholarshippoints.com), an Edvisors online education company, awarded $10,000 on October 3rd to students from Louisiana State University, West Texas A&M University, University of Massachusetts, Miami University, University of North Carolina and more. Through their free scholarships program, ScholarshipPoints will help students of all ages achieve their dreams of a college education by giving away over $120,000 this year. To ensure funds are used for educational purposes, awards are sent directly to the student’s financial aid office.

Alexander Olivo, a freshman at Miami University knows that his $1,000 scholarship award will help him tremendously. “I am a first generation college student raised by a single mother with two younger siblings,” said Alexander. “I am paying off the balance of what I owe on my education our of my own pocket. This money will absolutely add some much needed support.”

ScholarshipPoints is committed to helping students alleviate some of the financial burden associated with higher education. Students who join the program have the opportunity to complete activities in order to earn points. Each point equals one entry into a scholarship drawing. The more points a member enters into a drawing, the greater their chances are of winning. In addition to giving away scholarship money, ScholarshipPoints also educates students on a variety of higher education topics and connects them to third party scholarship offers and alternative financial aid options.

ScholarshipPoints awards multiple monthly scholarships worth up to $10,000. To learn more or to enter upcoming scholarship drawings, visit www.ScholarshipPoints.com.

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