Earn college scholarships for your high school achievements!
With a free RaiseMe profile, you can earn no-essay scholarships for getting good grades in the classroom, taking the SAT and ACT, taking AP courses, playing sports, volunteering, and more.
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• Follow your favorite colleges and discover new colleges that could be a great fit for you
• Add high school achievements, like good grades and extracurricular activities, to your Portfolio and instantly earn scholarships from colleges for each achievement
• See what you can do in high school to earn more from colleges
• Refer your friends to start earning college scholarships on RaiseMe
Already, 250+ colleges partner with RaiseMe to offer scholarships. Studying and doing your homework pays off, with colleges offering up to $1,500 for every A and $1,000 for every B. Earn up to $750 for each of your activities, like math club, speech and debate, or sports - even if you don’t plan to continue them in college. If you’re supporting your family, you can earn scholarships for that, too.
WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING:
"I found RaiseMe helpful because I really didn't have any direction towards schools and the cost was a huge concern going into it. RaiseMe opened my eyes to schools that are willing to give back to their students and that was very important to me."
Wynn P., Earned $54,000 from Susquehanna University
“RaiseMe was cleanly designed, easy to understand, and very rewarding right from the start. What I loved most about it was the fact that you could start earning micro-scholarships right away by simply entering in your grades and achievements.”
Jacob N., Earned a Full Tuition Scholarship from University of Toronto
“Raise me helped get me into a financial comfort zone that [allowed me to] focus on my studies and not worry constantly about how I’d be paying for school.”
Sean V., Earned $10,000 from Florida International University
Over 750,000 students have already used RaiseMe to find the right college and start earning scholarships in high school. Download our mobile app, create a RaiseMe profile, search for colleges, add in your grades and activities, and watch the scholarship dollars rack up - no essays or applications required.
New to RaiseMe? We have a brand-new, streamlined signup flow that gets you earning your scholarship dollars even faster. Seniors, remember to complete your RaiseMe Portfolios! Deadlines are fast approaching. This means you need fifteen credits entered on RaiseMe before the earnings deadlines of colleges you're following in order to earn the scholarships you see on RaiseMe. You got this!
Ratings and Reviews
How does this micro scholarship thing works
Developer Response ,
RaiseMe works with hundreds of colleges to create Micro-Scholarship programs. When you follow a college with a Micro-Scholarship program on RaiseMe and add items (like good grades, clubs and sports, etc.) to your portfolio, you can earn scholarships for every item you input. If you apply to, are accepted, and attend a college you're earning Micro-Scholarships to, the amount you see on RaiseMe will be the minimum amount of aid the college will give you when you attend. If you earn $20,000 in Micro-Scholarships to a college that costs $30,000, you'll at most have to pay $10,000 to attend that college. Often students earn more aid and scholarships on top of their RaiseMe earnings. To learn more, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.raise.me/how-it-works. We'd love to help and bring that 4-star review to a 5-star review! :)
This is a good app but it doesn’t let me put in anything film related for my major which is a bummer!
EDIT: I’m unable to select film as my potential college major, I can only choose art or undecided, which is an issue.
Developer Response ,
Updated November 29 response regarding your edit: We just added a LOT more majors! You should be able to add film-related majors in your Profile. Here's how! (1) Once you've logged in, hit the "More" tab at the bottom of your screen. (2) Hit "Edit Profile". (3) In the section that says "What do you want to study? (Add up to 3.) you may need to remove a major from here if you already have three by clicking in the "X". (4) Hit "Add another" / "Please Specify". (5) Now you can search Film and select either "Film / Cinema / Video Studies" or "Film / Video Production". (6) Hit "Save". And that's it!
If you have any more questions, please reach out to email@example.com – we want to do whatever we can to get that 4-star review to a 5-star review! 😀
Hi there! If you've taken a class on film, you can add it under "Courses." Just type in the name of the class under "Course Name," and if you don't see it in any of the suggested options, tap the last option on the list (that'll be whatever you typed in). Then, add the subject, grade, and year taken as usual, and hit "Save."
If you've done filmmaking outside of class, you can add it in under "Extracurriculars." And if you've received awards, be sure to add those under "Honors and Awards" too!
P.S. If this answered your question, we hope you'll consider updating your review to 5 stars to help students like you find the app and achieve their college dreams!
please download if you’re going to college
this app is actually so amazing!! im a sophomore in high school and i realized that i don’t do much to really get scholarships, nor do i have the money to pay for colleges. this makes it so much easier!! i can put in everything. literally everything. community service hours, classes, grades and gpa’s... (the list goes on). then when you select what colleges you’re interested in, the app will automatically find you money towards that school. it’s that easy. the only thing i could ask for are more colleges. obviously the really big schools won’t be on the app, but some more small schools would be nice too. really good app though, and super helpful.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the great review! Students like you keep us excited to always improve our app. We work hard to keep adding new colleges every week, so even if you don't see your dream college today, you may see it in the coming weeks and months.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.