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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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FEATURES:
• 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.

What's New

Version 1.11.1

We’re headed back to school with a big new feature...you can now add to your Portfolio when you’re offline. Now, you can add classes, test scores, college visits, activities and more from anywhere - even without an internet connection. Start the school year off right by earning scholarship dollars for the great things you’re already doing!

This version also fixes a problem that led some students to see a “Servers Unavailable” error.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

4K Ratings

4K Ratings

Awesome

gIRL 411

This app is truly amazing and very beneficial to earn money from colleges, as well as learn about different colleges in general. I just started yesterday and have already earned thousands from multiple colleges. I highly recommend using it. With that said, there are a few things that I think could be worked on. First, it would be amazing if more prestigious colleges were added and offered micro scholarships( and just more in general). But i know that is difficult. Also i think it would be nice if the grade scale went above a 100 because my school gives extra points to final semester grades for honors and AP classes. Because of this i have over a hundred on my report card for several classes. Also, the app does not let you add jobs that you still work at currently. But otherwise this app is amazing and helps you learn about colleges, while earning money from them.

Developer Response

Hey there, thank you so much and welcome to RaiseMe! We're adding new partner colleges all the time, so be sure to Follow all the colleges you're interested in, even if they don't yet offer scholarships on RaiseMe. That way, you'll be notified if they join RaiseMe later on.

As for your question around GPA, RaiseMe calculates your GPA using unweighted grades in core classes (so that means the maximum is a 4.0). Don't worry, though - colleges can see advanced courses on RaiseMe and often award more micro-scholarships for them. When you're entering your classes, be sure to note whether they're AP/IB, honors, or advanced courses - you may be eligible for more micro-scholarships on top of what you get for good grades!

We're so glad you're using RaiseMe, and if you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us at support@raise.me.

Wish more colleges were involved

Kira.crystal

2 things:

I’ve seen a lot of reviews and developer responses about this already, so I’ll just note that most of the more prestigious or elite colleges haven’t started participating as a warning to future people who start using RaiseMe who might be more ambitious like I am. Other than that, this is a pretty user friendly app; I very recently started using it and have had only minor problems thus far.

One problem I have encountered that is also minor but more annoying than the rest is the lack of customizable filters. I don’t want to comb through over a thousand colleges when my search could’ve been narrowed down by something like a button in a settings page that says “Set minimum average salary:_____” I understand it may be more difficult than I realize, but I still wish we could customize the filters by salary, debt, or popular majors even just a little.

Other than that, it is great and you should use it.

Developer Response

Hey there, glad you're enjoying the app! As you might've seen, we're adding new partner colleges all the time. Be sure to Follow schools you're interested in, even if they don't offer scholarships on RaiseMe yet, so that you'll get alerts if they do join RaiseMe in the future.

GPA

gmutone

This app is very useful for high school students! I use it once every quarter of my school year is completed. As much as I would love to give this 4 stars, my only issue with this app is the GPA. In certain schools, such as the one I attend, they count every class you take throughout the year and add it onto your GPA, including arts and physical education. By RaiseMe calculating just the core classes for our GPA, it gives its users inaccurate earnings for the colleges they’ve followed. Our GPA should be completely accurate to what we have in school to make our future college experience better.

Developer Response

Hey there! RaiseMe calculates your unweighted GPA based on core courses entered (Math, Science, English, Social Studies, and Foreign Language) which is measured on a scale of 0 to 4.0. If your school calculates GPA on a weighted scale 0 to 5.0, your GPA may appear lower on RaiseMe.

We do this to standardize across hundreds of thousands of students - for example, your school counts PE and art towards your GPA, but other schools might not. Colleges often calculate a student's unweighted GPA using core classes when determining scholarship awards, so we do the same in order to appropriately reflect what a student will get from a specific college if they are accepted.

Remember: your earnings on RaiseMe represent the minimum amount you'll get for your grades and activities - colleges may award more! Colleges will still see your transcript's GPA when you apply. They'll also see any advanced courses you add to your RaiseMe Portfolio, and often award more micro-scholarships for them.

If you have any more questions about how GPA is calculated on RaiseMe, or why we standardize GPA calculation, please reach out to support@raise.me or check out this article: https://help.raise.me/hc/en-us/articles/115002095688-How-is-GPA-calculated-on-RaiseMe-

Thanks for using RaiseMe!

Information

Seller
Raise Labs, Inc.
Size
81.3 MB
Category
Education
Compatibility
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Raise Labs, Inc. 2017
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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