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by Laurie Blum
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Almost every college and university offers scholarships in a wide variety of disciplines, yet many students are not aware that these scholarships exist
Almost every college and university offers scholarships in a wide variety of disciplines, yet many students are not aware that these scholarships exist. In Free Money from Colleges and Universities, Laurie Blum not only directs you to scholarship sources but also tells you how to navigate the bureaucratic maze of institutional departments and family foundations.
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Free Money for College : A Guide to More Than 1,000 Grants and Scholarships for Undergraduates. This book is a completely up-to-date list of more than 1,000 of grants and scholarships.
Blum's Guide to College Money Series. By (author) Laurie Blum. Format Book 204 pages. Publication date 01 Nov 1985. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Publisher BARNES & NOBLE. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9780064641081.
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For publications, book excerpts, and information, go to ww. aurieRKing. Originally published in Down These Strange Streets (eds. Gardner Dozois and George R. R. Martin), October, 2011, ISBN 978-0-441-02074-4. At that, I raised my eyes to hers. They were big and blue and welling with just enough tears to get the message across, but not enough to threaten her makeup. The color had to be some kind of an implant, I thought-although you’d swear her hair was a natural blond. Interesting fact: People of her kind just weren’t born blond.