What can you do as a scholar?

A scholar is a person who pursues academic and intellectual activities, particularly those that develop expertise in an area of study. A scholar may also be an academic, who works as a professor, teacher or researcher at a university or other higher education institution.

How do I become a Google Scholar?

Log on to scholar.google.com and click the “My Citations” link at the top of the page to get your account setup started. On the first screen, add your affiliation information and university email address, so Google Scholar can confirm your account.

What happens if you win a scholarship?

Once you have won a scholarship, you are required to report it to the college you plan to attend. The school then reassesses the financial aid package. Basically, when a student wins a scholarship, they become less “needy,” which means they do not need as much financial aid.

Does raise me actually give you money?

Is it cash? The money on RaiseMe represents scholarship dollars from colleges and is applied as a traditional college scholarship would be – as a discount on your tuition when you enroll. There is no cash from RaiseMe or from any of our college partners.

Can I use a student loan for anything?

Both federal student loans and private student loans can be used to cover the cost of attendance at your chosen school. After taking out tuition and fees (plus room and board if you live on-campus), your college can forward excess student loan funds to you, which you can use to pay living expenses.

Does a student have to pay taxes on scholarships?

Students who enroll full-time and are entitled to the tuition deduction are not required to claim scholarship money as taxable income, except when related to employers and businesses. The following qualify for the scholarship exemption and are considered non-taxable: scholarships. awards.