Going to college isn’t cheap, and even if you have been saving for yourself or your children to go to school, you may still be wary of the tuition and fees price tag. Luckily, there are millions of dollars in scholarships that go unclaimed every single year, and technology has made it easier for you to access those. Whether you’re looking to continue your education or just starting off, there are apps that can help you pay for college.
Probably the most well-known app to help find students scholarships is Scholly. It first went mainstream when founder Christopher Gray appeared on Shark Tank in 2015. He got a deal with Lori Greiner and Daymond John, who helped make Scholly a household name for people who need some assistance paying for college. Their platform helps match you with scholarships that would be a good fit for what you’re looking to go to school for. It helps both undergrads and graduate students find good opportunities and cuts out the wasted time searching for scholarships online. There is a fee of $2.99 associated with using the app.