Meet Our 2016 ScholarshipPoints.com Winners

You could be the next scholarship winner added to the Winners' Wall! We can't wait to announce the next winner on June 1st — we hope you're the one!

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Check out what our winners have to say about ScholarshipPoints.com and how they used their scholarship winnings. It's NEVER too late to get free scholarship money for college.

May 2016 Scholarship Winners

$1,000 You Can't Fool Me Scholarship 2016 Winner

May 02, 2016

Michael Foresteire,

Michael Foresteire

No School Listed

"This "You Can't Fool Me!" Scholarship will help me tremendously with my college career. I believe I work very hard to get the grades that I deserve and this scholarship can go a long way and helping me figure out what I want to do with the rest of my life. "

$1,000 Hop To It Scholarship 2016 Winner

May 02, 2016

Trieu Nguyen - Not Confirmed

University of California-Davis

$1,000 Green Is the New Black Scholarship 2016 Winner

May 02, 2016

Rhea Bogard, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Rhea Bogard

University of Missouri-Kansas City

"My name is Rhea Bogard and I am currently a junior at the University of Missouri-Kansas City pursuing a dual degree in Finance and Marketing. I’ve been trying to win a scholarship here for years and I feel so blessed to have won my very first scholarship! Every penny counts and this will really help me pay for tuition for my upcoming school year. Thank you so much Scholarshippoints for helping me along my journey to getting my bachelors!"

April 2016 Scholarship Winners

$1,000 National Pi Day Scholarship 2016 Winner

April 01, 2016

Alan Gutierrez, California State University-Northridge

Alan Gutierrez

California State University-Northridge

"Hi, my name is Alan Gutierrez and I am 18 years old and I live in San Diego, California. I am recently a high school senior at Olympian High school in the Chula Vista area. I applied for this scholarship because I am not that economically stable. The reason for this is that I lost my dad to cancer last year and it has been a battle not only for me but for my family in general. This scholarship will greatly benefit me in my dream of going to college. I am extremely thankful of this opportunity and i can not wait to put it to great use."

$1,000 Spring Has Sprung Scholarship 2016 Winner

April 01, 2016

Karissa Karrels, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Karissa Karrels

University of Wisconsin-Madison

"I feel extremely blessed to have won this amazing gift of money to grow my education. It has always been my dream to attend the University of Wisconsin Madison but it wasn't until a few months ago that I started to comprehend how much that was going to cost me. With help like this, I am able to learn more so I can become a productive member in the community. Although I do not know what I want to get my degree in, I do know that I want to give back to the community in anyway possible and I look forward to doing so. This money will help me follow my dream and I am so thankful for this wonderful opportunity. "

$1,000 Four-Leaf Clover Scholarship 2016 Winner

April 01, 2016

Julia Thomson, Messiah College

Julia Thomson

Messiah College

"This scholarship will help me because it will allow me to continue going to the school that is the best in my program. In addition, it will allow me to focus on the most important thing as to why we go to school; for the education. College students' main focus should not be on money! This scholarship will allow me to focus on my education and less about money. "

March 2016 Scholarship Winners

$1,000 Hail to the Chief Scholarship 2016 Winner

March 01, 2016

Brannon Butler, Arizona State University College of Law

Brannon Butler

Arizona State University College of Law

"Hello, my name is Brannon Butler. I am currently a senior at Cibola High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I have recently been accepted into Arizona State University, the college I have always dreamed of going to. I have always wanted to study criminal law, but tuition is very expensive, especially since I have chosen an out of state university. I have maintained a part time job to help save for college while maintaining a 4.3 GPA in my academic career. I want to strongly express my gratitude in regards to receiving this scholarship; I know that every little bit counts and this will greatly help me attend the college of my dreams. Thanks!"

$1,000 Cupid's Arrow Scholarship 2016 Winner

March 01, 2016