Paying for college is difficult, especially as college costs
continue to rise. cuLearn is here to help you navigate the confusing world of
college finance with our educational resources.
In addition, we can help make paying for college a little easier with
our 2018 Scholarship drawings. You have
the chance to win $2,018 to help cover the costs of college by subscribing to
our blog. In 2018, we will be awarding 22 scholarships! Register only once and you will be eligible
for each of the 3 drawings in 2018.
Drawing dates: May 18, August 18, and November 18, 2018.
Earn an additional scholarship entry by submitting a blog
We want you to share your experience and ideas on how to pay
for college while avoiding excessive debt.
Your ideas could help others students in planning and paying for
Submit a qualifying original written blog post and you can
earn an extra entry into the scholarship sweepstakes! In fact, you can earn up to 5 extra entries –
1 per submitted blog post.
Blog Post Requirements:
Each blog post must be sent in a separate email
It has to come from the same email address you
used in your initial entry
The email's subject line must contain the phrase
"cuLearn 2018 Scholarship Entry"
The body of the email must contain:
Your first and last name
An original essay, between approximately 250 and
500 words, containing words of wisdom on how to pay for college while avoiding
Final date for submitting blog entries is
November 17, 2018
See the Official Rules for complete requirements and for an
alternative method of entry
By submitting a blog post, you agree to terms that allow
cuLearn, among other things, to publish your post together with your first
name, last initial, and school. See the official rules for the complete terms
to which you will be agreeing.
ELIGBILITY: This sweepstakes promotion is open to all legal
U.S. residents who are 18 years of age or older as of the date they enter the
sweepstakes; reside in the 50 states or the District of Columbia, excluding New
York and Florida; are enrolled, on the date that they submit a request for
entry into the drawing and on the date they are notified of winning, in an
accredited post-secondary educational institution or program (including
four-year college, university, community college, or trade school), and who owe
tuition or fees, or have other related educational expenses, payable to their
institution, such that they are able to make use of the prize. All of the
following are ineligible and may not enter: 1) Residents of New York and
Florida; 2) employees, contractors, officers, and directors of Sponsor, or of
Thrivent Financial for Lutherans or any of its subsidiary or affiliated
entities, or of Thrivent Federal Credit Union; any immediate family members of
any such person (defined as spouse, domestic partner, mother, father, legal
guardian, in-laws, grandmother, grandfather, brother, sister, children and
grandchildren); and anyone living in the same household of any such person.