Unusual college scholarships
Graduation is right around the corner for high school seniors. Currently the average cost for undergraduate tuition, room and board for an in-state school is $17,000. A private four-year school is $38,000. But there are some unusual and downright bizarre ways you can fund your college dreams.
First, get stuck at your prom with duct tape. Duck brand offers $5,000 for the best dressed duct taped prom outfits.
Tall teens can get a leg up on their academics thanks to the Tall Clubs International scholarships. Women need to be at least 5'10" and men 6'2" to qualify for the $1,000 scholarship.
The Little People of America also offers a scholarship for those 4'10" and under.
Interested in ghosts or psychic matters? Students studying parapsychology could be eligible for the $3,000 Eileen J. Garrett scholarship, proving there's a scholarship out there for just about everyone.
Experts recommend starting your search early to find scholarships you may qualify for.
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