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How can I use Scholar Snapp to submit scholarship applications?

Scholar Snapp lets you apply for scholarships online and then re-use that information for other scholarship applications without retyping your data again and again. It will help you complete applications faster by pre-populating basic information requested in nearly all scholarship applications. Using the “Eligibility” legend on the Scholar Snapp website, you will be able to determine if a specific scholarship application is a fit for you (e.g. merit-based, financial need-based, enrollment requirements, geographic requirements, etc.).



Ready to save time and money?  Here's what you need to know.

Once you submit your first application to any college, you will see an alert in the Financial Aid Resources tab of the application.




This alert will prompt you to connect with Scholar Snapp within the Financial Aid Resources tab.



You will be prompted to either register an account with Scholar Snapp, or log in if you have already created your account. 



Next, you'll see a request for Common App to access your personal data from your application. Clicking "Allow" will transfer your Common App data into your Scholar Snapp account for you. (If you choose to "Deny" access to your Common App data, you'll be taken back to the Financial Aid Resources tab.)



After you click "Allow" you'll be taken back to the Financial Aid Resources tab where you will see a message indicating that your data has transferred. You should then see a button from which you can log in to Scholar Snapp at any time.



Once you’ve transferred your data from Common App to Scholar Snapp, you can view the “Partnerships” link and find scholarship applications where you can auto-fill your unique Scholar Snapp profile information. Just click the “Go Apply” button for those scholarship applications which are currently open.

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  • Topic #: 33011-2582
  • Date Created: 08/28/2015
  • Last Modified Since: 09/08/2017
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