With 3.6 million scholarships worth over $14 billion, our Scholarship Match tool is not just for students. Fill it out for your kids! Find scholarships for your child based on their individual qualities and preferences.
Unigo awards more than $30k every year in scholarships. With the minimum age to apply being 13, its never to early to start. For students already in college. We also have a: For Parents and
Search through our Scholarship Directory to find scholarship categories that meet the interests of your child.
Parent Loan for Unigo by Sallie Mae®
If you’re looking to pay for all or part of your student’s education, Unigo has partnered with Sallie Mae® to offer you the Parent Loan which features competitive interest rates and the flexibility of two repayment options. Any creditworthy individual—parent, grandparents, aunts, uncles, spouses, and guardians—can help a student achieve their dream of college.
With the loan in your name, you can give the gift of college to your student, while relieving them of the financial responsibility.
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