Does a College Education Still Matter? Posted byUnigo Staff May 29, 2015 By tamaraThere has been a lot of talk in the media about the return on investment (ROI) for those who attend college. Some believe that the cost of a college education is starting to outweigh the benefits, or that students should consider starting a business instead of hitting the books. Personally, I think a college degree is priceless; there’s so much more to school than assignments and exams. College is where you can discover who you are and what drives you. It also gives you time to explore potential careers and make connections. Yes, a few people may get lucky enough to stumble upon the next big thing and strike it rich, but that’s not going to happen for the majority of us. Fortunately, going to college doesn’t necessarily mean you have to work three jobs or take out huge student loans to pay your tuition. There are these wonderful things called scholarships that can help reduce many of your expenses. In fact, ScholarshipExperts.com is giving away a $5,000 scholarship this month. Want to learn more? Check out this short video… Here is a quick recap of what you need to know. Who is eligible to apply? Any legal, U.S. resident who is 13 years or older and plans to enroll in an accredited U.S. college. How do I enter? Submit a short essay (250 words or less) telling us what you would say to someone who says an education doesn’t matter. Where do I Apply? Applications are only accepted online and must be submitted no later than 11: 59 p.m. EST on November 30. Need some inspiration? If you are suffering from writer’s block, or just don’t know if you’re moving in the right direction, be sure to head over to our website and check out the essays from our previous winners. You never know, it could help get your creative juices flowing again! For more great tips and info about scholarships, subscribe to our YouTube channel and get new Ask the Scholarship Experts videos delivered straight to your inbox. Have a question for our scholarship experts? Email [email protected] or leave a comment in the post below. We’ll choose new questions from our readers to feature in upcoming ‘Ask the Scholarship Experts’ videos!