for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship!
Love your college? Hate it? Meh?
Tell other students about your experience so they can make better decisions about college. Thousands of students have already given us their two cents!
Review your college for a chance to win a $1,000 scholarship. Scholarship rules.
Search for your college above (register or login if you are not already a member).
Answer a few questions about what students do on campus, and how they feel about subjects such as art and politics. Rate the quality of a few areas of the college. Topics include housing, food, class size, academics and facilities.
On a 5 point rating scale, tell us your overall rating for the school and you are almost done!
Tell us in 250 words or more, what you think of the college.
Application must include a star rating and minimum of 250 character written review of an accredited college or university that is listed on Unigo.com. You must currently attend or have previously attended the college that you review to be eligible.
The Unigo Review Your College scholarship is offered twice yearly. Beginning each year in June and December.
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