We acquired ScholarshipExperts in 2013 and have been working together to build the most powerful college resource website ever since, combining ScholarshipExpert’s industry-leading scholarship matching engine with Unigo’s cutting-edge college matching tools and student reviews. In June 2015, all of ScholarshipExpert's features were integrated into Unigo. Now, everything you need for college is in one place.
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Q: I applied for scholarships on ScholarshipsExperts. Do I need to reapply on Unigo?
A: Nope! If you submitted an application to one or more of the ScholarshipExperts monthly scholarships, your application is still good to go. Also, you can now view all the same scholarships on Unigo and apply for any that you haven't already.
Q: My ScholarshipExperts username and password don't work on Unigo. What's up?
A: If you already had an account with Unigo, you'll need to log in with your Unigo username and password. If you didn't already have a Unigo account and your ScholarshipExperts username and password aren't working, please let us know and we'll help.
Q: How do I reset my password?
A: If you have a username and password from ScholarshipExperts or Unigo and you've forgotten your password, resetting it is easy.
Q: I used to be able to flag scholarships I'd already applied for, or didn't want to apply for, on ScholarshipExperts. I can't figure out how to do this on Unigo!
A: Yeah, it's a little bit different on Unigo, but it's still there. We promise! Check it:
Q: I applied for scholarships on ScholarshipExperts. How will I find out if I won?
A: Finalists for all ScholarshipExperts scholarships will be contacted by Unigo. You can always check out all of the scholarship winners here.
Q: SATs/ACTs were cancelled for the spring semester, what does that mean for my application?
A: Many SATs / ACTs are being canceled or rescheduled. Please refer to for updates regarding future exam dates, changes to college application requirements, and new resources/ study plans to help you stay sharp.
Q: Will my summer classes be affected by COVID-19?
A: Institutions are actively monitoring the state of COVID-19. Check directly with your school to find out if summer classes will be impacted by COVID-19.
Q: How is COVID-19 impacting me as an International student?
A: The outlines a variety of resources accessible to students during this unfortunate time. Students are also encouraged to sign up with their school’s campus alerts system to stay up to date, on the operational status of their schools. For further information during this time check the FAQ section of the Exchange Visitor Program site: , listed under the title, “Exchange Visitor Program Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)”.
Q: As a student with a disability, which resources are available to assist me with online learning, during the COVID-19 outbreak?
A: Like any other student, students with disabilities, deserve accessibility to additional educational resources such as online learning. Resources for parents, students of all types as well as educators, can be found on the “Resources & Tools: COVID-19” page of the National Center for Learning Disabilities site: .
Q: What happens to my student loans during this time? Is there a difference between how private and federal student loans are being handled?
A: Federal Student Loan Forbearance
Forbearance means a temporarily stop making payments. President Trump has signed the CARES Act which confirmed that federal student loan payments have been automatically stopped from March 13, 乐享彩票- September 30, 乐享彩票. However, students still may make payments if they choose to. To determine if your federal student loans are impacted by the CARES Act, please see the following link:
Private Loan Forbearance
Students who are borrowing private loans, are encouraged to contact their loan servicer directly to discuss any options that may exist.
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