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Other Scholarships

The search engines below are provided to assist you in finding additional resources to help offset your college cost. Walters State Community College does not endorse or promote any of the sources listed below. However, students are always encouraged to use caution when providing personal information and be aware of scholarship scams.

Be Aware of Scholarship Scams

Students should never give out their social security number, bank account or credit card information to unsolicited emails or phone calls. Always use caution when providing your contact information.

For more detailed information on financial aid scams click here

Warning Signs of a Scholarship Scam

  • Required Fees
  • Money Back Offers or Guarantees
  • Required Credit Card or Bank Account Information