By Tim Kowols
With the cost of attending college going up at least $2,000 next academic year according to ScholarshipWorkshop.com, high school seniors are being encouraged to look into how to make those bills a little smaller. The Door County Scholarship Network, compiled by the Door County Community Foundation, helps put all the possible awards for students in one spot. Door County Community Foundation President and CEO Bret Bicoy says the Web site has helped scholarship programs get more applicants and students find more awards available to them.
Interested students and scholarship programs can head to DoorCountyScholarships.org to learn more about the awards available and how to submit their own. There are over 200 scholarships listed on the site representing more than $600,000 in awards.