College Raptor to Award Another $2,500 Scholarship


College Raptor to Award Another $2,500 Scholarship

Iowa City, IA — College Raptor, the only college planning website that helps students and families discover schools based on academic, cultural, and personalized cost estimates, is expanding its $2,500 College Raptor Scholarship Program to include another $2,500 award. New applications will be accepted through June 1, 2018.

Due to the overwhelming response to the first scholarship of College Raptor’s $2,500 Scholarship Program, the company is adding a second award to the program. The winner of the first award will be announced by March 31, 2018. Students who applied for the initial award will be considered for the new scholarship but are required to submit a separate entry. To enter the scholarship contest, each student will write a short essay after using to identify college options that match their academic profile, campus preferences, and financial circumstances, in addition to exploring the true cost of their education. The application process including essay prompts can be found at and will conclude on June 1, 2018.

“Our company’s mission is to help families make informed decisions about their college selection and most often that involves cost. Presenting affordable school options that will allow students to achieve their goals is what makes College Raptor unique. This second award extends our commitment to getting students one step closer to college success.” says William Staib, CEO and founder of College Raptor.

For more information, please contact Chris Paasch at 319-849-7101, [email protected]

About College Raptor, Inc.

College Raptor builds products to help students, parents, counselors, and colleges resolve some of the most significant challenges in college planning. The college search platform allows users to estimate their individual “net” cost for attending any four-year college in the United States. As a result, students and their families discover quality, affordable college options they might never have considered because of a lack of awareness or financial concerns. For more information about College Raptor, visit