SOURCE: Edvisors

January 28, 2008 10:14 ET

Student Loan Network Sponsoring $10,000 Scholarship

Application Is Fast With No GPA or Other Requirements

QUINCY, MA--(Marketwire - January 28, 2008) - The Student Loan Network, an Edvisors Company (www.edvisors.com), is marking its 10th anniversary by sponsoring the Ten-Year $10K Scholarship -- a special $10,000 scholarship to be awarded in the first quarter of 2008. "We are celebrating ten years by giving back to our students. It is becoming increasingly difficult to pay for the rising cost of a college education. Our goal for the last ten years has been to help students find the right solutions -- from scholarships and grants to federal and private loans," said Joe Cronin, President of the Student Loan Network. "What student couldn't use a $10,000 scholarship?"

Any current college or graduate student -- or anyone who will be enrolled in 2008 -- is eligible for this scholarship. By registering at www.studentloannetwork.com/10k, students will receive one entry. The application is simple -- it takes about half a minute to complete and has no essay, transcript, or GPA requirements. Each time someone refers a friend who registers, they will receive another entry. "The funds will be sent directly to the winning student's school," explained Cronin, "so our only requirement is that the student will be a full-time student during 2008. It's important that these funds are used for tuition and other essential education expenses, and sending money directly to the school ensures that."

Visit www.studentloannetwork.com/10k to learn more about the Ten-Year $10K Scholarship. Students do not need to be customers of the Student Loan Network to be eligible. No purchase is necessary.

About Student Loan Network

The Student Loan Network, an Edvisors company, is one of the nation's fastest growing providers of student loans and related information. Since 1998 we have connected 25 million students and parents with over $1 billion in scholarships, grants and federal, private and consolidation loan funding. To help make the confusing and stressful financial aid process easier, the Student Loan Network also delivers helpful information, including the award-winning Financial Aid Podcast, a multitude of financial aid-related blogs and the monthly Financial Aid Newsletter. Learn more about the Student Loan Network at http://www.StudentLoanNetwork.com.

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