RaiseMe Micro Scholarship

Start earning money for college! You can earn up to $11,000 a year in scholarships from Grand View University. 


Grand View has partnered with RaiseMe to create new opportunities for students to earn scholarship dollars starting as early as 9th grade to attend college. Plus, seniors can sign up now and earn money until October 1st. When students add achievements to their RaiseMe portfolio, they become eligible to earn micro-scholarships to help fund their Grand View education.

Sign up for a FREE RaiseMe account and earn:

  • $600 for every "A" you earn (up to $9,000)
  • $200 for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • $750 for community service
  • $300 for playing a sport
  • $2,000 for visiting campus
  • $1,000 for attending a GV Summer Program
  • Plus, many additional opportunities to earn scholarship dollars

Sign Up to Get Started

How do I start?
Students begin by creating an account online through RaiseMe. Once the account is established, students must follow Grand View University and add individual achievements in and out of the classroom.
How much does it cost?
RaiseMe is free to use for high school students and high schools.
How do my micro-scholarships with RaiseMe work with other Grand View scholarships and grants?

As a participant in RaiseMe, you can earn up to $11,000 a year in scholarships and grants from Grand View. If what you have earned through RaiseMe is greater than your Grand View grants and scholarships, you will receive the higher amount that you have earned. If the amount you have earned with RaiseMe is less than what you are eligible for at Grand View, you will receive the all of your Grand View scholarships and grants.

Participating in RaiseMe rewards you for activities that help you prepare for college and helps you strive to achieve a greater academic profile.

When can I start?

Students currently enrolled in 9 – 12 grades can participate. If a student is currently in 10, 11 or 12 grade, they can retroactively complete their high school portfolio with achievements earned in previous years, going back to the 9th grade.  High school seniors may earn micro-scholarships until October 1 of their senior year.