The pressure is on for millions of high school seniors across the country as the deadline to make final college decisions is May 1st.
While many students are making their choices, many are also on the hunt for scholarships to help pay for college. But should students pay money to receive money? Some say paying for scholarship search services could get you ahead of the game.
Sabrina Chiu is a recent graduate of the University of Florida. As a first-generation college student, Chiu is a success story. Along with graduating debt free, she went on to work for a Fortune 500 company.
“I was able to go to college. I was able to go my four years without a penny coming out of my pocket," Chiu said. "I come from a lower income first generation family. So, I am the first in my family to attend college and attend college.”