American Liberty Scholarship

You stand to earn a $5,000 scholarship, but at what cost?.

Paying for college can be really tough. Not everyone has a nest egg saved up or is eligible for student loans. Scholarships can be a great way to pay for a part of your college tuition. American Liberty Scholarship is one of many scholarships available to aspiring college students.

American Liberty Scholarship is a foundation set up to provide a yearly scholarship to a deserving student. The scholarship is a one time $5,000 award given out to anyone who is aspiring to get their bachelors, masters, PhD or technical certification. Anyone can apply for the award through the online website. The application process is 3 steps which includes personal information as well as information regarding GPA and previous achievements.

Each month the top 10 semifinalists of those that apply in that month are chosen to go on to the next round. The 10 semifinalists chosen will then be sent a second form to fill out and will be required to write an essay. The Scholarship Review Committee will then choose 2 finalists from that month to go on to compete for the scholarship. The semifinalists will receive a $50.00 prize and a certificate.  At the end of the year the 24 finalists will then compete to win the $5,000 scholarship.

The winner of the scholarship can only use the money to fund their education. The winner must also participate in any photos, video shoots or magazine articles at the discretion of the scholarship management.

– Easy to apply
– Monetary prize and certificate at semifinalist level
– Not a large number of applicants

– The company will use your information to send advertising/marketing materials
– The company has access to personal information which they can use anyway they want
– Not much information on the company or scholarship

– Free to apply
– Your personal information is at risk

American Liberty Scholarship is not a bad scholarship to apply for. Not many people probably know about this scholarship. The website lists only about 100 people apply each month so you have a decent chance of winning. However, the primarily goal of this website is to collect your personal information for marketing purposes. If you are okay with this practice go ahead and apply to the scholarship. Make sure you read the privacy policy and eligibility rules before you apply.

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Malik Mcgregor


Dear Scholarship American Liberty Scholarship,

My name is Malik McGregor, a recent graduate of John Jay High school and a recipient of your
$600 scholarship. I am enrolled in Wells College for this Fall 2017.

I was informed by my guidance counselor that the money would be sent to the college,

but I haven’t received the funds as of today. I’m depending on this money to help pay for my
tuition and fees. The check can be sent to:

Wells College

Address- 170 Main St, Aurora, NY 13026

Account #513419

My first semester starts on 8/24 and I am depending on these funds to cover the balance that is
due on my account. I’m desperately in need of these funds.

Please let me know if I need to provide you with additional information.

Thank you very much for investing in my education and allowing me to fulfill my dreams of
becoming an engineer.

Yours truly.

Malik McGregor


posted Aug 1st, 2017 1:53 pm



i also entered before checking out the reviews, however i did recieve an email that my GPA puts
me in the top 10% of applicants for the month and that I’m in the running for finalist. I was
sent forms to fill out and mail back to an address in FL.
posted Mar 1st, 2011 10:51 am



I no longer think this scholarship is dangerous. I just think it is a fraud. The Better Business
Bureau has no complaints about this company as far as identity theft or anything nasty like
that. However, after applying for this scholarship I have NOT received any notification
concerning the scholarship winners, although this information was supposed to be released 5 days
ago. They have not updated their finalists page since 2009. Don’t waste your time on this
posted Feb 3rd, 2011 8:34 pm



i’m scared as shit because I applied to this scholarship before I saw all these forums saying
this scholarship is fishy… has anyone who has applied had problems with identity theft or any
crap like that?? some forums are warning that here might be problems with it. I’m so worried
posted Jan 8th, 2011 9:14 pm



i have been trying to find the number for American Liberty scholarship if someone from their can
give them their phone number i would really appreciated
posted Dec 4th, 2010 7:06 pm


posted Nov 2nd, 2010 2:29 pm



I’ve earned a 4.0 GPA throughout college and THREE TIMES I’ve received notice that I’m “in the
top 10%” to win this particular scholarship. I’ve sent in the applications but never heard
another word from them each time. I DO wonder if anybody actually does win the money.
posted Jul 1st, 2010 9:05 am

busani mzizi

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posted Oct 2nd, 2009 8:19 am



I was an idiot and applied for this scholarship. I then quickly unsubscribed, but I’m terribly
afraid because I put down the company I used to work for. They didn’t ask for the company’s
contact info, but I’m so afraid they’ll look it up and start calling/mailing/emailing them. This
is my main concern because I don’t work there any more. If anyone has applied for this and put
down their employer, please leave a feedback and let me know if they contacted your employer or
not. This is bothering me very much. Thanks!
posted Jun 17th, 2009 1:24 am



i got the email about this scholarship but i am definately not sending them my information. If
you search the society itself on the internet there is nothing about it which is sketchy. Also,
they don’t even have a phone number on their invitation letter. I really doubt they really send
money to anyone at the end of their competition.
posted Apr 8th, 2009 10:09 pm



Until someone gets an actual check from them, I would be very wary. They have not issued any
scholarships yet.
If it’s too good to be true…
posted Jan 17th, 2009 7:46 am



I am actually am one of the finalists and the spam has not been too bad. The chance of a $5000
scholarship is worth it, in my opinion. This will help me pay on my federal loans…which, after
almost 4 years amount to quite a bit.
posted Jan 6th, 2009 6:17 am

Marx Twain


I’d agree with you for a $500 “scholarship,” but for this one, it seems well worth it. If you
really need the money–many do these days–and you’re confident in the value of your
achievements, it seems well worth the few hours work involved. Although, it’s disgusting how
this is used as an advertising gimmick.
posted Aug 5th, 2008 3:19 pm



how bad does the ads/spam get? =x
posted Aug 5th, 2008 3:19 pm



It seems like a lot of work to get a scholarship. How much can five thousand dollars help me
posted Jul 14th, 2008 12:51 pm

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