The ChapterNet Student Dashboard is your "one-stop shop" for everything related to our chapter's scholarships. Log in and create or update your profile, and you'll be able to apply for the scholarships you're eligible for with just a few clicks. And it's not just our chapter's scholarships -- you'll see opportunities from Scholarship America's partners across the nation.

What's more, logging into the Student Dashboard will also give you access to volunteer and internship opportunities, important news about college life, and exclusive resources to help you manage your money, succeed in college, and take advantage of everything Dollars for Scholars has to offer.

If you're a parent, this is a great resource, too; if you're here to enter financial or other information for scholarships, you've come to the right place!

Step 1 - Create an account.

Students should use a permanent email address, not their school email address, when registering on this site.

If you have already started a profile using your school email, just edit your email address on the basic information section of your profile.  Remember to use your new email address the next time you log-in.  We need a permanent email address to maintain contact with you after your high school graduation.  


Step 2 - Build your profile.  You will complete information in the following areas:

Basic and additional information

School information

Academic information

Activities, employment and awards

Family Financial Information

Support material





To increase your match for national scholarships, keep your profile current and check your dashboard frequently for notification of new scholarship opportunities. Fastweb will use information contained in your profile to match to national scholarships and your profile will serve as your application for those scholarships.

Complete your profile accurately and thoroughly; scoring for Dollars for Scholars scholarships will be based on the information you provide. To increase your chances for a Fastweb scholarship match, you should complete the entire profile.

Carefully review your profile before submitting for a scholarship. Once you apply for a scholarship, you cannot modify your profile for that scholarship.


Guidance for Essay Questions

Goals and Aspirations essay question:  State your future goals as to your education and future career and describe your plan to accomplish these goals.  Explain what circumstances have affected your decision to pursue further education in your chosen major and how you have prepared for these studies.  Describe how you plan to fund your college education.   (no more than 250 words)

Unusual Circumstances essay question:   Detail any personal circumstances that make achieving your future goals more challenging. Such circumstances may include recent personal tragedies, illness, disabilities, divorce or family issues, financial need, parental unemployment, additional family members currently attending college or large number of siblings, or any other circumstances you wish us to consider. (no more than 250 words)

Parental consent is required.   A parent will need a different email address than their child's to log into the student's profile to give consent and financial information.Providing financial information may increase your matches for needs based scholarships. Your parent is the only person who can see the details of this information.  An "Estimated Family Contribution" amount, similiar to a FAFSA calculation, will be shown on the profile that is visible to scholarship sponsors and local Dollars for Scholars Board members.


Students and Parents: Click below to log into the ChapterNet Student Dashboard