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Meet Consuela Robinson, Winner of Our May 2018 Course Hero Scholarship

She'll graduate from Park University with a bachelor’s in healthcare management. Plus—learn how you can enter to win our next monthly college scholarship!

Course Hero isn’t just a learning platform. Sure, we have a vast library of over 20 million documents where students and educators share study resources, but did you know we’re also a giver of gifts? Scholarships, specifically! Each month, we award at least two $5,000 prizes (that’s over $130,000 toward college tuition in the past three years alone!). Want to get in on the fun(ds)? Check out our scholarship opportunities.

Our May 2018 Course Hero Scholarship winner is Consuela Robinson from Park University. Please help us congratulate Consuela on her win.

Here’s a little bit more about our winner …

may scholarship winnerName: Consuela Robinson
Hometown: Seattle, WA
School: Park University
Major: BA in Healthcare Management
Favorite activities outside of school: Shopping and traveling
Favorite books, movies, TV shows, or music: I really enjoy lifestyle books and R&B music.
Future plans: To obtain my PhD.
How this scholarship will help you: This scholarship will help me in so many ways, because I have been paying for my college out of pocket.
How has Course Hero helped you? I love Course Hero because a lot of my classes are online, so being able to use this site as a tool is amazing. I have used the site to help me with my papers, and if I get stuck on a question I can turn to Course Hero for help. I had been stressing about going back to college because I had been out for so long, but being able to use this as a tool and a guide has helped me make my transition back into college so much more easily.

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