I just have a few quick questions about getting scholarships after one has already gone through the first year or so of college. My mediocre GPA from high school, a result of slacking, prevents me from getting a lot of scholarships right out of high school. I'm completely fine with using student loans and federal aid to pay for my first couple of years or even my first 4 years of college. However, once I get my undergraduate degree, I really don't want have to pay for graduate school and beyond with student loans. The first 4 years will be bad enough. So what I'm wondering is are there normally scholarships in college I can get (assuming I have very good scores. Such as a 3.5 GPA + good scores in all my classes) that will pay for my future years in college? And are there normally any scholarships that I will be able to work for that will pay for grad school? I understand that it will probably differ with each college, but I'm speaking in general. Thanks in advance for any help.