Hi everyone. I'm a senior this year and I've already been accepted to a few universities. Right now my biggest concern is no longer getting into college, but rather paying for it. I've gone through all of the scholarship stuff and will be applying for about thirty different scholarships ranging anywhere from $250 to $20000. But for some reason I have a hunch that there is government money out there (I'm assuming in the form of grants) that I'm overlooking. What I would like to study is International Relations and very possibly do a double major with computer science. If I end up attending my top choice university, UNC Chapel Hill, then I would like to major in "Peace, War, and Defense", a form of international relations largely concentrated on the history of war and conflict as well as national security. Now for some reason, I may be wrong, I feel like there must be some government money out there for someone wanting to study Peace, War, and Defense / IR and Computer Science. I mean, these are two of the types of jobs that the government needs a lot of people for - national security and IT. There are a lot of smart people on here, many of whom have already finished college and experienced everything there is to experience in college, so I want to ask: does anyone know of any grants, or possibly even a good website for searching official government grants, that I could make use of with my specific majors? Thank you in advance for any help!