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[[File:Won Scholarship.png|left]]In ''[[The Sims 2: University]]'', players can send [[teen]] [[Sim]]s to [[College (sub-neighborhood)|college]], where they continue their lives as [[young adult]]s. Playable teens may go to college at any time by using a telephone or computer, or the player may send them by using the "Send Sims to College" button on the neighborhood screen. Before that, the Sim should apply for scholarships, which is also done via a phone or computer. Scholarships are handed out based on different criteria, such as good [[School#The Sims 2|grades]] or a high level in a [[skill]]. Working on any skill will help in college and the workforce anyway, and getting a particular scholarship, or any scholarship, is often a [[want]]. All teenagers going to college start with §500, and scholarships add to that. Colleges in ''The Sims 2: University'' do not charge tuition, and have no fees aside from the regular [[bill]]s, so scholarships give Sims additional funds to use in their first semester at college.
 
[[File:Won Scholarship.png|left]]In ''[[The Sims 2: University]]'', players can send [[teen]] [[Sim]]s to [[College (sub-neighborhood)|college]], where they continue their lives as [[young adult]]s. Playable teens may go to college at any time by using a telephone or computer, or the player may send them by using the "Send Sims to College" button on the neighborhood screen. Before that, the Sim should apply for scholarships, which is also done via a phone or computer. Scholarships are handed out based on different criteria, such as good [[School#The Sims 2|grades]] or a high level in a [[skill]]. Working on any skill will help in college and the workforce anyway, and getting a particular scholarship, or any scholarship, is often a [[want]]. All teenagers going to college start with §500, and scholarships add to that. Colleges in ''The Sims 2: University'' do not charge tuition, and have no fees aside from the regular [[bill]]s, so scholarships give Sims additional funds to use in their first semester at college.
   
Sims cannot take [[Simoleon|money]] from home or retain the money they have earned during their college years, except by buying items and placing those items in their inventory.
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Sims cannot retain the Simoleons they have earned during their college years, except by using them to buy items and placing those items in their inventory.
   
 
===Types of Scholarships===
 
===Types of Scholarships===

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