Yes. But while you can submit your application, you must have received an acceptance letter by the time that you are notified of your selection. If you have not received an acceptance by the time that winners are announced, your scholarship will be forfeited.
Yes, children up to the age of 26 may apply. You must be at least a high school senior, enrolled in, or intending to enroll in a four year degree seeking undergraduate program at an accredited college or university.
No. All of our scholarships are awarded for the fall semester.
If you apply online, you will receive an email confirmation. You will not receive any such confirmation if you submit a paper application.
No. While standardized test scores are not required, you have the option of submitting them with your application.
No. The scholarship is not available to community college students. You can, however, apply if you are transferring from a community college to a four year college or university in the fall.
No. You must be attending college on a full-time basis.
If both parents are responsible for your support, then you must submit the financial information for both parents even if they are divorced. If you have documentation demonstrating that one parent has sole legal custody and responsibility, then include that with your application.
Yes. For college students, a professor may write a letter of recommendation on your behalf, and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org. For high school seniors, your school counselor may write a letter of recommendation on your behalf, and submit it on your behalf to email@example.com along with a copy of your high school transcript.