Dallas Car Accident Lawyers Cancer Awareness Scholarship Terms and Conditions
The Dallas Car Accident Lawyers Cancer Awareness Scholarship is open to all incoming freshman as well as all undergraduate and graduate students attending or accepted to an accredited college or university located within the United States. Any scholarship applicants who are incoming freshman must already be accepted and scheduled to enroll into their college or university within one semester of the application’s specified deadline.
Along with providing proof of their GPA, applicants may also be required to provide proof of their own, or loved ones, cancer diagnosis. Failure to provide proof of this requested information will disqualify the applicant.
After the posted deadline, Dallas Car Accident Lawyers will review and consider all eligible applications that were received. Any applications received after the deadline will be exempt from consideration. In addition, Dallas Car Accident Lawyers is not responsible for any technical issues that prevent applications from being submitted, received and/or considered.
Once all of the eligible applications are reviewed, the winner of the scholarship will be chosen by a selection committee of our choice and by no other party whatsoever. Moreover, all of the decisions made by this specified selection committee are final.
Privacy: It is our promise that no one employed by or associated with Dallas Car Accident Lawyers will sell, share or publicly distribute any of the personal information provided to complete the scholarship application process. Any and all personal information submitted within the application will be used for selection purposes only. However, please note that the winner of the scholarship will be publicly named in an announcement on our website and through other publicity channels. If we choose, we may also publish a portion or the entire winning essay on these platforms as well.
Non-Discrimination: Everyone here at Dallas Car Accident Lawyers believes in providing equal opportunity for any and all scholarship applicants. In following the direction of the law, the selection process of choosing a winner for the scholarship will in no way be influenced by race, religion, gender, national origin, sexual preference, disability or any other legally protected category. Our committee will only base the selection of a winner on the completion of all previously mentioned qualifications and the quality of the essay provided.
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