To qualify for the Community Superhero Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled in or accepted to an accredited college or university. Applicants may be either undergraduate or graduate students.
Applicants must submit their application via the form provided on the Community Superhero Scholarship page. Applicants who submit their application in any manner other than by using the form on the Community Superhero Scholarship page or who fail to submit their application before the deadline indicated on the Community Superhero Scholarship page will be disqualified from consideration.
Community Superhero Scholarship Committee
A scholarship committee will review all applications submitted in the correct manner indicated above. The scholarship committee will select a winner, and its decision is final. Consideration for the Community Superhero Scholarship is based on the eligibility criteria listed on the Community Superhero Scholarship page. The scholarship committee may request additional information or updated records from applicants.
The scholarship committee is not responsible for problems with the web page, application form, or any other technical problem that prevents timely submission of an application.
No information submitted as part of an application for the Community Superhero Scholarship will be used for any purpose other than to evaluate the applicant’s qualifications for the Community Superhero Scholarship. Neither the scholarship committee nor D. Miller & Associates, PLLC will sell, share, or otherwise distribute personal information submitted by any applicant.
Announcement of Community Superhero Scholarship Winner
D. Miller & Associates, PLLC will notify the winner of the scholarship via phone or email. D. Miller & Associates, PLLC reserves the right to publicly post the name and essay, in whole or in part, of the scholarship winner on the D. Miller & Associates, PLLC website, social media, or via a press release.
Equal Opportunity Statement
The scholarship committee will not discriminate against any applicant based on their race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, or any other protected category.
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