Living with Autism Scholarship Terms and Conditions

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    Those who apply for Hammack Law Firm’s Living with Autism scholarship must either be accepted to or enrolled in an accredited college or university. The essay contest is limited to undergraduate students.

    In order to be eligible, applicants must submit their essays using the form available on Hammack Law Firm’s Living with Autism scholarship page. They must also submit their essay no later than June 15, 2021. The scholarship committee will not consider applications submitted through other means or after the stated deadline.

    Living with Autism Scholarship Committee

    All essay submissions for the Living with Autism scholarship will be reviewed by a scholarship committee, who will collectively determine a winning essay. The committee will only consider essays from qualifying applicants submitted through the proper form and by the listed deadline. The scholarship committee’s decision is final.

    Applicant Privacy

    Hammack Law Firm will not use applicant information for any purpose other than to consider applicants’ eligibility for the Living with Autism scholarship. Hammack Law Firm will not sell or otherwise share or distribute applicants’ personal information, contact information, or any other personal information provided by applicants through their Living with Autism scholarship application.

    Announcing the Winner

    Hammack Law Firm has the right to publish the scholarship winner’s name and their winning essay in whole or part on the Hammack Law Firm website, their social media accounts, and as part of a press release.

    Equal Opportunity Scholarship

    The Living with Autism scholarship is an equal opportunity scholarship. No applicant will be discriminated against based on their race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, national origin, gender, or any other protected category. We celebrate diversity and encourage all qualified candidates to apply.