Second Chance Scholarship Terms and Conditions
The Second Chance Scholarship is open to all incoming and current college/university and graduate students who meet the eligibility criteria listed on the official scholarship page.
Any application that does not meet the stated requirements, is submitted in a way other than through the official form on the Second Chance Scholarship page, or is submitted after the June 15, 2022 deadline will be disqualified from consideration for the $2,500 award.
Anyone who meets the following conditions is NOT eligible to apply:
- Employees or children of employees of Anastopoulo Law Firm
- Past recipients of the Second Chance Scholarship
- Applicants who are unable/unwilling to be interviewed by a representative of Anastopoulo Law Firm if they were to be awarded the scholarship.
- Applicants who submit the same essay for multiple scholarships
Anastopoulo Law Firm and its scholarship selection committee will not discriminate against applicants of any protected class, including sexual preference, gender, race, ethnicity, country of origin, disability, veteran status, etc. The award of a scholarship will be granted solely on the basis of the applicant’s merit and the quality of their essay.
Scholarship Selection Committee
Following the end of the application period on June 15, 2022, Anastopoulo Law Firm will form a scholarship selection committee with the sole purpose of determining a winner. The decision of the scholarship selection committee is final.
Notification of Applicants
The announcement of the scholarship winner will serve as notification to all applicants regarding their status. Anastopoulo Law Firm is not required to notify each individual applicant regarding whether or not they have been awarded the $2,500 scholarship.
During the application process, Anastopoulo Law Firm will retain certain private information for the purpose of identifying and notifying the scholarship winner. This includes applicants’ names, schools they attend, GPA, email addresses, phone numbers, and similar information. Anastopoulo Law Firm will not share, distribute, sell, or use data for purposes other than the fulfillment of its scholarship selection committee’s duties.
The firm does reserve the right to publish blog posts, press releases, video interviews, and additional media about the scholarship winner and their essay, including private information such as their name and school. By applying to the Second Chance Scholarship, applicants agree to have their essays displayed by Anastopoulo Law Firm if they win.