The Papercheck Essay Contest is open to students of legal resident of the U.S. or for those who hold a valid student visa. The Charles Shafae Scholarship Fund awards a $1,000 scholarship each year to winner of the Essay Contest. To enter in the contest, just submit an essay and you could be the next winner.
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To qualify for entry, participants must meet the following criteria:
- Be enrolled at an accredited four-year college or university in the U.S.
- Be actively enrolled at the undergraduate level, taking at least 12 credits per semester
- Be a legal resident of the U.S. or hold a valid student visa
- Carry a status of “Good Standing”
- Maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.2
How to Apply:
For applying the scholarship contest, you must write an essay on the following topic:
In your opinion, should colleges and universities offer degrees entirely online? Why or why not? Please discuss the issues around the question and the pros and cons.
- Use sources whenever possible, and Modern Language Association (MLA) format throughout.
- You must write a minimum of 1,000 words; there is no maximum word count.
- Focus will be on grammar and the ability to present ideas clearly.
- Include a Works Cited page with a minimum of three sources. The essay must follow the MLA system for documenting sources
You can submit your essay through the given link:
A scholarship of $1,000 each year will be given to the winner of the Papercheck Essay Contest.
The deadline for 2015 entries is 12:00 p.m. (noon) PST on January 18, 2016.
Link for more Information:
Direct all questions concerning scholarships and/or the Essay Contest to scholarships-at-papercheck.com.