Applicants for the Blass Law Teen Responsibility Scholarship must be enrolled in a four-year college or university and have a GPA of at least 3.0. Students must submit their application using the scholarship application form on Blass Law’s Scholarship page and all applications must be submitted by the deadline indicated. Failure to submit your application by the deadline indicated and applications submitted in another manner other than the scholarship application form will not be considered.
All applications will be reviewed by the scholarship committee, which will select the winner. The scholarship committee is not responsible for any problems that prevent applicants from submitting their application in a timely manner.
The scholarship committee evaluates each application submitted in the proper format. The scholarship committee has the right to ask applicants to submit additional information.
The scholarship committee’s decision is final.
Blass Law will not use information submitted by applicants for any purpose other than to consider an applicant’s qualifications for the scholarship. Blass Law will not sell or otherwise share or distribute the personal information, contact information, or any other information submitted by applicants as part of the scholarship application.
Equal Opportunity Scholarship
The scholarship committee and Blass Law will not discriminate against any applicant based on race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, disability, pregnancy, or any other protected category.
Announcement of the Winner
Blass Law reserves the right to post the name of the scholarship winner and their essay, in whole or part, on the Blass Law website, on social media, or via a press release.