Eddington Worley awards the Diabetes Scholarship (Scholarship) annually to one student who meets all the criteria below and whose essay is selected as the winner by the Scholarship Committee (Committee).
- U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or U.S. permanent resident;
- Submit documents (e.g., essay) in PDF format;
- Apply using the form located on the application page;
- High school senior admitted to an accredited college or university, or current student enrolled in an accredited college or university; and
- 3.0 GPA or higher.
The Committee will consider every application submitted in the proper format and using the form on the application page. The Committee will not consider applications submitted in the improper format or in any manner other than using the form on the application page. The Committee will not consider applications submitted after the deadline indicated on the application page.
The Committee will consider each applicant’s qualifications based on the eligibility criteria listed above and on the application page, as well as the content of each applicant’s essay.
The Committee does not consider applicants’ age, race, religion, gender, national origin, familial status, or membership in any other protected class. The Committee’s decision is final.
How the Committee Notifies the Winner
The Committee will notify the winner via phone or email. The Committee is unable to respond to questions regarding individual application status due to the volume of applications it receives.
The Committee and Eddington Worley do not sell, give away, share, or otherwise distribute applicants’ personal information to third parties. Materials submitted with the application (e.g., essay content) become the property of Eddington Worley.
Eddington Worley reserves the right to use the winner’s name and/or image on the Eddington Worley website or in marketing materials, as well as in any announcements or communications pertaining to the Scholarship. Upon submitting their application, applicants agree to allow Eddington Worley to use their name and image publicly.