You did it. Congratulations! You finally got accepted from the school or the company you sent your scholarship cover letter too. You got a form in the mail that stated you were formally accepted and they are asking for you to fill up the necessary details to complete your profile. Listed below, are some examples of what a scholarship acceptance form looks like and the necessary information you need to fill up.
Listed below are some examples of a scholarship acceptance form and their formats.
Acceptance forms are the types of forms you get when you passed the scholarship you were applying for. Acceptance forms often come in different formats and different styles. Some of them have the general types like:
Others however are more specific, and most of the time longer. Though not all acceptance forms go beyond 2 pages, some are simply more general and a single page than the rest. In a specific acceptance form, you will find it almost the same as a general one except it adds more than just a simple signature from you.
Before signing after you filled out the necessary details of your acceptance form, most if not all have certain conditions that you need to follow. Basically the conditions that are most common in acceptance form is that you understand what you are accepting what you applied for, that they chose you among all the other applicants as one of their scholars, you will follow the rules and regulations and must at least maintain a passing grade to continue with said scholarship. Failure to do so will revoke your application.
When you start to fill up the necessary information, there is a condition or the following conditions that you have to accept and follow before you are able to pass the acceptance form. The conditions are usually about you adhering to the rules of the scholarship that you have applied and to follow the school’s requisites for the scholarship. If you fail to follow them, you are immediately kicked out of the scholarship. These are often found above the form and are usually in bold.
After accepting the conditions, the necessary information to fill up in your acceptance form are the following:
Apart from the one mentioned above, your acceptance form must also contain the name of the school you passed your letter or the name of the company you gave your letter too. It must also contain the address of the school or company and their contact details. These are often found on the top or lower part of the page. For some schools, they usually place their school logo beside or in between the name.
Now that you are familiar with what to fill out in your application form, all you have to do is send it. Good luck!
This may depend on the school and the conditions you have agreed on before signing. But the answer is your scholarship may be declined and you are not allowed to reapply at the same school.
They often put the name of the person and their contact details below if you have any inquiries or clarifications.
Depending on where you received your form. Schools or companies often expect you to answer immediately and send it afterwards.
Not necessarily, since your application form only asks what is needed. This includes your full name, address and your contact details. They do not usually ask for anything personal. When in doubt, you may contact the person who sent you your application form.
Following the necessary guidelines when filling up your acceptance form is key to getting it all done. Also remember, when in doubt, you may always ask the people in charged of the form.