You are encouraged to submit a letter of appeal to the Executive Scholarship Committee if a documentable extenuating circumstance(s) resulted in the loss of your scholarship. You may also submit an appeal if you are unable to fulfill a requirement of the award (ex. live on campus) due to an academic purpose.
Examples of circumstances that may warrant an appeal include: lengthy hospitalization or illness; death of a parent, spouse or child at a critical time during the semester; lengthy illness of a child or spouse; or other mitigating circumstance.
Examples of documentation supporting the extenuating circumstance include: medical documentation; notice of death; accident reports; court documentation; or other relevant documentation.