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The Haiku Scholarship Contest is now open. Those who have graduated from high school or currently attending college are invited to apply. Six awards will be granted. Each of those amounting $500. To apply, the application packet must be submitted no later than 10 September 2017.

Scholarship Description
Since 2002, Direct Textbook.com has helped more than 20 million college students, parents, teachers, and other professionals in finding the best prices on new and used textbooks with an innovative textbook search engine. The is now offering Haiku Scholarship awards to six best applicants.

Award Value

  • Two $500.00 Scholarships: Haikus selected by Direct Textbook
  • Two $500.00 Scholarships: Haikus with the most votes
  • Two $500.00 Scholarships: Haiku entries selected at random from all qualifying entries

Level and Area of Studies
College or university level in any field of studies.

Place of Study
In the United States of America.

Eligibility and Criteria
All interested students must ensure to meet the requirements as listed below:

  • You are a high school graduate
  • You are currently enrolled in an accredited 2 or 4 year college or university for Fall 2016
  • You are a legal resident of the United States
  • You are not currently incarcerated
  • Your most recent GPA is 2.0 or above

Applicants’ Nationality
The U.S students are welcome to apply.

Application Instruction
To apply the Haiku Scholarship, applicants are required to write an original haiku poem that captures the essence of what the word “Manifest” means to you.

Submission Deadline
10 September 2017.

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