Thank you for helping this student apply to the Phillips Scholarship, which offers renewable, four-year college scholarships to students with financial need who display academic achievement, a commitment to serving others, a strong work ethic, leadership qualities, and grit when faced with hardship. We are looking for recommenders to address these topics through their letters of recommendation and/or short responses.
This form is for college professors, teaching assistants or academic advisors, who may answer the questions below and/or write a letter of recommendation that addresses these topics. Please note that you must respond to every field, even if it is to type in "Covered in my letter" or "No response."
The deadline to submit this form is May 5, 2022.
We strongly recommend that you complete the recommendation form in one sitting. Please plan to work on this recommendation when you will have enough time to complete it. If you need to save and return to complete the form later, please follow these steps.
- Click on the box at the top of the page "Save my progress and resume later." You will be asked for your email and a password. Please be sure to write both of them down, especially if you have multiple email addresses. Close the browser window.
- Check for an email from "Form Notification" that contains the link you will use to go back to your form to finish it.
- When you are ready to complete your recommendation, click on the link in the email from "Form Notification," enter your credentials, and continue your work.
The student has waived his/her/their right to see all information submitted by recommenders. If you have additional comments or concerns, please call the Scholarship Office, 978-744-2111.
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