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Ada Comstock Scholars - criteria question?

seashell98seashell98 9 replies4 threads New Member
Hi! Just wanted to see if anyone had any insight on the Ada Comstock Scholars program. I’m a “non traditional” student due to being financially independent in “orphan/ward of the court” status. But, I’m 20, a little bit younger than what Smith’s website states is the typical age for Ada Comstock recipients. Would it still be worth applying to as a 20 year old woman who is financially independent/nontraditional student due to a non-age related circumstance?
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  • seashell98seashell98 9 replies4 threads New Member
    Update in case anyone else is interested: I emailed them about this and they said no, students under 24 who are nontraditional for reasons other than children or military service are not eligible!
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