Coca-Cola, NCAA, Chuck E. Cheese College-Bound Scholarship


April 7, 2008
by Scholarships.com Staff
Are you in the mood for easy money? Well you came to the right place. Coca-Cola, NCAA and Chuck. E Cheese have recently teamed up to give away scholarship money, and they're making it really easy to apply. Because this is more of a college sweepstakes than it is a college scholarship, registration from an eligible applicant is the only requirement.

Are you in the mood for easy money? Well you came to the right place. Coca-Cola, NCAA and Chuck. E Cheese have recently teamed up to give away scholarship money, and they're making it really easy to apply. Because this is more of a college sweepstakes than it is a college scholarship, registration from an eligible applicant is the only requirement.

By applying, students (or parents applying on behalf of students) will be entered into two contests, the College Bound Scholarship and the Instant Win Game. The winner of the College Bound contest will be randomly selected to win $25,000 in scholarship money. Those who win the Instant Win Game will receive one of numerous sponsor-brand prizes.

For more information about this and other college scholarships and grants, you may conduct a free college scholarship search. If you are eligible to receive this scholarship, you will find the application and contact details in the “My Scholarships” section.

Prize:

1. One $25,000 scholarship 2. One hundred POWERade Sweatshirts 3. One hundred Wilson NCAA basketballs 4. One hundred fold-out chairs 5. One hundred Coke Zero t-shirts 6. Two hundred POWERade sports bags

Eligibility:

1. Applicant must be 18 years old or older 2. Applicant must be a resident of the 50 United States, District of Columbia or Canada 3. Applicant may not be an employee, child or immediate sibling of employees of Coca-Cola, NCAA or Chuck E. Cheese. 4. Each applicant may only enter 1 time per day

Deadline:

May 1, 2008 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Required Material:

1. Online registration

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Dajah R  on  10/21/2016 8:33:17 PM commented:

I feel as if your gpa and act shouldn't be the main things you need to be able to qualify for big scholarships .

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