Scholarship Application Templates

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Scholarship Application Confirmation Letter - Sign Templates

Scholarship Application Confirmation Letter

Create a scholarship application confirmation letter with Jotform Sign. Great for universities and bootcamps. Create and send in seconds. Works on any device.

About Scholarship Application Templates

Awarding scholarships can be a daunting task, especially with a lot of applicants. Jotform makes it easy for you — as a teacher or administrator — to choose the best students for your school. Simply match a Scholarship Application PDF Template to your existing online scholarship application form to instantly turn responses into secure, professional PDFs. You can then download, print, and share them on any device — perfect for processing applications with colleagues.

Your school is unique, so you’re looking for something unique in your applicants. Lucky for you, Jotform’s Scholarship Application Sign Templates are fully customizable! Use PDF Editor to drag and drop application questions and order them by importance, to quickly determine top applicants. Why not add your school logo and colors to look for an extra-professional touch? The result is a beautifully personalized PDF for each and every application — easy to print for your files or view online.

Streamline the application process using Jotform’s helpful features. Add a file upload field to view student essays, or enable autoresponder to automatically send a copy of the application back to the applicant. The days of shuffling through paper applications and struggling to read unruly handwriting are over. With our Scholarship Application Sign Templates, you’ll waste less time on admin and have more time to spend choosing your lucky recipient.

These templates are suggested forms only. If you're using a form as a contract, or to gather personal (or personal health) info, or for some other purpose with legal implications, we recommend that you do your homework to ensure you are complying with applicable laws and that you consult an attorney before relying on any particular form.