At Alpine Recovery Lodge, we believe it’s our responsibility to give back to the community and help those looking to better themselves through an education, specifically students who have been directly affected by addiction.
Over the past few decades, the rising cost of college tuition has far outpaced the rate of inflation. Higher education is more expensive than ever before. According to the College Board, the average cost of a year of tuition and fees at a public four-year in-state university is over $9,000. This figure doesn’t include high-priced textbooks, computers, graphing calculators, and other expensive materials that are often required to complete courses.
Twice a year, we award $1,000 to students in need to help them receive the education they deserve. High school seniors, undergrads, and graduate students are welcome to apply. Applicant must be a resident of Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, New Mexico, Arizona or Nevada. To apply, please submit an essay detailing how addiction has directly affected you. A winner will be chosen based on strength of essay and financial need.
Applicants must abide by the following deadlines:
- Summer Deadline – July 1st
- Winter Deadline – November 1th
Include your full name, physical address, email address, phone number, and proof that you are currently enrolled in high school or college (recent transcript, etc.) along with your essay.
Please email your essay and supporting documents to firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a physical copy to:
Alpine Recovery Lodge
5406 W 11000 N, Suite 103-429
Highland, Utah 84003
If you choose to email your essay, please send it as a Word document or PDF attachment. Other file types will not be accepted.
Winners will be notified by July 31st and November 30th.
Disclaimer: By submitting an essay into this competition, the applicant automatically gives Alpine Recovery Lodge and its representatives permission to publish the applicant’s name, photo (if submitted), and essay on alpinerecoverylodge.com or any of Alpine Recovery Lodge’s marketing materials. Alpine Recovery Lodge is also granted permission to contact the applicant and send them any information regarding the essay competition.
The applicant also allows Alpine Recovery Lodge the right to retain any communications relevant to the essay competition. The applicant gives Alpine Recovery Lodge express consent to confirm an applicant’s admission and attendance at a high school or university by contacting the institution for verification as well. Alpine Recovery Lodge and its representatives will not knowingly sell, rent, or share any applicant’s information to other parties.
Scholarship will be paid directly to the school.