Fun Duct Tape Scholarship 2021 and 2022 – College
Duct Tape Scholarship
Earn a Duct Tape Scholarship by getting Stuck at Prom in your creative duct tape outfit for you and your prom date. Or enjoy some Halloween fun and enter in the wacky Halloween Duct Tape Contest.
The Duct Tape Scholarship is one of the wacky scholarships for college, offered by Duck Tape brand duct tape. Use duct tape to create prom outfits and accessories and enter a photograph to the online contest to win your duck tape scholarship!
Last updated on December 18, 2021 by College Financial Aid Advice.
Stuck at Prom Duct Tape Scholarship
Application Deadline – open approximately March to May each year (exact dates vary). Judges will post 10 finalists for online voting.
Award Amount – $10,000 first place each, and other prizes also available.
Wacky Duct Tape Scholarship Rules
To enter the Duct Tape Scholarship, you and your partner must be legal residents and at least 14 years old. Either opposite sex or same sex partners may participate.
You must attend a high school prom and have your photo taken before, during or after the prom in your attire made using duct tape.
Costumes must be original and will be judged based on workmanship, originality, use of color, use of accessories, and use of duct tape.
Photos of the 10 finalist couples will be posted online for online voting.
For more information about the Duct Tape Scholarship Contest see, HERE
Halloween Duct Tape Contest
Stick or Treat Jack O Lantern Duct Tape Contest
Join in the fun at Halloween and win some money for college. Use duct tape to decorate a pumpkin, either real or fake, and enter a photograph to the online contest. Your Halloween duct tape pumpkin design must be original and unique. Must be a legal resident and at least 14 years or older. Why not turn some Halloween fun into a chance to win one of these wacky scholarships.
Application Deadline – mid September through October 31
Award Amount – $1000 first place, and additional prizes.
Official Website Halloween Duct Tape Contest – SEE HERE