Scholarships for Students with Disabilities
The Schwallie Family Scholarship Program from the Organization of Autism Research offers a $3000 scholarship for students with autism or Asperger’s Syndrome.
The National Federation of the Blind offers scholarships that range from $3000 to $12,000 for students who are legally blind in both eyes. The scholar must participate in the NFB convention.
Learning Ally offers various scholarships for college seniors who are legally blind or have dyslexia.
The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults offers a $2500 scholarship for a student that has been diagnosed with cancer or has a parent/sibling that has been diagnosed.
The Cycstic Fibrosis Scholarship Foundation offers a $1000 scholarship to students with cystic fibrosis who have completed two semesters of college.
The Elizabeth Nash Foundation offers grants to students with cystic fibrosis.
The Millie Brother Scholarship offers financial assistance to the children of dead adults.
Sertoma offers Hard of Hearing or Deaf Scholarships for undergraduate students with serious hearing loss.
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Shire global pharmaceutical company offers scholarships to students diagnosed with ADHD.