Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities


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 Finding a college, deciding on a career path, and attaining accessible materials is stressful enough. Add to that the problem of paying for school. Along with Federal financial aid, consider applying for as many scholarships as possible. Free money for school is always the best option! 

Onlineschools.org has put together a comprehensive directory of financial aid options, mostly scholarships, for students with disabilities. Don't let the website name fool you - these scholarships are not just for online or distance learning. However, each scholarship listing does indicate whether or not the scholarship can be used for an accredited online program.

The directory is divided into these categories:
  • All types of disabilities
  • Hearing impairments
  • Visual impairments
  • Mobility impairments
  • Learning disabilities and mental health
Each listing includes information on who's eligible, what the funds can be used for, how to apply, and a link to the scholarship's website. 

There is so much free financial aid available. Hopefully, this directory will help you to fund your college experience!

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