As part of the total financial aid package, scholarships funded by clubs, organizations, individual donors, and foundations are awarded annually. Scholarships are awarded to those students who meet the eligibility requirements and who submit the appropriate applications (FAFSA and the IFAA). Students applying for a scholarship must be full time and degree- seeking.
The Financial Aid Office matches student applicants with scholarships, based on donor purpose and other criteria. Students do not need to apply for individual scholarships. The FAFSA and IFAA serve as scholarship applications.
Several states provide scholarships and grants, based on need.
For information about state resources, students should ask their state department of education or regional vocational rehabilitation counselor. Some information is available in the Office of Financial Aid for students from the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Vermont.