Government Grants For Disabled Students

There is new funding available in the form of government grants for disabled students. Many people that have disabilities fall into categories of federal funding that are not available to the regular public. Like elementary schools and high schools that have special funding from state and federal programs because certain students have IEP's, colleges also receive special funding for students that are disabled so that they can go to college. If you are disabled, here are a few ways you can access college grant money.

There are many corporate and private sources of educational funding for disabled students. Whether this funding is through low interest loans, federal or state grants, were scholarships that are part of an organization devoted toward helping students with certain disabilities, it is essential that you look for these funding options because sometimes this money is not accessed at all.

The individuals with disabilities education act initially was the impetus to help disabled students attend public schools and colleges. There are many organizations that help deaf, lined, and otherwise disabled students receive extra grant and scholarship money to help them earn a college education.

If you have a disability, it is a good idea after you have filled out your financial aid information to also report to the financial aid office at your local college to see if there is a special fund that can help you pay for college. Most of the time, the colleges do have a financial aid program to help and can also lead you toward specific privately owned scholarships or grants that you can apply for and usually obtain because of your disability.

Make sure that when you are applying for federal aid and also the college of your choice that you have marked that you are disabled. This puts you into a different category which will enable you to get more funding than the regular student at many universities. If they do not know that you are disabled ahead of time, they have no way of making funds available for your first year of college. Now is the time to take advantage of government grants for disabled students.

Government Grants For Disabled Students

 

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Written by Robert Brown

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Robert is our senior staff writer. He is a career educator and administrator, specializing in financial aid for college students.


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