The non-profit charity Dyslexic Advantage is delighted to announce the Karina Eide Memorial College Scholarship for Dyslexic Students.
Sixteen scholarships of $2500 each will be awarded to students in 2- or 4-year colleges, vocational, or technical schools with financial need. There is no minimum GPA or test scores required as the scholarship seeks to identify students' talents and strengths not measured by standardized tests.
The Jessie Ridley Scholarship is typically awarded to six to seven students in amounts ranging from $500 to $2,000. All application materials must be submitted to Services for Students with Disabilities.
The Grand Rapids Bar Association has an exciting opportunity for diverse students interested in taking the December 5, 2015 Law School Admission Test ("LSAT"): The Managing Partners Diversity Collaborative of Grand Rapids has funded two LSAT Scholarships to pay for the cost of preparing for and taking the LSAT.
The Wesley Smith Memorial Award is an annual award available to all undergraduate and graduate students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Each year, one recipient will receive a $500 cash award in recognition of curricular and co-curricular success at the University of Michigan.