College Scholarships for Students with Hearing Loss Offered Through Other Organizations
Acoustical Society of America
Fellowships, scholarships and grants available for graduate and undergraduate students who meet various criteria.
American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation
Scholarships and grant competitions for graduate students and new researchers in the field of communication sciences and disorders.
The Cochlear Graeme Clark and Anders Tjellström Scholarships are awarded to Nucleus® Cochlear Implant and Baha® Implant recipients on the basis of academic achievement and a demonstrated commitment to the Cochlear ideals of leadership and humanity.
Google Lime Scholarship Program
For students pursuing a Computer Science or Computer Engineering degree, or a degree in a closely related technical field (such as software engineering or electrical engineering with a heavy computer science course load) who are maintaining a strong academic performance who can demonstrate a commitment to and passion for computer science and technology. This scholarship is specifically for students with a visible or invisible disability; students with all disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Foundation for Sight and Sound - Help America Hear Scholarship
The scholarship is open nationally to high school seniors who have a hearing loss, which requires the use of hearing aid(s) in their daily life.
Lime Connect Fellowship Program
This fellowship is for students who are current sophomores at a four-year university in the United States, who will continue studies as a full-time student for the 2013-2014 academic year, and who are eligible to work in the United States. This program is specifically for students with visible or invisible disabilities.
The Linda Cowden Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Linda who died in July 2004 following a courageous battle with cancer. She was the administrative assistant and liaison to area Deaf clubs for more than 10 years.
Millie Brother Scholarship for Hearing Children of Deaf Adults
The Millie Brother Scholarship is an annual scholarship awarded to hearing children of deaf adults to help them pursue their education. The scholarship can be used for undergraduate or graduate study.
Minnie Pearl Scholarship Fund
Four-year, undergraduate scholarship open to deaf and hard of hearing students who have been accepted to an accredited four-year college or university in the United States.
The Hard of Hearing or Deaf Scholarship is for students with clinically significant bilateral hearing loss, graduating from high school, or undergraduate students pursuing four-year college degrees in any discipline are eligible for the scholarship.
The Communicative Disorders Scholarship is for graduate students pursing advanced degrees in audiology or speech-language pathology from institutions in the U.S. These scholarships, worth $1,000 each, are awarded in the spring to help offset the cost of tuition, books and fees incurred during the following school year.
Travelers Protective Association Scholarship Trust for the Hearing Impaired
The Travelers Protective Association of America established the TPA Scholarship Trust for the Hearing Impaired in 1975 to provide financial aid to children and adults who suffer from deafness or hearing impairment and who need assistance in obtaining mechanical devices, medical or specialized treatment or specialized education as well as speech classes, note takers, interpreters, etc. and in other areas of need that are directly related to hearing impairment.
University of Missouri Office of Disability Services
The Frank Hodges Jr. Physical Disability Fund was established to provide scholarships to students with physical disabilities (mobility, vision, hearing, health related). To qualify, an applicant must be a student at the University of Missouri – Columbia, be currently registered with the Office of Disability Services, be receiving academic accommodations, have a documented physical, sensory or health related disability, have a minimum GPA of 2.0, and must not be on academic probation.
Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation
Any citizen or permanent resident of the United States with a significant bilateral hearing loss is eligible for consideration by the Foundation, regardless of age, sex, race, geographic location or ethnicity. Scholarships will be considered only at accredited non-profit schools physically located in the United States, and all funds awarded by the Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation will be paid directly to schools on a semester or quarter basis, depending on the school.