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Offered by Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board
The Hearing/Visually Impaired Student Grant Program was established to provide funding for undergraduate Wisconsin residents, enrolled at in-state or eligible out-of-state public or independent institutions, who show financial need and have a severe or profound hearing or visual impairment. To be considered for the Grant, which awards between $250 and $1,800 to multiple eligible recipients, students must submit their FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and be enrolled at least half-time. If you’re an undergraduate Wisconsin resident with a hearing or visual impairment, and you’re attending an eligible university, we encourage you to apply! Keep on reading to learn more.
The Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board's mission is to ensure that all students are provided equal access and diversity in obtaining a higher education and to make certain the funds for each program the board administers are distributed in a fair, equitable and timely manner.
In addition to meeting the below eligibility criteria, applicants must be attending one of the below schools or a Technical, Independent, or Tribal College or University within the state of Wisconsin, or an eligible university outside of Wisconsin.
Low Income, Disability
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - GREEN BAY, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - STEVENS POINT, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - WHITEWATER, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-LA CROSSE, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-OSHKOSH, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PARKSIDE, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-PLATTEVILLE, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-RIVER FALLS, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-STOUT, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-SUPERIOR
Applicants must have a severe or profound hearing or visual impairment.
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