Partial scholarships are offered to legally blind young people striving to obtain a college education. Scholarships are given on a limited basis to those who qualify.
The amount Christian Record Services for the Blind gives for scholarships varies from year to year. The actual amount given to each student is in proportion to the funds available.An applicant must meet two requirements before the application will be considered:-Applicant must be legally blind (20/200) with correction)-Applicant must be planning to attend college as a full-time student on the undergraduate level to secure training that will enable independence and self-supportFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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