ScholasTIC Tourettes Scholarship is for students with tourette's syndrome. Any prospective first-year college student or high school senior who resides in California and has tourette's syndrome may apply for the scholarship. Qualifying students must also be qualified for admission to an accredited college (junior college or four-year college) or trade school at mid-term or at the end of the current school year during which the award is made.
For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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