United Advisory Scholarship Commission Scholarship - William & Cordula Freese Scholarship

The William and Cordula Freese Scholarship was created in 1982 to assist students with visual or physical handicaps. William Freese, who was visually handicapped, and his wife Cordula, created a living trust to assist handicapped students in obtaining a college education. Eligibility:- Graduating high school senior or enrolled college student- Saginaw County resident- Visually or otherwise physically handicapped- Full-time enrollmentFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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