Eligible recipients for a Winterhoff Arthritis Scholarship award shall be limited to students with diagnosed rheumatic diseases who live anywhere in the United States. In addition, students must have been accepted by a college or university; and must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. An eligible recipient can reapply for the Arthritis Scholarship for no more than a four-year undergraduate course of study, or in the alternative, for no more than a four-year graduate program.
Students must be willing to be involved in the Arthritis Foundation Scholarship publicity and agree to meet and take part in activities with the Arthritis Foundation. Prior experience with the Arthritis Foundation will be taken into consideration but is not strictly determinative.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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