Memorial University has a number of scholarships available to students with disabilities enrolled at the university. Due to the limited information available and the fact many of them have similar steps, all of them have been compiled here.
The Kenneth Bimmann Scholarship is available to students who are studying at the University of Saskatchewan and have a physical disability. Amount: $1100 Number Available: varies Deadline: October 1st
Program Objectives To encourage and support students with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus to achieve independence in future education. To assist students in pursuing higher education at university or other post-secondary studies.
The Wade Hampton Employment Training Bursary is awarded to an individual with a physical disability who is pursuing a professional development program. Amount: $1500 Number Available: 1 Deadline: N/A
The Kidney Foundation of Canada – Atlantic Canada Branch Bursary is available to students living in Atlantic Canada who are a kidney patient, the spouse of a kidney patient, or the dependent of a kidney patient. Amount: $500 Number Available: 4
Amount: $1000 Number Available: 1 Deadline: June 24th, 2019
The Osler Epilepsy Scholarship is available to students in Ontario with Epilepsy. Amount: $1500 Number Available: 4 Deadline: 4pm, June 14th, 2019
The Luciana Spring Mascarin Bursary Program was established in April 1993 in memory of this young girl who truly loved to learn.
The Lisa Huus Memorial Fund was established in 1988 in memory of Lisa Pauline Huus, who was a third-year sociology student at the University of Victoria. A native of Victoria, Lisa graduated from Claremont Senior Secondary School in 1985 and
The Eric Waldron Scholarship is awarded to a student with cerebral palsy who is a current Lifetime Member of OFCP and who is enrolled in an Ontario College or University and who has already completed their first year. Amount: $500 Number