$5000 scholarship per semester for students with disabilities at Temple University
Posted On July 17, 2017
Your future plans are to finish your online bachelor degree from an elite business school but being impaired is a major road block on your path. You do not have to worry since Temple University has come up with a solution. Temple University is a public institution which has been offering online bachelor degree programs since 2012-2013. All the classes are recorded and archived so that you can access lecture material whenever you need to. One important aspect when applying for an online program at Temple is that the deadline is rolling.
What does it mean rolling admission? Temple invites you to submit your application within a time frame, as you will see in the scholarship application forms. Even though it does not have a set deadline, it is highly important the time when you apply. Why? Because the sooner you will apply for an online bachelor degree program, the sooner you will receive an answer. Unlike many schools which notify you in one to two months after you apply, Temple will let you know only two weeks after.
Temple University is offering international accreditation and the supportive experience of the classis education. You will not feel that you are undertaking online classes but you will enjoy the experience of learning in an online environment based on the pillars of the offline environment. Temple is also offering web conferencing tools which allow a personalized collaboration between peers, students, advisors, and career services. Its online bachelor degree programs are dedicated to adult learners who wish to enjoy a flexible mean which will allow them to finish their degree from a reputable business school.
Temple University is offering a series of disability-related scholarships available for each semester for students who are already matriculated and have disabilities and need a financial boost. These need-based scholarships will support them and pay for transportation, internship costs, disability-related support services, tuition, and housing expenses.
Some of the scholarships currently available are:
1. Charlotte W. Newcombe Scholarship for Students with Disabilities available for Temple students with a disability. The maximum award is $1000 per semester. Students with a Temple GPA of 2.5 or higher are considered eligible. Also, they must have attended Temple at least one semester and be enrolled in a program leading to a degree. Full details about the scholarship, the closing date, and the scholarship application form can be found at http://disabilityresources.temple.edu/scholarships.
2. Joshua A. Winheld/Charlotte W. Newcombe Scholarship is dedicated to students with a physical disability which impact mobility. The award will be used for tuition and related expenses, internships, assistive technology and other expenses. Full details about the scholarship, the closing date, and the scholarship application form can be found at http://disabilityresources.temple.edu/scholarships.
3. Erling and Julia Indahl Scholarship is dedicated to students with a visual disability. The award will be used for tuition and related expenses, internships, assistive technology and other expenses. Full details about the scholarship, the closing date, and the scholarship application form can be found at http://disabilityresources.temple.edu/scholarships.