Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities: Lists numerous scholarship options for students with disabilities that range from national financial aid opportunities to local opportunities within the United States and Canada.
Going to College: Another website designed for teens with disabilities. Provides information about planning for college, including selecting a college, financial aid and picking a major.
HEATH Resource Center (HEATH): An online clearinghouse on postsecondary education for individuals with disabilities. Answers students’ questions about educational and training options available after high school.
College Information for Students with Disabilities: A website which has information about knowing your rights, preparing for college and how to succeed in college.
Think College Transition Checklist: Gives family members an easy-to-use list of topics that should be considered when discussing the transition from high school to college. This website also includes a database of postsecondary education programs for students with intellectual disabilities.
The National Center for Fair and Open Testing: A website which lists colleges and universities which deemphasize the use of standardized tests for admissions.
Jewish Community Services Scholarship Program: Jewish Community Services (JCS) offers a scholarship to a Jewish Student in the Baltimore Metropolitan area with a documented learning disability. This award is for assistance in pursuing a U.S. college, university, vocational or certified training program.