Students who are deaf and hard of hearing have scholarship opportunities from many different sources.
• Some schools try to ensure deaf and hard of hearing students at least 70% of their tuition in scholarship or grant form.
• Some states offer a tuition/fee exemption for deaf or hard of hearing students attending public colleges.
• Some groups offer scholarships exclusively to their members.
As with other disabilities, the level of disability required to qualify varies from scholarship to scholarship.
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