Financial Assistance

Students associated with the Disability Resource Center have the opportunity to meet with Junia McDole, financial aid administrator for Student Success Programs. Junia can provide guidance on the following: 

  • Grants and Scholarships
  • Work Study
  • Loan Counseling
  • Financial Literacy
  • Debt Counseling

Her drop-in hours are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 1-3 p.m. in Krach Leadership Center, Room 345. Students can also schedule appointments online

Scholarship Opportunities

From time to time we become aware of disability specific financial scholarships.  These are not associated with the DRC or the University but we make these opportunities available for your convenience.  Please click the link for more information:

Seever Scholarship Application due: 8.31.2018

Are you interested in pursuing higher education at a college or university? 

Applications are available for Indiana Residents diagnosed with a form of Muscular Dystrophy seeking to attend college anywhere in the United States.  Candidates will be evaluated based on:

  • financial need
  • academic achievement
  • leadership
  • community involvement and other activities;
  • personal character

Andrew Seever served on the MDFF board for 3 years and lived nearly 28 years with Duchenne MD, before passing away on Labor Day 2017.  Our desire is to keep Andrew’s memory alive in a way that honors him and his family.  Andrew loved learning and appreciated the opportunities he had for higher education.

The 2018 Scholarship deadline is 8.31.18.  Applicants will be notified of decision by 10.12.18 and scholarship can be used for spring 2019 and fall 2019 semester.  To request an application, click here.

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