Epilepsy Foundation of San Diego Scholarship Program
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May 01, 2023
- Scholarship Description
Scholarship applicants must be permanent residents of San Diego County, Imperial County or Southern Riverside County. Applicants may be enrolled in a school outside of these areas. Eligible applicants are students currently being treated for epilepsy who are currently enrolled or will be enrolled in a college, university or trade school in the fall of the year the scholarship is awarded. Applicants must provide a letter from their doctor verifying that they are currently being treated for epilepsy/seizure disorder. Applicants must also show satisfactory academic performance and demonstrate financial need. (The criteria for “satisfactory academic performance” do not necessarily mean high GPA. It will be considered according to the capabilities of the student given any learning disabilities, medication side effects, etc.).
Also eligible are full-time college or university students involved in epilepsy research projects in the fields of health or social science. Applicants must provide a letter from their professor documenting project details. Students must also have a GPA of at least 3.0 for all work completed and demonstrate financial need.
Applicants must submit completed scholarship application, visit our website for the application. Include and community service and volunteer experience and/or academic achievements. Include statement of eligibility, statement of financial need, current transcript (official or unofficial) verifying enrollment and GPA. Include a letter from your doctor stating you are currently being treated for epilepsy OR letter from your professor stating you are currently working on an epilepsy research project (please include project details). Also include two letters of recommendation. All application packages must be received by the application deadline: May 1st. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.