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Alabama Scholarships for Dependents of Blind Parents

Alabama Scholarship for Dependents of Blind Parents is an award to cover instructional fees and tuition at an Alabama state institution of higher learning for children of families in which the head of the family is blind and whose family income is insufficient to provide educational benefits. Students must apply within two years of high school graduation.

Applications are available from the State of Alabama:
Debra Culver
Rehab. Specialist
Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services
2129 East South Blvd.
Montgomery, AL 36116-2455

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