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The Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation Scholarship

Any citizen or permanent resident of the United States with a marked hearing loss is eligible for consideration by the Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation, regardless of age, sex, race, geographic location or ethnicity. Financial need will increase the chance of being awarded funds but is only one of many criteria that are taken into account.


Scholarships will be considered only at accredited non-profit schools physically located in the United States, and all funds awarded by the Louise Tumarkin Zazove Foundation will be paid directly to schools. The Foundation will not consider applications for graduate or high school tuition. Whether applicants prefer spoken English or American Sign Language is not important - the Foundation's aim is to help all persons with a hearing loss get the education they need to compete effectively in a hearing world.

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