Every year, Rett University awards scholarships to students who want to take our online courses, but are unable to do so because of financial need.
Awards are based on both merit and financial aid need and are available to international students as well.
Scholarships provided in partnership with Claire’s Crusade, an organization dedicated to supporting students with Rett Syndrome.
Special thanks to our donors and sponsors whose financial support has provided for this scholarship program.
OTHER AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS
AMRIT Foundation – Help for those who would otherwise be unable to access non-traditional medical interventions and therapies due to financial hardship.
Astra Zeneca – Offers free medication to people who earn $30,000 a year or less, or a family of four making up to $60,000 a year.
Blind Citizens – Assistive Technology Fund (ATF) provides funds to cover 50% of the retail price of adaptive devices or software.
Different Iz Good – Gift a Voice Project gives those in need an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad with an AAC app installed.
Different Needz Foundation – Offers special needs families a one-stop shop to buy and sell their gently used medical and special needs equipment and adaptive toys. They also have a grant available to purchase such items as well.
Grant Wire – 60 children’s federal grants, government grants and loans.
First Hand Foundation – Assists children with clinically relevant, health-related needs and no financial resources to cover these expenses. (816) 201-1569
Friends of Man – Grants for therapy, equipment and other needs. Must have a sponsor such as an agency or social worker to apply.
Kiddie Pool – Works as a fundraiser to help families raise money for special adaptive equipment.
Kids Therapy – Scholarship to be used for those therapies or activities that are not funded by public or private insurance, other charities or government agencies.
Special Needs Assistance Program – Modest grants for medical and therapeutic equipment, not covered by health insurance or in the case of no health insurance, throughout the United States, from birth to age 22.
Sunshine Foundation – Answer the dreams of chronically ill, seriously ill, physically challenged and abused children, ages three to eighteen, whose families cannot fulfill their requests due to the financial strain that child’s illness may cause.
GIVING YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO HELP
We understand that not everyone has the financial means available for our courses. Rett University wants to make sure that we can help those in need to ensure that every student with Rett Syndrome is able to access their highest portential.