Check out the Scholarship Opportunities at our Member Organizations
The following list includes some opportunities for scholarships available to those living with and affected by epilepsy.
This list is not meant to be complete and these organizations are not associated with Epilepsy Alliance America.
The Charles L. Shor Epilepsy Empowerment Fund
The Charles L. Shor Epilepsy Empowerment Fund provides direct educational assistance and scholarships to universities, colleges, technical training and certification programs. Get more information and take your first steps toward completing your education today.
FACES (Finding A Cure For Epilepsy And Seizures)
A program of NYU Langone Health, FACES provides partial financial support for the education of incoming freshmen or currently enrolled college students affected by epilepsy and seizure disorders.
Foundation for Science and Disability
The Foundation for Science and Disability (FSD) Student Award Program is for fourth year undergraduate and graduate students who have a disability. Awards of $1,000 each are made to qualified college or university students in any field of Mathematics, Science, Medicine, Technology, or Engineering.
Lime Connect offers distinct scholarships with partners that support the education of current university students and open the door to potential internship and co-op opportunities. Also offers their own Pathways Scholarship that supports current high school seniors’ pursuit of a university/college education. All scholarships are awarded based on merit, and financial need is considered for Pathways.
Medical Student Scholarships – Child Neurology Foundation
Scholarships available for those interested in joining the clinical side of the neurology community.
Learn More: CNF Medical Student Scholarships – Child Neurology Foundation
Microsoft Disability Scholarship
Microsoft Disability Scholarships are awarded to high school seniors with disabilities. The scholarship is for students who plan to attend a vocational or academic college with a focus on starting a career in the technology industry.
Microsoft Disability Scholarship page
National Educational Association of Disabled Students — Parke–Davis Epilepsy Scholarship Program
The Parke-Davis Scholarship Program administers 16 scholarships annually for students with epilepsy. Each scholarship is worth $3,000. Applicants must be currently under a physician’s care for treatment of epilepsy and must be taking anti-epileptic medication. The program is open to high school seniors who have applied to a university or college program and students currently in post-secondary studies.
Patient Advocate Foundation
“Scholarship for Survivors” program to honor these individuals by offering educational scholarships to individuals who have suffered, or are suffering, a life-threatening disease or chronic condition.
Path to Good Scholarship Award Program
The Jon Denzer Bear Hug Foundation has a Path to Good Scholarship Awards Program. Scholarships will be awarded to High School students and young adults not 4-year college bound that would benefit from financial help for technical career training and are open to love, hope and a path to good in their lives.
Scholarships – Jon’s Bear Hug Foundation
Scholarships for Master’s Students with Learning Disabilities
If you’re a student with a disability ready to enter a master’s program, you don’t want financial challenges to stand in the way of building upon your undergraduate successes and achieving your career goals. To help you avoid the financial barriers that could prevent you from continuing your education, keep reading to learn about 30 funding opportunities for students with a variety of disabilities.
UCB Family Epilepsy Scholarship ProgramTM
The program offers educational scholarships to people living with epilepsy, family members and caregivers.
Updated September 14, 2023