EGTI is happy to provide scholarship information to students supported by organizations that have
historically provided financial assistance to individuals with disabilities who are seeking postsecondary
educational opportunities. Information about these opportunities can be found here or can be obtained by contacting EGTI directly.
Additionally, The Arc of Indiana Foundation is continually seeking funds that would provide financial
support to individuals who are interested in attending EGTI. When funds are available, the availability
of funds will be publicized. Eligibility criteria, scholarship structure and design, and timelines for each
scholarship will be defined and available upon request. For additional information or specific
questions regarding scholarship opportunities, please contact EGTI staff directly.
Scholarships through the AWS Foundation are distributed only to individuals who reside in counties served by AWS. If you live in a county highlighted in a shade of blue, you are potentially eligible to receive these funds.
Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship
High school seniors who are part of the class of 2018 and have an identified learning disability and/or ADHD are welcome to apply.
- The Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship is a $2,500 one-time scholarship awarded to a graduating high school senior with a documented learning disability and/or ADHD who will be enrolled in a two-year community college, a vocational or technical training program, or a specialized program for students with learning and attention issues in the fall of 2018.
All applications and supporting materials must be submitted by November 6th. Information about eligibility requirements and how to apply can be found at ncld.org/scholarships.
Ruby’s Rainbow Scholarships
Ruby’s Rainbow’s mission is to grant scholarships to adults with Down syndrome who are seeking postsecondary education, enrichment or vocational classes. Learn more by clicking on the link below.
O’Neill Tabani Enrichment Fund
The mission of the O’Neill Tabani Enrichment Fund is to offer financial assistance to young adults with Down syndrome – 18 and older – who are continuing to enrich their lives by taking classes or enrolling in postsecondary educational programs. Learn more by clicking on the link below.
Rehabmart Disability Scholarships
Rehabmart is owned and operated by Occupational and Physical Therapists – we would like to show our gratitude to the healthcare profession by offering scholarships to students with disabilities, health science students, or anyone majoring in special needs education. Learn More and Apply
National Down Syndrome Society: Ethan Saylor Memorial Scholarship
Each year at the Buddy Walk® on Washington, NDSS awards a $500 scholarship to an individual who embodies the same energy that Ethan carried with him. The scholarship is designed to help give individuals with Down syndrome a way to pursue their own quests, regardless of any perceived limitations. This award will be given annually to those who display the same drive and determination to pursue their dreams. Learn more by clicking on the link below.