The following resources are scholarship opportunities for students with and without disabilities. Students are encourage to explore funding options through state-funded offices, such as Vocational Rehabilitation and the Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Please note, many of the scholarships cited are not directly affiliated with Seton Hall University.
Brother James Kearney Scholarship for the Blind
The Brother James Kearney Scholarship For The Blind is funded through the Lavelle Fund Foundation and aims to help make quality undergraduate and graduate education affordable for U.S. residents who are legally blind, financially needy, and are attending any of 11 private colleges in New York State and Northeastern New Jersey. Stipends for general educational purposes are awarded to no more than ten (10) Seton Hall students every academic year.
Scholarship Opportunities for Students with Disabilities
DSS maintains a directory of external scholarship opportunities for students with disabilities. The directory's content is updated regularly, so read carefully for new opportunities and application instructions.
Scholarship Opportunities at the ARC for Seton Hall Students
The Academic Resource Center (ARC) maintains a directory of scholarship information relevant to Seton Hall students. Students also have the ability to set up an appointment with a scholarship advisor to discuss scholarship options and the application process.
Scholarship Opportunities for Undergraduate Seton Hall Students
The office of Undergraduate Admission offers full and partial scholarships to Seton Hall undergraduates. The criteria posted determine eligibility only and do not guarantee receipt of the scholarship.