LDA Scholarship at Washtenaw Community College in Memory of Alice Warshaw
Alice Warshaw was a talented and dedicated tutor in Washtenaw County for many years, and an active member of the Washtenaw County Learning Disabilities Association. She assisted many students improving their skills and meting their personal goals.
What is the origin of the scholarship?
The Washtenaw Learning Disabilities Association Scholarship was established in her memory after the death of Alice Warshaw.
Who is eligible for this scholarship?
This scholarship is available to students attending Washtenaw Community College with documented disabilities, with preference going to high school seniors who expect to graduate at the end of the current year. All candidates must live in the Washtenaw County school district, and have a minimum grade point average of 2.0. You do not have to apply for financial aid to be eligible for this scholarship.
What does the scholarship provide?
The maximum award is $500.
How do you apply?
Inquiries should be directed to WCC Learning Support Services (734-973-3342). The application deadline is June 30th.
You can also print out a Learning Disabilities Association Scholarship Application (PDF, 31KB).