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The following criteria are used for selection of scholarship recipients to ensure that the mission of the Foundation is supported.
Recipients must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
Recipients must have significant bilateral hearing loss. We require at least a 50 dB unaided hearing loss in both ears (or cochlear implant(s)), and we accept applicants who have a cochlear implant on an equal basis as those without an implant. If there are extenuating circumstances documented in the application, we may consider applicants with less hearing loss -- please describe the circumstances in the "Optional" section of the application form.
Recipients must be undergraduates attending an accredited non-profit colleges physically located in the United States. The Foundation will not consider applications for graduate or high school tuition.
Applicants who meet the above criterion are considered regardless of age, sex, race, geographic location or ethnicity. The final selection of scholarship recipients will be made by the Foundation's board of directors or by designees as directed by the board.