USF Accessibility/Johnson Scholarship
Click here for more information.
For students with disabilities who are full and part-time, newly admitted freshman, new transfers and currently enrolled undergraduates. This scholarship is open to all majors, all colleges and all campuses, is for Florida Residents and can be awarded 2 semesters. Student must provide an official current transcript (not photocopy) which documents a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) on all credits. High school students who are applying for the first year of college should submit a current high school transcript. Student must provide documentation of the nature and/or extent of a disability. The disability must be in one or more of the following classifications: hearing impairment, physical impairment, specific learning disability; speech/language impairment, visual impairment; or other impairment. Appropriate documentation includes, but is not limited to, either a recent psychological evaluation used to determine eligibility for exceptional student services, school/medical records, certification by the Division of Blind Services, or Vocational Rehabilitation eligibility determination. Documentation provided must meet the guidelines required by the institution in which the student is enrolled. Student must contact the University Office of Student Disability Services for clarification as to what is required.
Late February/Early March
No, the scholarship is not renewable
Yes, the scholarship requires FAFSA