George H. Nofer Scholarship for Law and Public Policy

The George H. Nofer Scholarship offers up to $5,000 to graduate students with prelingual bilateral hearing loss.

Check Your Eligibility For us to evaluate your eligibility you will need to sign-up and create a profile

Who's Eligible to Apply?

Your Eligibility Criteria Restrictions
We're Not Sure For us to evaluate your eligibility you will need to sign-up and create a profile School Year High School Senior, Current Undergraduate Student, College Freshman, College Sophomore, College Junior, College Senior, Graduate Student
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How to Apply

Apply by submitting any of the following: Essay, Paper Application.

Essay Options

  1. Two single-sided pages. Career goals, please include any comments you may want the scholarship review committee to know, such as your extracurricular activity involvement, financial situation, including any extenuating circumstances, your use of listening and spoken language and the impact, if any, that hearing loss has had on you. Your essay may be written in a clear hand or typed. Applicants who have received a George H. Nofer Scholarship award in the past are strongly encouraged to write a new essay (rather than submitting the same essay). The new essay should incorporate adjustments to or clarity of goals due to the experiences of the past year, if or how your hearing loss is impacting you differently than before and how you are managing that, as well as any change in your situation - financial or otherwise.