Canadian Hearing Services Yearly Scholarships

Scholarships Available for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Author: Canadian Hearing Services
Published: 2022/03/12 - Updated: 2023/04/12
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Synopsis: This scholarship is available to Deaf and hard-of-hearing Canadian residents 17 years of age or older attending an accredited post-secondary educational institution. Scholarships are available for undergraduate and graduate students, including mature students attending accredited post-secondary institutions inside or outside Canada. Students who receive funding remain eligible for the same level of funding for up to four years. Scholarship grants of $3,000 for full-time students and $1,000 for part-time students may be applied to cover tuition, residence, academic accommodations, and educational resources.

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Canadian Hearing Services' 2023-24 National Scholarship Program for Deaf and hard of hearing post-secondary students is now open for applications! These life-changing scholarships help break down financial barriers to participation and support the extra costs associated with accommodations, tuition, residence, and educational resources in a higher learning environment.

Canadian Hearing Services' National Scholarship Program is the largest scholarship program in Canada that exclusively supports Deaf and hard-of-hearing students. Since its launch in 2017, Canadian Hearing Services has provided 107 scholarships to 51 Deaf and hard-of-hearing students across Canada. Fifteen of those students have since graduated from their post-secondary programs!

Each year, student winners share their thoughts on the impact of the National Scholarship Program.

Scholarships are available for undergraduate and graduate students, including mature students attending accredited post-secondary institutions inside or outside Canada. Students who receive funding remain eligible for the same level of funding for up to four years.

The scholarships are available to Canadian residents at least 17 years of age and Deaf, deafblind, or hard of hearing.

Scholarship grants of $3,000 for full-time and $1,000 for part-time students may be applied to cover tuition, residence, academic accommodations, and educational resources.

The deadline to apply is May 26, 2023. Successful candidates will be notified in August 2023.

Visit https://www.chs.ca/scholarship-program for details on eligibility criteria and the application process.

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