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  • Guide to Paying for College for People With Disabilities
    Getting a college degree is hard enough, but it presents a different set of challenges for people who have disabilities. If you have a disability, this guide can help you determine how to get financial aid, and access scholarships meant for people with disabilities.


  • Ohio State ADVANCE
    Ohio State ADVANCE promotes the recruitment, retention, and advancement of women faculty in the STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine) disciplines at The Ohio State University. The ADVANCE program supervises the nine-city Young Scholars Program and runs various retention, mentoring, scholarship and access programs.


  • Vital Signs
    Vital Signs examines the health of K-12 STEM education, state by state


  • Financial Aid For Minorities - Student Guide
    Helpful tips, advice, and funding sources for Minority Students


  • Smaller College Scholarships for Students with Disabilities to help with costs
    Though the price of obtaining a postsecondary education can be steep, both traditional and online college degrees should be accessible to everyone. To offset costs, many seek alternative sources of funding, including grants, loans and scholarships. Students with disabilities who are entering college will find that there are selective scholarship opportunities for which they may apply that can help pay for school. Below, discover scholarships, both narrowly- and broadly-focused, that can help students with disabilities pay for their educations, as well as additional resources for obtaining funding.


  • U.S. Women’s Guide to Business School- Resources to Excel
    Whether pursuing degrees or already making a name for themselves in the industry, it is important that female students and professionals are prepared to harness their strengths, find the right resources, and strive for equality in the workplace. Students and businesswomen can find tips, scholarships, business grants and expert advice in this guide to help them excel in school and their careers.


  • Computer Science: The Next Hot Major for Minority Students
    This guide will help minority students understand why they should consider computer science as a major, how they can explore and prepare before college, what to look for in a degree program, and how to afford a degree."There are tremendous Career Opportunities for Minority Graduates in Computer Science".


  • National Research Mentoring Network
    The National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) is a nationwide consortium of biomedical professionals and institutions collaborating to provide all trainees across the biomedical, behavioral, clinical and social sciences with evidence-based mentorship and professional development programming.


  • African-American Grants
    A list of grants and awards for African-American students.


  • Increasing Access and Success in STEM: Supporting the transition of High School students with Disabilities into College
    Resources to help advance high school students with disabilities with transitioning into post-secondary STEM education programs. These resources were the result of finalizing training materials used in student workshops run by Center for Community Inclusion & Disability Studies at the University of Maine and Maine EPSCoR.


  • Veterans Guide to Paying for College
    Information, resources and expert advice on higher education funding and scholarship for veterans.


  • WEPAN Professional Development Webinars
    WEPAN webinars focus on topics relevant to women in engineering and STEM. Our purpose is to significantly increase knowledge of key issues and encourage all participants to lead implementation of best and promising practices that will advance diverse communities of women in engineering in academic and workplace settings.


  • MinorityPostdoc.org
    A web portal on the minority postdoctoral experience especially in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines.


  • MentorNET
    To further the progress of women and others underrepresented in scientific and technical fields through the use ofa dynamic , technology-supported mentoring network.