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Author(s):George Washington University HEATH Resource Center
Title:Creating options 2007: Financial aid for individuals with disabilities
Source:http://www.heath.gwu.edu/files/active/0/creatin...
Date:2007
Organization:George Washington University HEATH Resource Center
Short Description:This resource paper provides an overview of student financial aid and discusses the roles and responsibilities of those who play a significant part in the process of providing aid to students with disabilities.
Annotation:This resource paper provides an overview of student financial aid and discusses the roles and responsibilities of those who play a significant part in the process of providing aid to students with disabilities. The paper also addresses the financial aid application procedure and suggests timelines and resources for those individuals who are seeking financial aid.
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College and Career Planning (for Students)
Documents
Financial Aid
Non-traditional Students
Students with Disabilities/ Special Needs Students

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