No grants are made directly to students.
Students should contact their institution’s
financial aid and scholarship offices.
The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation continues the legacy of Mrs. Newcombe, who was unable to attend college because of a visual impairment, by supporting institutions that serves students with disabilities in their quest for higher education.
These grants support completion of degrees by students with disabilities who have documented financial need. Scholarships may be applied either to the student’s tuition and fees or to offset the student’s disability-related expenses that lie beyond the institution’s accommodation mandates and are not coverable by public disability agencies or other financial resources.
Through the Foundation’s partnership with funded institutions, student scholarship money comes from current year grants from the Foundation, matching funds provided by institutions, and income from Newcombe-endowed funds.
Grants for 2020-21:
- Brooklyn College
- Cabrini University
- Columbia University
- Delaware Valley University
- Fairleigh Dickinson University
- Gallaudet University
- Penn State University
- Penn State Harrisburg
- Temple University
- Villanova University
In addition, seven previously funded institutions continue to provide Newcombe Scholarships from Newcombe-endowed scholarship funds: