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180 Medical Announces New College Scholarship Program

180 Medical Announces New College Scholarship Program

We are very excited to announce a brand new college scholarship program at 180 Medical. This is the first year we will be providing a $1,000 scholarship award to three students.

180 Medical Announces New College Scholarship Program

The college scholarship is available to high school seniors or those currently in college who plan to attend full-time at a two-year or four-year college in the fall. In addition, eligible students must have a qualifying medical condition such as a spinal cord injury, spina bifida, or transverse myelitis

The founder of 180 Medical, Todd Brown, had his share of difficulties due to living with a disability. After he was paralyzed in a motocross accident, he regularly dealt with frequent urinary tract infections. His victory resides in being able to turn the quality of his life around by finding the right catheter supplies for his needs.

180 Medical Founder Todd Brown
Todd Brown, 180 Medical Founder

Due to his experience, he created 180 Medical, a company that provides the best quality supplies with the best possible service.

180 Medical’s new scholarship program takes that goal even further. With this new scholarship, optimistic students have the opportunity to share their stories of challenge and perseverance. We hope to reward dedicated students who want to make a positive impact on the world.

How to Apply for the New 180 Medical Scholarship Program

Visit for application instructions. Plus, you’ll find the most up-to-date scholarship information.

Learn more about the 180 Medical College Scholarship Program

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About the Author
Jessica is the Sr. Marketing Specialist at 180 Medical, where she's worked for 12 years. She loves seeing the positive impact we make on our customers' lives through our values of compassion and education.

Outside of work, you can find her at her favorite local coffee shop, hanging out at home with her husband and their dogs, or browsing garden centers, where she will almost certainly buy another plant she doesn't really need.