180 Medical College Scholarship Program
We are honored to offer the 180 Medical Scholarship Program as a way to help college students living with conditions such as spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, neurogenic bladder, or an ostomy (ileostomy, colostomy, or urostomy).
Because we understand that these conditions often come with financial challenges, we offer this program as a way to give back and invest in the futures of inspiring students who have faced adversity and continue forward with their career goals.
Wondering how to apply for the 180 Medical scholarship?
In order to be eligible, applicants must be:
- A legal resident of the United States
- Accepted to a two-year, four-year, or graduate school program full-time in the fall of the year of application
Additionally, applicants must provide proof of being under a physician’s care for one of the following conditions:
- Spinal cord injury
- Spina bifida
- Transverse myelitis
- Neurogenic bladder
- Ostomy (ileostomy, colostomy, and/or urostomy)
Other conditions or disabilities are not currently eligible. Also, please note we are unable to accept applications for those enrolled in medical school.
Seven $1,000 college scholarships annually
We will begin accepting applications on January 1, 2020. Applications must be received by June 1, 2020.
Other Available Scholarship Opportunities
Additionally, as of 2020, we are introducing a new scholarship program for students who are unpaid caregivers to loved ones who live with a disability. You can learn more here or by clicking the banner below.
About 180 Medical
180 Medical specializes in providing intermittent catheter, ostomy, and incontinence supplies to people across the United States. We offer personalized service, free shipping, insurance billing, free samples, and catheter specialists available to answer any questions you may have regarding catheter products or insurance coverage.
The 180 Medical Scholarship program was started by 180 Medical’s Founder, Todd Brown, who lives with a spinal cord injury after a motocross accident in 1994.