The annual $2,500 scholarship will fund services or accommodation for a library school student or students with disabilities admitted to an ALA-accredited library school. The scholarship will fund services or accommodations that are either not provided by law or otherwise by the university that will enable the student or students to successfully complete the course of study for a Master's or Doctorate in Library Science and become a library or information studies professional. To read application instructions, use this link. (Note that further down that page are links to the specific requirements for all scholarships.) Follow this link to apply, but be prepared to create a person login and password. (This is not the same as the login you use for members-only Web services.) Information about applying for scholarship Applicants must provide a letter on official stationery containing a brief statement attesting to their disability, bearing the signature of the authorizing professional. (Such verifying sources can include counselors in educational, vocational, and rehabilitation agencies, offices of disability services in colleges and veteran administrations, health professionals, and other qualified persons.) Student must be U.S. or Canadian citizen. There are no requirements on semester hours for a continuing student. Factors considered: Academic excellence, financial needs, leadership, and professional goals. Prepare a personal statement, one page, typewritten, outlining your interest in librarianship and how library education will aid you in achieving your goals. The award (check) will be made directly to the scholarship recipient(s). A presentation of the scholarship will be made at the ASCLA President's Program during Annual Conference.