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College Scholarship Program

180 Medical is honored to have a scholarship program to help those with spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, and/or a neurogenic bladder. 

Realizing the financial burdens that exist for many of these families, we've developed the 180 Medical Scholarship Program to honor these young adults who pursue goals of higher education.

2013 Scholarship Program

The deadline has now passed. Find out more about the 2013 Scholarship Recipients here!

College Scholarship Program

Eligibility
Students attending a two-year, four-year, or graduate school program full time in the fall are eligible to apply. Applicants must be under a physician's care for a spinal cord injury, spina bifida, transverse myelitis, or neurogenic bladder.

Scholarship Award
Five $1,000 college scholarships

Deadline
The scholarship runs from January 1 to June 1.

Application
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Questions?
If you have any questions please contact scholarships@180medical.com.

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About 180 Medical
180 Medical specializes in providing intermittent catheter products 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 & CEO, Todd Brown, who was injured in a motocross accident that left him with a spinal cord injury.