The ClemsonLIFE™ Program is dedicated to providing a structured, high-quality, well-supervised program focused on vocational and independent living success for young adults with disabilities. The cost per-semester is listed below for the 2013-2014 school year.ClemsonLIFE Fees
Covers tuition fees. All students are required to enroll in a one credit hour Clemson University leisure skills class.
$534/credit hour for SC Residents
$1,268/credit hour for Non-Residents
$915 Commuter 75
$1,550 Weekly 15
$1,450 Access 5
$1,550 All Access Day Plus
$1,740 All Access 7 Day Plus
*All fees reflect the cost for fall 2013 and are subject to change
Limited financial aid resources are available for postsecondary programs for students with intellectual disabilities. The following are resources to explore:
Federal Student Aid: Students may be eligible for Federal Pell Grants receiving up to $5,550 per year
South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation Department: Students may be eligible for sponsorships
Some independent organziations and groups have offered scholarship money to select students.
Ruby's Rainbow: Our goal at Ruby's Rainbow is to grant scholarships to adults with Down Syndrome seeking postsecondary education, enrichment or vocational classes who feel that higher education is the right choice for them.
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