Brian Evans Learning Disabilities Program Assistance Fund
Northeastern provides students with a unique opportunity to obtain a comprehensive level of services through the fee-for-service Learning Disabilities Program. Unfortunately, each year there are eligible students who are unable to afford the program.
A scholarship fund has been created that, once fully endowed, will help to provide the support that some students require but are unable to afford. Brian Evans, a student in the LDP, lost his life in an unfortunate accident in the fall of 2006. To honor his memory, his family has established The Brian Evans Learning Disabilities Program Assistance Fund.
The Brian Evans Learning Disabilities Program Assistance Fund will provide scholarships to approximately three to five students each year. Students will be selected by the Director of the Learning Disabilities Program and determined to be eligible for assistance through the Office of Student Financial Services and the Senior Vice President for Enrollment and Student Life.
To remember Brian and to assist students who face challenges that can be a part of being a college student with a learning disability or attention deficit disorder, we ask that you consider making a gift to the Fund. Your generosity will make it possible for us to one day offer to students in need.
Complete the application to the Learning Disabilities Program indicating your interest in the scholarship.
By check - Please make checks out to Northeastern University and indicate in the memo line "Brian Evans LDP Assistance Fund." Checks may be mailed to:
Office of Advancement
716 Columbus Place, 402 CP
Boston, MA 02120
Online - Click here to donate. When submitting your donation, please designate your gift for "Other" and specify "Brian Evans LDP Assistance Fund."