The NCAA has extended its scholarships for more than 30 people with learning disabilities in Southern California to March 1, 2019, the Los Angeles Times reported on Wednesday.
The award is one of many offered by the NCAA for people with severe disabilities who want to be considered for admission.
The scholarships were first offered to people with autism and special needs in 2007.
Since then, there have been more than 1,300 applications, according to the Times.
The list of people eligible for the scholarships includes people with cerebral palsy, cerebral palsia, cerebral dystrophy, epilepsy, cerebral ischemia, dementia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, cerebral amaurosis, cerebral pedigrees, attention-deficit hyperactivity, attention Deficit Disorder Disorder, cerebral arteriosclerosis, cerebral ophthalmopathy, cerebral venous insufficiency, cerebral vascular insufficiencies, cerebral stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cerebral nephropathy, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic hypertension, chronic dyspnea syndrome, cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral edema, cerebral heart failure, cerebral laryngeal tumors, cerebral malignancy, cerebral peripheral vascular disease, cholestasis, cognitive impairment, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, cognitive dysfunction, cognitive disability, chronic polyphasic sleep apnea, chronic neuropathy, chronic pulmonary hypertension, cognitive-disorder disorder, chronic pain, chronic respiratory disease, chronic systemic lupus erythematosus, chronic urinary tract infections, chronic urticaria, chronic vascular disease of the head and neck, chronic viral infection, chronic vaginal bleeding, chronic zoonotic infections, cognitive disabilities, cognitive disorder, cognitive deficit, chronic physical disability, cognitive deficits, cognitive disorders, cognitive dyslexia, cognitive hyperactivity disorders, dyslexias, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, dystonia, eye disease, epilepsy disorder, focal neurological impairment, epilepsy/neuropathy, focal neurologic disease, focal sensory nerve disorder, gross motor neuron disease, hyperactivity/impulsivity, idiopathic learning disability, inattentive and hyperactive child, larynx disorder, motor neuron disorder, neuropathic pain syndrome, peripheral neuropathy syndrome, nerve disease, optic nerve, nerve disorder/neuromuscular disease, paresis, pulmonary embolism, pulmonary hypertension and stroke, cerebral paresias, pulmonary artery disease, pulmonary arteriositis, pulmonary stroke, respiratory failure, respiratory tract infection, sarcoidosis, sinusitis, spinal cord injury, spinal stenosis, spinal canal disease, spinal injury, staphylococcal disease, stent rupture, stents, syphilis, tardive dyskinesia, tinnitus, tic disorders, tinea peroneuropathy syndrome and tinnoplasty.AP students: Get more AP stories from our student-submitted content