There are several organizations and foundations that offer college scholarships specifically for twins and triplets, including:
- National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs (NOMOTC) Scholarship Program - open to all sets of twins, triplets, and higher order multiples who are pursuing higher education.
- American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) Scholarship for Twin and Multiple Birth Children - open to all full-time students who are a twin or multiple birth and pursuing a degree in Family and Consumer Sciences.
- Educational Foundation for Twins Scholarship - open to all twins who are pursuing higher education in the United States.
- Susan M. Daniels Disability Advocacy Scholarship - open to students with disabilities and their siblings, including twins.
- TWIN Scholarships by TWIN Foundation - open to all full-time undergraduate students who are twins, triplets, or other multiple birth students and are pursuing a degree in any field of study.
- The National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs (NOMOTC) Scholarship Program: offers scholarships for twins, triplets, and other multiples who are high school seniors or current college students.
- The American College of Education's Multiple Births Scholarship: awards a scholarship to a twin, triplet, or quadruplet who is pursuing a master's degree in education.
- The National Association of Catholic Mothers (NACM) Scholarships: offers scholarships to high school juniors and seniors who are twins, triplets, or other multiples.
- The Sibling Scholarships: provides scholarships to twins, triplets, or siblings attending the same college or university.
- The Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration Scholarship: awards scholarships to Catholic twins, triplets, or other multiples who are pursuing a college education.
It is recommended to research these scholarships and their specific eligibility requirements, as well as to look for other similar scholarships available in your area.