Natalie Marc Surpris Scholarship

March 10, 2025
Awards Available: Varies

Scholarship Description

If you're a student in the sunshine state of Florida, facing the challenges of cancer in your family, the Natalie Marc Surpris Scholarship is here to illuminate your path to education.

Eligibility Snapshot:

• Open to High School Seniors and College Undergraduates currently enrolled at a Florida College/University. • Maintained a commendable GPA of at least 3.0.

Qualification Criteria: To embark on this transformative scholarship journey, adhere to the following steps:

1. Florida Residency: • Students from all states are eligible if they are currently enrolled at a Florida College/University. 2. Academic Excellence: • Maintain a stellar academic record with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, showcasing your commitment to educational excellence. 3. Family Connection to Cancer: • Navigate through the application process if you have a parent or legal guardian currently undergoing cancer treatments or sadly lost a parent due to a cancer diagnosis. 4. Submission Requirements: • Complete the "We Stand Together, Inc. Scholarship Application" form, ensuring accuracy and completeness. • Accompany your application with the requisite documentation, validating your eligibility. • Craft an impactful essay substantiating your compliance with all stipulated requirements. 5. Review Scholarship Policies: • Download and thoroughly review the Natalie Marc Surpris Scholarship Fund Policy/Guidelines for a comprehensive understanding of the documents required for eligibility.

Why Apply?

• A beacon of hope for students navigating the challenges of cancer within their families. • An opportunity to receive financial support for your education in the dynamic landscape of Florida.

Take the First Step:

Download the application form, gather the necessary documents, and share your compelling story through an essay. The Natalie Marc Surpris Scholarship awaits, promising not just financial assistance but a supportive community standing together against the shadows of cancer. Scholarship Search