Cancer Survivors' Fund

Scholarships from the Cancer Survivors' Fund are granted to cancer survivors for their college educations. Recipients are selected by a committee based on applicants' personal hardship and financial need.


To be eligible, an applicant must satisfy the following requirements:

- The applicant must be a cancer survivor or currently diagnosed with cancer, and does not have to be receiving treatment to qualify.
- The applicant is enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in an accredited undergraduate school.
- The applicant must complete the online Scholarship Application.

Applications are available for the Fall and Spring semesters.

For more information, visit:

http://www.cancersurvivorsfund.org/ScholarshipEligibilityRequirements.htm

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