applicant must be a cancer survivor or currently diagnosed with
cancer, and does not have to be
receiving treatment to qualify.
enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in an accredited undergraduate
The Fund requires the recipient of a scholarship to submit a
copy of an acceptance letter from the college/university of their choice or
a letter of good standing from the registrar.
applicant must complete the online
applicant must submit two letters of recommendation from
two different academic teachers addressing why they should receive the
from your attending physician verifying your medical history and
current medical situation must
also be submitted. Medical information will be kept
confidential and will only be utilized to support the qualification of
consideration for the scholarship.
applicant must submit an essay discussing the
following question. HOW HAS MY EXPERIENCE WITH CANCER IMPACTED
MY LIFE VALUES AND CAREER GOALS? Essays must be a minimum of
500 words and a maximum of 1200 words.
applicants must agree
to do volunteer work to use their cancer experience to help other
young cancer patients and survivors coping with a life threatening or life-altering event.
applicants and their parents if they are minors, must sign a
release, that they agree to
have their name and photo published in the news media or any CSF
publication as a recipient of
Cancer Survivors' Fund scholarship and that they agree to
have their name, photo and success story to be published on this website
or in any CSF publication.