$$$$$ for College

$$$$$ for College

Money For College


There are tons of scholarships available to help college & graduate school-bound students who have been affected by cancer.  And “affected by cancer” applies not only to cancer patients & cancer survivors, but also to children of cancer patients or survivors & to students who have lost a parent to cancer.


Check out these amazing, FREE resources that will connect you to the different scholarship opportunities…  (please note:  different sites may list different opportunities)


FinAid is a comprehensive source of student financial aid information. Click here for a huge listing of scholarship aid available for students affected by cancer.  (BTW, the site’s creator, Mark Kantrowitz, is a testicular cancer survivor.) 


The Ped-Onc Resource Center on ACOR (Association of Cancer Online Resources) maintains another huge listing of college scholarships for students affected by cancer.  Click here for more information.


The American Brain Tumor Association maintains a huge listing of different scholarship opportunities on their website.  Click here for their listing of scholarship resources.


The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults currently funds 11 different scholarships.


Carolyn’s Compassionate Children (CCC) maintains a huge scholarship database called CCCpedia (although it hasn’t been updated in 2 years, it still has tons of valid info & resources).  Additionally, CCC offers 2 of their own scholarships.


Scholarships.com is yet another site designed help conduct free college scholarship searches.  Click here to see their listing of “cancer scholarships” (as they are often times called).


If you know of any other great databases or listings of “cancer scholarships”, please post the info or email it to me at robyn@cancerhawk.com.  Knowledge is power. Please share the power!

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