Young Survivor Scholarship Program
Sponsored by: American Cancer Society Great Lakes Division Foundation
Application Deadline April
Type of Award Scholarship
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The Young Survivor Scholarship Program is moderately competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a United States citizen and a legal resident of Indiana or Michigan who is 20 years old or younger and is a cancer survivor. Applicant must attend, or be planning to attend an accredited college, university, or trade/technical school in either of those two states and be able to maintain full-time status carrying 12 or more credit hours per semester.
Requirements for the Young Survivor Scholarship Program
The minimum GPA required to apply for this scholarship is
2.00 out of 4.0.
High school senior
|Age||Scholarship applicants must be 20 years old or younger.|
Katie Wilson, Childhood Cancer Support & Patient Programs Manager
Phone: (517) 664-1314
Fax: (517) 664-1497
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Award is granted yearly?
How much money does the this award give out?
The maximum amount of the Young Survivor Scholarship Program is $2500, but it awards $2500 on average. The least you can get from the Young Survivor Scholarship Program is $2500. To find more scholarships that give at least $2500, visit our Scholarship Search.
Who is the sponsor of this award?
The Young Survivor Scholarship Program is sponsored by: American Cancer Society Great Lakes Division Foundation 1755 Abbey, East Lansing, MI United States (P) 517 664-1314 (F) 517 664-1497 email@example.com http://www.cancer.org/scholarships