Scholarship Resources

National Children's Cancer Society Scholarship

The 2012-2013 Beyond the Cure Scholarship Program is now accepting applications. Childhood cancer survivors who were diagnosed before the age of 18, are under 25 years old and have been accepted into an accredited educational institution for the fall of 2012 are eligible. Visit thenccs.org for more information and an application. Applications will be accepted through March 30, 2012.

Sabrina House Children's Charity- Amanda House Martin Scholarship

Must be a patient of the Bi-Lo Charities Children’s Cancer Center of the Greenville Children's Hospital, with a chronic or recurrent hematology or oncology diagnosis requiring treatment for a minimum of six months or more. Must be a senior in high school or an undergraduate student already enrolled in college and must be planning to attend college in the Fall of 2012.

American Cancer Society Scholarship

The scholarship is open to any survivor of childhood cancer who will attend an accredited two- or four-year institution. Students are awarded stipends of $500 per academic year to assist with tuition, fees, books and supplies. The applicant must have been diagnosed with cancer before the age of 18, and is age 25 or younger at the time of application. Applicants must be legal residents of Delaware, Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia or the District of Columbia. Scholarship recipients are required to serve a minimum of 25 volunteer hours with the Society.

SuperSibs Scholarship

To be eligible for consideration for a SuperSibs! scholarship, you must meet the following criteria during the year you apply:

  • Must be a sibling of a child who has or has had cancer
  • Live in the United States, Puerto Rico or US Virgin Islands
  • Must be a graduating high school senior
  • A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or 2.5 (on a 5.0 scale)
  • Must be planning on attending (full time) an accredited college, university or vocational institution in the Fall