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Continue the Healing After the Disease Is Gone

Every day hundreds of students go to class and adults achieve in their careers because of Cancer for College’s help. Whether it’s our General Scholarship fund or one of the specialty Scholarships created by people touched by our mission, we change lives. You can too.

Cancer for College

Cancer for College provides need-based college scholarships and professional educational experiences to high-achieving cancer survivors. Help us make those college dreams come true!

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Cherry Hawk Scholarship

In addition to meeting all requirements for a general scholarship, an applicant must be from or attending school in southern California.

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Frank The Tank Scholarship

Created by Cancer for College Scholarship recipient Frank Lozoya.
​In addition to meeting all requirements for a general scholarship, an applicant must be attending, or planning to attend, California State University, Fullerton.

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Henry Streuli Scholarship

This scholarship is in memory of Henry Joseph Streuli and will be awarded to a student who will use their education to advance a world that is filled with Henry’s love of life. In addition to meeting all requirements for a general scholarship, an applicant must either be from or attending school in the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, or Montana.

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Ross Skelton Memorial Scholarship

Created in memory of Ross Skelton to award scholarships to survivors the wish to pursue a career in architecture. In addition to meeting all requirements for a general scholarship, an applicant must be an engineering major either be from or attending school in the states of North or South Carolina.

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Wohl Family Scholarship

Created in memory of Emil and Jan Wohl, who lived their lives to the fullest. In addition to meeting all requirements for a general scholarship, an applicant must be from and attending school in Southern California.

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SEQUOIA WHITE
Freshman at Baylor University
Biology
Survivor of Non-Hodgkin T-cell Lymphoma

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A total of 175,000 children ages 14 and under are diagnosed each year globally.

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Right now, one in 100 college students are a survivor of cancer.

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