Sickle Cell Disease Scholarships

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$1,000 CollegeMapper Scholarship - No Essay $1,000
Sponsored: The $1,000 "CollegeMapper No Essay" Scholarship is open to all students currently enrolled at a high school in the United States and plan to attend a college or University in the United States. Refer a friend for more changes to win.
I.H. McLendon Memorial Scholarships $1000
Established to provide financial assistance for college to high school seniors in Connecticut who have sickle cell disease. This program is open to Connecticut residents who have sickle cell ...
Incight Scholarship $750
Incight Fellow Scholarship Program is a long-term commitment to students entering and attending college. Applicant must have a physical disability, including sight, hearing and learning ...
Kermit B. Nash Academic Scholarship $5000
Scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled as an entering freshman into college through the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA). www.sicklecell disease.org Applicant must ...
Reshod K Robinson Scholarship $1,000
Reshod K. Robinson was born January 9, 1981 in Oceanside, California. His family later relocated to Saint Louis, Missouri. Reshod is an alumnus of Riverview Gardens High School class of ...
Sickle Cell Disease Association of Illinois $1,500-$2,500
This scholarship is awarded to students with sickle cell disease. They are awarded based on financial need, and academic achievement. The student must be an Illinois resident, and must also