After more than two decades of awarding funds to young adults impacted by cancer for their higher education, the Ulman Foundation has decided to discontinue its scholarship program. In our consistent pursuit to meet the most urgent needs of the community we serve, we have determined that focusing the funds and time at our disposal on our programs which address the pressing practical and psychosocial needs of current patients and new survivors best aligns with our mission and current capabilities. Please join us in honoring the hundreds of students who have used their awards to increase their knowledge after living with cancer or supporting a loved one living with cancer, and to thank the many donors who have supported their learning and growth.
We offer the following suggestions as you search for scholarships:
Jill Weaver Starkman Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Tarzana, CA
Mary Barton Freeman Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Leesburg, VA
Sean Silver Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Chicago, IL
Mary Barton Freeman Scholarship Hometown: Rockville, MD
Kimberly Keith Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Deale, MD
Sean Silver Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Geneva, IL
Gabriel Jose Paguada Matteson
Perlita Liwanag Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Arlington, VA
Jill Weaver Starkman Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Costa Mesa, CA
Kiera Robinson Kimberly Keith Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Severn, MD
Jill Weaver Starkman Memorial Scholarship Hometown: Hoover, AL
“Cancer has taught me the need for community, partnership, and cooperation. I will use my cancer and my education to reach my full potential, not just for personal gain but also for the benefit of others who have given much to me.”
-Andrew E., Survivor & Scholarship Recipient
Learn about our program to inspire movement for patients and survivors, regardless of age or treatment status.