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The AbbVie CF Scholarship program honors those who are thriving with cystic fibrosis, offering the chance to WIN UP TO $25,000 in pursuit of a higher education.

Whether it’s through artwork, writing, music, or another medium
that makes you shine, share your talent and apply today!

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Who can apply?

Students diagnosed with cystic
fibrosis who are pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree
at an accredited institution.
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What is the award?

Up to $25,000! 40 scholars are awarded scholarships of $3,000 each. Two Thriving Scholars are awarded scholarships of an additional $22,000.
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How do I apply?

Apply online or by mail by completing the application and submitting an essay, list of accomplishments, and a creative presentation before
May 29, 2019
.

KEY DATES

17
APR
Application
Opens
29
MAY
Application Deadline,
11 AM (ET)
25
SEP
Voting Begins
9
OCT
Voting Ends,
11 AM (ET)
31
OCT
Thriving Scholars
Announced!

Congratulations to our 2018 Thriving Scholars!

Vincent A., undergraduate student
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT
Jacqueline J., graduate student
GRADUATE STUDENT

Scholar Spotlight

Be inspired by the outstanding accomplishments and spirit of
our scholars through their stories below.

Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Cameryn R.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Cameryn R.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Francesca W.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Francesca W.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Marc E.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Marc E.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Briana H.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Briana H.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Olivia O.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Olivia O.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Haley C.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Haley C.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Julia R.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Julia R.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Nicole W
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Nicole W.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar, Stephen S.
Artwork courtesy of 2018 scholar,
Stephen S.