BioRx / Hemophilia of North Carolina Educational Scholarship Program
At BioRx, our goal is to help individuals with bleeding disorders to live life to the fullest. This includes supporting their pursuit of higher education and career development. Each year, BioRx awards scholarships to four (4) individuals who are affected by hemophilia or related bleeding disorders. This can include patients themselves, or their siblings, parents or other caregiver. At least one of these scholarships is awarded to an applicant pursuing education in a health-related field.
Complete the form below to receive a copy of the application via email.
“I wanted to sincerely thank you all for offering college scholarships to the hemophilia community. This type of a donation to families that are somewhat burdened with our bleeding disorders already have hardships. So, for you to offer to help the community in this way is a blessing for us all. I didn’t receive the scholarship, but I’d like to sincerely thank you for the opportunity.”
- Juanita F.
More about the Scholarship Program
The hemophilia scholarship program is funded by BioRx and administered by Hemophilia of North Carolina, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons affected by bleeding disorders. Applicants are not required to be — nor is any preference given to —residents of North Carolina.
Application submission deadline: May 1
- Scholarships are intended for persons affected by a bleeding disorder*, including anyone who has been diagnosed with a bleeding disorder; is a caregiver of a child or adult affected by a bleeding disorder; or has a sibling or parent in the same household affected by a bleeding disorder.
*For the purpose of this scholarship application, the term “bleeding disorder” is limited to clotting factor deficiency disorders, specifically: hemophilia A, B, and C; von Willebrand disease; factor V (parahemophilia), factor VII, factor X, and factor XIII deficiencies.
- Applicants must be seeking education from an accredited college, university or certified training program.
- Awards are primarily merit-based, but financial need may be considered as well. The applicant is encouraged, though not required, to include a copy of their current FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) with their application package.
Hemophilia Scholarship Application Request