Higher Education Within Reach

InfuCare Rx® Scholarship Program

Our program helps people living with chronic and complex medical conditions pursue higher education.

General Information

The InfuCare Rx Scholarship Program has been providing scholarship opportunities to students since 2015.
  • The 2024 application window is now closed. If you are interested in applying for the InfuCare Rx Scholarship Program, please revisit our website in 2025.
  • A scholarship committee will review applications, and announcements will be made after decisions have been reached.
  • We value fairness and transparency in our application process. While we accept applicants from a variety of fields of study and career paths, preference is usually given to those with a trajectory in medical, healthcare, and pharmacy-related studies. However, it’s important to note that this is not always the case. The committee reviews each application and considers the individual circumstances and qualifications of the applicant, ensuring a fair and transparent process.
  • We encourage you to apply for the scholarship for which you are most qualified. It’s important to note that if you apply for a scholarship for which you are not eligible, the committee will not be able to consider your application and will not take the time to re-categorize you into the proper category.
  • If you have applied in previous years but did not receive a scholarship, you may still apply as long as you continue to meet the updated eligibility requirements. If you are a scholarship recipient from a previous year, you are no longer eligible to apply.
  • All requirements are subject to change.

Eligibility Requirements

Please read through the information below to ensure that you meet all eligibility requirements.
  • Applicants are not required to be patients of InfuCare Rx but must have an eligible diagnosis (a family member of the person diagnosed is not eligible) and be a resident of the United States of America.
  • All scholarship funds must be used to further the recipients’ education through a college, university, or vocational school within the United States of America.
  • Applicants must already be accepted to a college, university, or vocational program for the 2025 school year. Finalists will be carefully selected and required to submit a form signed by their physician and a transcript. They will also be interviewed by the esteemed scholarship committee.
  • All students applying for any of our scholarships must have earned a grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 or higher in their previous year of study (unless you are in a doctoral program with Pass/Fail programs, in which case you will have the ability to indicate so on your submission).
  • Prospective recipients must understand the significance of professional conduct and be willing to act as an ambassador of our scholarship program throughout the upcoming school year.
  • Applicants must be willing to allow their submitted information to be made public if selected.

-In honor of Lynn Waltz-

A person who has been diagnosed with one of the following conditions:

-Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP)
-Multiple sclerosis (MS)
-Myasthenia gravis (MG)


A person who has been diagnosed with one of the following conditions:

-Common variable immune deficiency (CVID)
-Selective IgA deficiency
-Familial Agammaglobulinemia


A person who has been diagnosed with one of the following conditions:

-Hemophilia A/B (and symptomatic carriers)
-Von Willebrand Disease (vWD)
-Rare factor deficiencies

Applicant Agreement and Physician Form

If you are selected as a finalist, the Scholarship Committee will reach out using the email address provided within the application to request the completed form below, your photograph, and a copy of your most recent transcript. These files must be submitted within 14 days of the initial request as a requirement for consideration.