Scholarships

The College of Professional Studies offers a number of scholarship opportunities for our students. Supported by alumni and faculty these scholarships are based on a student’s demonstrated financial need, academic achievement, and/or personal circumstances. Scholarships are awarded at several times throughout the academic year.

Scholarships for Bachelor's Completion Students

The College of Professional Studies offers a full complement of financial assistance to eligible students including a variety of scholarships.

Students may receive only one of the following scholarships: Community College Scholarship, Dean’s “Break Through” Scholarship, Lowell Institute Scholarship, Professional Advancement Scholarship. Awards are based on availability of funds, and meeting eligibility guidelines does not guarantee that a student will be offered a particular scholarship.


Scholarships for Graduate Students

The College of Professional Studies offers a full complement of financial assistance to eligible students including a variety of scholarships.


Industry Partnerships

In addition to the scholarship opportunities provided through the College of Professional Studies, we have also partnered with a variety of organizations to offer scholarships to eligible students who are enrolled in the College of Professional Studies. Supported by employers, these scholarships provide additional funding resources to students affiliated with these organizations. Scholarship criteria, eligibility, and application processes will vary based on individual partnerships.

Current partnerships include: YMCA, Boston Ballet, Boys and Girls Club, City Year, Ed Assist*, LPGA, Major League Lacrosse, Massachusetts Community College Executive Office, Mass Promise, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Playworks, Seattle Works, Squashbusters, Tenacity, and United Technologies Corporation.

*For eligibility, applicants must contact Ed Assist and request a Network Discount Letter so that it may be applied to their application. Ed Assist can be reached by phone or email using the Contact Us/Support information on your Ed Assist account. Please email the Network Discount Letter via our contact form.