The College of Professional Studies is privileged to provide scholarship opportunities for our students. These merit- and need-based, alumni- and faculty-supported scholarships are awarded several times a year. Selections for scholarships are made based on a variety of factors, which may include: financial need, academic merit, and personal circumstances.
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Scholarships for Undergraduate Applicants
Prospective students and applicants who are seeking to pursue a bachelor's degree at the College of Professional Studies may be eligible for the following scholarships:
Community College Scholarships
- Bunker Hill Community College Scholarship
- Mass Bay Community College Scholarship
- Roxbury Community College Scholarship
- Community College Technology & Engineering Scholarship
- Fast Track Your Education Scholarship
- Professional Information Technology Scholarship
- Ruby Linn Foundation Scholarships for Service Members and Veterans
- Working Professionals Advancement Scholarship
Scholarships for Graduate Applicants
Prospective students and applicants who are seeking to pursue a master's degree at the College of Professional Studies may be eligible for the following scholarships:
Scholarship for Current Graduate Students
Scholarships for Current Undergraduate Students
Scholarship application reviews occur after each deadline for students who have been admitted to an academic program, have completed a scholarship application, and have submitted required documents. Some scholarships require the financial aid process, which includes submitting documents to complete the process. For your financial aid status, please contact Student Financial Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Award letters are published after the deadline. Selected recipients will receive a formal letter via email of the award granted. Award value is divided throughout the academic year considering that the student continues to meet the criteria of the award.
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