Quincy College provides students with many scholarship opportunities. We also provide students with resources for external scholarship opportunities.
The Quincy College 2019 Scholarship application is now closed.
Recipients will be notified by Friday, April 12, 2019.
Recipients will receive a formal invitation to the Quincy College Scholarship Presentation Ceremony, date to be determined. Attendance is mandatory in order to receive the award
If you have any questions feel free to contact Tina Cahill, Director of Institutional Advancement at email@example.com.
To be eligible students must:
- Have earned 12 credits at Quincy College by the end of the Fall Semester 2018
- Be enrolled in at least 6 credits for the Fall semester 2019
- Submit completed applications by March 27, 2019 (In order for applications to be accepted, the student essay must also be uploaded upon submission)
Scholarship funds will be applied to student accounts for the 2019 Fall Semester (unless stated differently by individual scholarship criteria).
Please be diligent in following instructions when applying, only complete applications will be considered eligible for an award.
Quincy College Trust Scholarships
The Francis F. Anselmo Scholarship Fund: $1000 – Full-Time Student
This scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a full-time student with a GPA of 2.75 or higher entering their second year at Quincy College (12 credits completed)
Bruce Muirhead Memorial Scholarship: $1000 – All Students
This scholarship of $1000 is awarded to a student selected by the Quincy College Scholarship Committee.
The Frank K. Perkins, Jr. Memorial Scholarship $500 – All Students
This scholarship of $500 is awarded yearly to a student selected by the Quincy College Scholarship Committee.
Chief Francis and Marjorie Mack Scholarship: $1000 – Holbrook Resident / Criminal Justice
This $1,000 scholarship is awarded in two installments of $500 each, per semester, to a Criminal Justice Major with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Student must be enrolled in their second semester (12 credits completed) at Quincy College and preferably from the town of Holbrook. If there isn’t a student from the town of Holbrook, another student, who fulfills the other set of criteria is acceptable.
Ronald Goodman Scholarship: $500 – Houghs Neck /Germantown Resident
This $500 scholarship is awarded to two students from either the Hough’s Neck or Germantown sections of Quincy. They must be currently enrolled in either the Liberal Arts or Natural Sciences programs with the highest GPA among applicants.
Mark Bertman – $1000 – Community service
This $1000 scholarship will be awarded to a student with a 3.0 GPA or above who is engaged in a Quincy College extracurricular program.
Quincy College Trust Scholarship (2) $1000 – Full-time Student
A $1000 scholarship will be awarded to two full-time students (enrolled in 4 courses, 12 credits) one from Quincy and one from Plymouth with a 3.0 GPA or above.
John Curry Scholarship: $500 – Business Major
A $500 award granted to a business major with a 3.0 GPA or above.
Quincy Women’s Network: (2) $1500 – Female Student
The Quincy Woman’s Network Scholarship of $1500 is awarded to 2 female students who are enrolling or are enrolled at Quincy College. Intended for women who are using education as a way to position themselves for success.
Hume Scholarship Fund: $500 – All Students
This scholarship of $500 is awarded to a single parent.
Commissioner William Gross Scholarship: $1000 – Criminal Justice Major
This scholarship will be awarded to a criminal justice major enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits in the fall semester and is in good academic standing.
College Courses Inc. General Scholarship Fund: (30) $1000 – All Students
Thirty – $1000 scholarships will be awarded to applicants in good academic standing. Awards will be selected by the scholarship committee.
Quincy College Nursing Scholarships
The Quincy College Nursing Scholarship application deadlines are as follows:
- The Early Action Deadline is Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
- The Regular Decision Deadline is Friday, May 17, 2019.
To be Eligible Students Must:
- Be accepted and enrolled full time in the Quincy College Nursing Program Fall 2019
- Complete and submit an application with required essay by May 1st or May 17th of 2019
All Nursing Scholarship applicants must have submitted a Nursing Program Application. Upon submitting a Nursing Program Application you will receive your Quincy College Student ID (if you do not already have one) which will allow you to apply for a Nursing Scholarship.
Scholarship Recipients will be notified upon acceptance to the Nursing Program.
Scholarship funds will be applied to student accounts in the Fall 2019 (unless stated differently by individual scholarship criteria).
If you have any questions feel free to contact Tina Cahill at Tcahill@quincycollege.edu
Scholarship Search Engines
Let scholarships come to you! Use the below scholarship search engines to find scholarships based on your information.
External Scholarship Opportunities
All Nursing Schools – https://www.allnursingschools.com/articles/nursing-scholarships/
American Legion Department of Massachusetts – masslegion.org
Dr. Pepper Tuition – http://www.drpeppertuition.com
Nursing Scholarships – https://www.scholarships.com/financial-aid/college-scholarships/scholarships-by-major/nursing-scholarships/
Order Sons of Italy – osiama.org
Rankin Foundation – www.rankinfoundation.org
Scholarship America – www.scholarshipamerica.org
Scholarship Guidance –scholarshipguidance.com
Single Parent Alliance of America – www.spaoa.org
Surety Bonds Scholarships – www.suretybonds.com/scholarships
Women’s Scholarships and Financial Aid – http://www.learnhowtobecome.org/college/financial-aid-for-women/
Scholarships for International Students
International students are not eligible for financial aid. However, they may be able to apply for some scholarships. If students need to obtain financial aid or an international scholarship the best place to look is your home country. Student loans and scholarships may be available from your government, local businesses, organizations and foundations.
Other resources may be international humanitarian organizations that want to promote international education and cultural exchange with the U.S. Included in these organizations are the United Nations, the World Health Organization, the League of Red Cross Societies and the World Council of Churches. Financial aid and scholarships from these organizations are very competitive, so start the search early. Please exercise caution in your search as Quincy College will not be held liable for the contents of the below websites and does not endorse scholarship search engines for which there is a fee.
Below are some links for websites that may provide some additional information:
• internationalscholarships.com is an online financial aid resource for international students wishing to study in a foreign country.
• internationalstudentloan.com provides access to loans for non-U.S. students wishing to study in the USA, U.S. citizens studying abroad, and Canadian citizens studying abroad. Its sister site, internationalstudentinsurance.com, is also a valuable resource for globally mobile students.
• The International Education Financial Aid Page – http://www.iefa.org/ features a searchable list of grants, scholarships and loan programs for international students.
• eduPASS, The Smart Student Guide to Studying in the U.S. –http://www.edupass.org/finaid/ provides excellent articles, charts and links about financing college.
• fundingusstudy.org is a database of scholarships, fellowships and grants organized and maintained by the Institute of International Education (IIE).
• The Fulbright Program – http://www.cies.org/Fulbright_programs.htm provides funds for students, scholars and professionals to undertake graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools. Established in 1946, Fulbright aims to increase mutual understanding between the peoples of the United States and other countries, through the exchange of persons, knowledge and skills.
• Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation – https://www.rotary.org/en/about-rotary/rotary-foundation administer a broad range of humanitarian and educational programs designed to improve the human condition, world understanding and peace. Learn more about Rotary’s Ambassadorial Scholarships, Grants for University teachers and World Peace Scholarships for study at their Centers for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution.
• The Foundation Center – foundationcenter.org is an online resource devoted to foundations that fund individuals. The site also features a section for international grant seekers!
• The Soros Foundation Network – http://www.soros.org/ supports the development of an open society through funding specific educational opportunities around the world.
• The Academy for Educational Development – http://www.aed.org/ is committed to solving critical social problems throughout the world through education, social marketing, research, training, policy analysis and innovative program design and management.
• Mobility International USA – http://www.miusa.org/ offers a top-notch Financial Aid Resource Sheet for people with disabilities. The organization empowers disabled people around the world through international exchange, information, technical assistance and training.
Scholarships for Military and Veteran Students
For the most up-to-date information on scholarship opportunities for Military and Veteran Students, please contact Karen Connick, Military & Veterans’ Services Specialist via (617) 405-5928 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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