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BS in Psychology

Up to $2,000 Scholarship ($100 discount per course)

New third-year Fall 2023 Business Management Students with:
• Incoming GPA of 2.5 or above, AND
• 60 credits accepted for transfer into a baccalaureate program

 


BS in Computer Science

Up to $2,000 Scholarship ($100 discount per course)

New third-year Fall 2023 Business Management Students with:
• Incoming GPA of 2.5 or above, AND
• 60 credits accepted for transfer into a baccalaureate program

 


BS in Business Management

Up to $2,000 Scholarship ($100 discount per course)

New third-year Fall 2023 Business Management Students with:
• Incoming GPA of 2.5 or above, AND
• 60 credits accepted for transfer into a baccalaureate program

 


Physical Therapist Assistant

$3,000 Scholarship

All new Fall 2023 Physical Therapist Assistant students will be eligible for a first-year scholarship.

 

 


Associate in Nursing

$2,000 Scholarship: All new Fall 2023 Associate Degree Nursing students will be eligible for a scholarship.

 

 


Medical Laboratory Technician

$1,000 Scholarship

All new Fall 2023 Medical Laboratory Technician students will be eligible for a first-year scholarship.

 


Surgical Technician

$1,000 Scholarship

All new Fall 2023 Surgical Technician students will be eligible for a first-year scholarship.

 

 


Radiologic Technology

$2,000 Scholarship

All accepted and enrolled students will be eligible for a $2000 First Year Scholarship for AY 2023-2024 ($1,000 Spring 2024 and $1,000 Summer 2024)

 

 

 

 

Quincy College Scholarships for 2024-2025 Academic Year

Thank you for your interest in the 2024-2025 Quincy College Scholarship. We are pleased that the Quincy College Trust offers a number of awards to current students who will be enrolled in Fall 2024.

Applications are due February 26, 2024.

The scholarship committee will review all applications and grant awards by March 25th based on scholarship criteria and complete application submissions.

To Apply:

  • Login to the QC Portal
  • Go to the Student Tab
  • Select Quincy College Scholarship Application 2024


To be eligible, students must:

• Have earned 12 credits at Quincy College by the end of the 2024 Spring Semester
• Plan on being enrolled in Fall 2024
• Complete the application below, including the essay.

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Scholarship funds will be applied to student accounts for the 2024 Fall Semester (unless stated otherwise by individual scholarship criteria).

If you have any questions please contact Colin Jackson at cjackson@quincycollege.edu.

 

Available scholarships include:

College Courses Inc. General Scholarship Fund: (40) $1,000 – All Students
Forty – $1000 scholarships will be awarded to applicants in good academic standing.

Mayor Thomas P. Koch Scholarship: (5) $1,000
Five $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to a Quincy resident.

President DeCristofaro Family Scholarship: (2) $1,000
A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to each two Quincy residents enrolled in the Human Services curriculum.

Thompson Family Scholarship: (10) $1,000
A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to each 10 Quincy College students based on merit and need.

RF Boston LLC Scholarship: (2) $1,000

Michael G. Bellotti Scholarship: (2) $1,000

Robert Hale Scholarship: (5) $1,000

South Shore Bank Scholarship: (1) $1,000

Harbor One Bank Scholarship: (1) $1,000

Abigail Mina ASN Nursing Scholarship: (1) $1,500

Bruce Muirhead Memorial Scholarships: (2) $1,000
A scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to each of two students selected by the Quincy College Scholarship Committee.

Dr. Pitts Fund (Chief Francis & Marjorie Mack) Scholarship: $1,000

Dr. Pitts Fund Business Scholarship: $1,500

Dr. Pitts Fund Computer Science Scholarship: $1,500

Dr. Pitts Fund Psychology Scholarship: $1,500

Francis Anselmo Scholarships: (2) $1,000
A scholarship of $1,000 will be awarded to each two full-time students with a GPA of 2.75 or higher entering their second year at Quincy College.

Hume Scholarship Fund: (2) $500 – All Students
A scholarship of $500 will be awarded to each two students who are single parents.

Laurie Kielmeyer Scholarship: $1,000

Ronald Goodman Scholarship: $500

Dr. Nicastro Learning Center Scholarship: $500

Rev. Hawker Scholarship: $500

Mastrocola Family Scholarship: $2,000
A $2,000 scholarship will be awarded to a nursing student iwho has earned the highest GPA among applicants.

Mark Bertman (2) $1,000 – Community service
A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to each of two students with a 3.0 GPA or above and who are engaged in a Quincy College extracurricular program.

William Gross Scholarship – (2) $1,000

Quincy College Trust Scholarship Plymouth – (1) $1,000

Quincy College Trust Scholarship Quincy – (1) $1,000

Anonymous FF Scholarship – (5) $1,000

FAMILY Movement – Against All Odds Scholarship – (2) $1,500

General Scholarship – (2) $2,000

Richard Kielmeyer Scholarship – $1,000

Awards will be granted based  scholarship criteria and completeness of application submissions; please be diligent in following instructions when applying, and be sure to submit the required essay.

Early College High School Pathway Scholarship

ECHS Pathway students receive a one-year, full tuition scholarship to Quincy College

At a symposium celebrating the successful first year of the Early College High School (ECHS) Pathway program – an innovative partnership between Quincy College and Quincy Public Schools – President Dr. Richard DeCristofaro presented each of the 40 high school seniors currently enrolled in the program with a one-year, full-tuition scholarship to Quincy College.

ECHS, a first-of-its-kind program in this region, is designed for the city’s high school students who may not actively be considering college.  It serves about 150 Quincy High and North Quincy High School students in grades 10 through 12 who tend to be first-generation, from low-income families, are English language learners, and/or have disabilities.  Those enrolled in the program earn college credit by taking a sequence of college courses taught by Quincy Public Schools instructors as a way to provide students the opportunity to experience post-secondary education while still in high school.  ECHS Pathway courses are aligned with Quincy College courses, and College faculty collaborates with the high school instructors to ensure that the courses are delivered as a college course would be.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Quincy Public School students celebrate at the Early College High School (ECHS) Pathway Symposium

“Any opportunity to expose our high school students to the benefits of a college education represents a win for our entire community,” said Dr. DeCristofaro. “Thanks to the generous support of the State Street Foundation, ECHS Pathway has brought Quincy College and Quincy Public Schools together to offer participating students a combination of academic and non-academic support, ongoing guidance, and college readiness techniques that are essential to their future success.  We look forward to welcoming many of this year’s ECHS Pathway seniors as first-year Quincy College students in the fall.”

State Street Foundation

Initial ECHS Pathway funding came in the form of a significant grant from the State Street Foundation, support which includes the cost of all student expenses as well as two new high school guidance counselors and two Quincy College “transition coaches” with responsibility for program implementation and oversight.

“The State Street Foundation is thrilled to provide the opportunity for so many students to see themselves as college-ready and college-bound,” said Joe McGrail, President of the State Street Foundation.  “We understand and value the incredible potential of the Early College High School Pathway and the opportunities that it provides to Quincy Public Schools’ students.”

 

Quincy High School College Transition Coach Eli Stewart shares a round moment with students.

Granite Telecommunications, HarborOne Bank and the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education have contributed additional financial support to the program.

“I am extremely proud of Quincy’s Early College High School Pathway program, which provides our high school students with the incredible opportunity to expand their academic horizons by earning up to 22 Quincy College credits prior to graduating high school,” said Kevin Mulvey, JD, Superintendent of Quincy Public Schools.  “Special thanks to Quincy College, a lead partner of the Quincy School-Community Partnership, for providing this educational opportunity.”

As part of the collaborative celebration symposium, held at the Boston Marriott Quincy, current ECHS Pathway students participated in a series of grade-specific breakout sessions featuring interactive discussions between students and professional staff; later, ECHS Pathway teachers attended their own separate breakout session focused on evaluating key elements of the program’s first year.


Scholarship Details

Quincy College is excited to be able to offer current Grade 12 ECHS Pathway students a full-tuition scholarship for the 2023-2024 academic year at Quincy College. Students who are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity should note the following:

  • This scholarship will cover the tuition, books, and fees (up to 24 credits maximum) for the 2023-2024 academic year at Quincy College.
  • Other costs will be the responsibility of the student.
  • All students must apply for Pell, SEOG, and Mass grants, through the FAFSA process. Please note that the ECHS Pathway Scholarship is intended to bridge the gap between any federal gift aid that a student receives and their tuition and fees.
  • Students must commit to completing their degree at Quincy College.
  • This scholarship excludes selective programs (For example Phlebotomy, Medical Lab Technology, Surgical Tech, Biotechnology, Physical Therapy, Nursing).
  • This scholarship applies to Quincy residents only.
  • This scholarship applies to U.S. citizens and green cardholders only.

Getting Started

Quincy College has a support team of staff to help you navigate the campus, and academic programs, and answer any other questions you may have about beginning at Quincy College. The ECHS College Transition Coaches and Quincy College team look forward to assisting you throughout this process and to being a part of this exciting new chapter.

North Quincy High School
Kara Bobrov
kbobrov@quincycollege.edu
617-984-1685

Quincy High School
Elyjah Stewart
estewart@quincycollege.edu 
617-405-5960

International Students Scholarships

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. 

Military & Veteran Students Scholarships

At this time we do have an institutional scholarship for Military & Veteran students however there are some great databases that you can search for outside scholarships and grants. I may take some time to apply, but the outcome could be well worth it.

National Resource Directory

Fast Web Scholarships

College Board Scholarship  

Plymouth Public Schools’ First Semester Scholarship

100% Free Tuition for Plymouth Public School Students for the first semester at Quincy College.

 

Incredible opportunity for Plymouth Public Schools’ students to make college more affordable.

Quincy College is excited to be able to offer current Grade 12 Plymouth Public Schools students a first-semester tuition scholarship for the 2023-2024 academic year at Quincy College. Students who are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity should note the following:

  • This scholarship will cover the tuition and fees (up to 12 credits maximum) for the Fall 2023 semester at Quincy College.
  • Books and other costs will be the responsibility of the student.
  • All students must apply for Pell, SEOG, and Mass grants through the FAFSA process. Please note that the Quincy College First Semester Scholarship is intended to bridge the gap between any federal gift aid that a student receives and their tuition and fees.
  • Students must commit to completing their degree at Quincy College.
  • This scholarship excludes selective programs (For example Phlebotomy, Medical Lab Technology, Surgical Tech, Biotechnology, Physical Therapy, Nursing).
  • This scholarship applies to Plymouth residents only.
  • This scholarship applies to U.S. citizens and green cardholders only.

 

Getting Started

Quincy College has a support team of staff to help you navigate the campus, and academic programs, and answer any other questions you may have about beginning at Quincy College. Cathie Maloney
cmaloney@quincycollege.edu
617-984-1660

 

Quincy Public Schools’ First Semester Scholarship

100% Free Tuition for QPS Students for the first semester at Quincy College.

Incredible opportunity for Quincy Public School’s students to make college more affordable.

Quincy College is excited to be able to offer current Grade 12 Quincy Public Schools’ (QPS) students with a first-semester tuition scholarship for the 2024-2025 academic year at Quincy College. Students who are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity should note the following:

  • This scholarship will cover the tuition and fees (up to 12 credits maximum) for the Fall 2024 semester at Quincy College.
  • Books and other costs will be the responsibility of the student.
  • All students must apply for Pell, SEOG, and Mass grants, through the FAFSA process. Please note that the Quincy College First Semester Scholarship is intended to bridge the gap between any federal gift aid that a student receives and their tuition and fees.
  • Students must commit to completing their degree at Quincy College.
  • This scholarship excludes selective programs (For example Phlebotomy, Medical Lab Technology, Surgical Tech, Biotechnology, Physical Therapy, Nursing).
  • This scholarship applies to Quincy residents only.
  • This scholarship applies to U.S. citizens and green cardholders only.

 

 

Getting Started

Quincy College has a support team of staff to help you navigate the campus, and academic programs, and answer any other questions you may have about beginning at Quincy College. The Quincy Public Schools’ high school guidance counselors and Quincy College team look forward to assisting you throughout this process.

North Quincy High School
Kara Bobrov
kbobrov@quincycollege.edu
617-984-1685

Quincy High School
Elyjah Stewart
estewart@quincycollege.edu 
617-405-5960

Scholarship Resources

Scholarship Search Engines

Let scholarships come to you! Use the below scholarship search engines to find scholarships based on your information.

College Scholarships – www.collegescholarships.org
Fastweb – www.fastweb.com
Scholarships – www.scholarships.com

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/

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