Scholarships, Grants & Loans
Institutional Scholarships and Grants
Bay State College offers institutional grants to students enrolled in the Day Division. Funds are limited, so be sure to apply by the priority deadline of March 31st each year. International students are only eligible for the International Award.
Institutional Scholarships are disbursed on the 60th day of the fall and spring semesters, unless otherwise noted. Prior to disbursement, amounts are adjusted to reflect the current enrollment status. If a student’s account is past due or the GPA is below the minimum requirement, the awards are forfeited. Awards are prorated for less than full time enrollment.
Bay State Scholarship (Day Division Only)
Awarded to full time students, prorated if 9-11 credits. Amounts vary by program.
Louis F. Musco Award
This award is presented to the first year student who combines good scholastic ability with outstanding college participation. The funds are applied to the student’s second year at Bay State College. Recipients of this award must be full-time for the entire academic year.
George J. Brennan Jr. Award
This award is presented to the student who has attained the highest academic GPA during their first year at the college. The funds are applied to the student's second year at Bay State College. Recipients of this award must be full time for the entire academic year.
Yellow Ribbon Match
Bay State College matches the VA Yellow Ribbon portion of Veterans benefits.
Federal and State Grants, Scholarships, Loans and Work Study Programs
There are many federal and state grants and scholarships available to prospective students. Specific information and the application process may be obtained at the Office of Financial Aid. Completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, (FAFSA), is required annually for consideration of most federal and state financial aid programs.
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
- Federal Work Study Program
- Massachusetts State Scholarship Program
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Direct Federal Stafford Loan
- Direct Federal Plus Loan
- Private Alternative Student Loans