Click the link below for descriptions and requirements of some of the generous scholarship opportunities available for Massasoit students.
Start by logging in through your MyMassasoit account and filling out the General Scholarship Application.
Massasoit Transfer Scholarships
These scholarships are available to Massasoit students planning to transfer to other colleges and universities.
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Other outside scholarships available to Massasoit students:
Caribbean Heritage Association Scholarship
A non-profit, community service organization offering 2, $800 scholarships.
Dumond’s Scholarship for the Arts
This $1000 scholarship is for students pursuing a degree in the Arts who show dedication to their craft and a desire to achieve excellence in their field of study.
Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund
Available for students with 2 years experience working at a Massachusetts Golf Course as a caddie, in the pro shop or in the course superintendent field.
GM Women’s Retail Network Scholarship
The GM Women’s Retail Network Scholarship program is designed to encourage more women to consider and pursue a career in automotive retail with the ultimate goal of increasing the number of women assuming key management roles in automobile dealerships. Please visit www.gmsac.com for more information.
John Learnard Legacy Scholarship
Good Samaritan Medical Center offering 3, $1000 scholarships.
Kelly & Soto Scholarship
The Kelly & Soto Law Scholarship Program is designed to help high school seniors and college students who are attending an institution of higher learning. With combined scholarship grants worth $1,500, we are enthusiastic to provide students a chance to further their education as we recognize its value as a vital foundation for the creation and fulfillment of advantageous careers.
Mary Anderson Memorial Scholarship
The AAUW Taunton Area Branch is offering a $500 Mary Anderson Memorial Scholarship for college students. Applicants must be graduates of a high school in Southeastern Massachusetts who will be entering the junior or senior year of college in the fall of 2017 with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0, and a commitment to improving the lives of women and girls.