A number of scholarships are available to MCC students planning to transfer from MCC to bachelor’s degree programs. Questions about these external transfer scholarships should be directed to Diane Parcella, Transfer Counselor, firstname.lastname@example.org, 781-280-3628 or to Jane Fain, Transfer Counselor, email@example.com, 978-656-3266:
Each year the New England Transfer Association awards several $1,000 scholarships to students transferring from NETA affiliated community colleges to NETA affiliated Baccalaureate institutions.
- Must be slated to receive an Associate’s degree by the end of the summer 2014 term.
- Plans to transfer to a NETA-affiliated, four-year institution beginning in fall 2014.
- Demonstrates consistent academic performance with a minimum 3.25 cumulative grade point average.
- Has successfully completed a minimum of 30 semester credit hours at MCC at the time of application.
- Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or better
- Be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
- Associate Degree from a Massachusetts Community College
- Students must have at least 57 transferable credits
- Complete 45 credits from a Massachusetts Community College
- Plan to attend UMass Amherst during the day
- Complete the admission process to UMass Amherst
*Send scholarship application and official transcripts directly to UMass Amherst by date pending.
Award: $2,500-$5,000 per year for full time students or prorated for part time.
- The UMASS BOSTON Foster Furcolo Scholarship was established to honor Foster Furcolo who served as governor of Massachusetts from 1957 to 1960. He was instrumental in the creation of the system of public community colleges in the Commonwealth.
- This is a two-year scholarship covering tuition and most mandatory fees to one graduate of each public community college in Massachusetts.
- The attached application and the required documents listed in it should be sent to a Transfer Counselor located in the Academic Career & Transfer Center in either the Bedford or Lowell by March 25, 2014.
- Eligibility requirements are listed on the application form.
UMASS Dartmouth Chancellor’s Transfer Merit Scholarship
- Eligible students are those who are graduating from a two-year college (public or private)
- 3.5 or better Grade Point Average
- Associate Degree completed by the fall semester of their matriculation
- Scholarship is renewable for up to six semesters as long as students complete 18 credits a year and maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average
- Application for admissions and subsequent acceptance to UMD will automatically allow students to be considered. Recipients are selected by an Admissions Committee.
UMass Lowell Transfer Scholarship
UMass Lowell is proud to award the UMass Lowell Transfer Scholarship, an In-State scholarship, to a select number of the most academically qualified admitted transfer students from within the state of Massachusetts.
- In-State residency required
- Minimum GPA of 3.00
- 15 earned transfer credits
- Application not required
Renewal criteria: 3.0 GPA; full-time status; maximum six semesters
For additional information on UMass Lowell Scholarship opportunities please go to:
Charter Oak Transfer Scholarship for Community College Graduates
Amount of award: $1,000 Community College Transfer Scholarship Application (PDF)
- Demonstrated interest and success in online learning
- Completion of 6 or more credits through online courses
- Accepted at Charter Oak State College - application and credentials on file
- Overall grade point average: 2.7
- Nominated by an instructor, counselor or administrator at the attending community college
- Provide a short essay on the benefits of online learning
Application Deadline: May 1, 2014
Awards Announced: May 15, 2014
Complete the attached application and supporting documents and fax to Admissions at (860) 760-6047.
The nomination should be sent by the nominator in a separate email.
The scholarship will be applied toward tuition and fees upon matriculation.
For further information on transfer scholarships, visit an Academic Planning Center or call to be connected to an academic counselor at 1-800-818-3434.