A student’s eligibility is based on financial need, timeliness of application, academic achievement, enrollment status, and degree level. Eligibility for financial aid is determined from the information a family provides on their financial aid applications and supporting materials. This information is applied to a federal calculation to determine what the student and family can reasonably expect to contribute toward education for one year. This expected family contribution (EFC) is subtracted from the cost of attendance (COA) to determine the family’s financial need.
The financial aid award is based on financial need, the university’s resources, federal, state, and institutional policies. A financial aid package may consist of scholarships, grants, loans, and/or work programs. Scholarships and grants are gift aid; they do not need to be repaid. Loans are legal obligations and must be repaid, either immediately or in the future, depending on the terms of the loan.
Full-time undergraduate students who are residents of Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, or Vermont may be eligible for a state grant. Students should contact their state agency for eligibility requirements and application processes
This grant is funded by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and offered by Regis College to Massachusetts residents. To qualify, you must meet financial need and other eligibility requirements established by the Commonwealth. Priority is given to Federal Pell Grant recipients.