Merit scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement to full-time, first-year and transfer students seeking degrees. Students are notified of their eligibility by the Office of Undergraduate Admission at the time of their acceptance. The designation of a merit scholarship is determined at the time of admission and remains in effect for up to four years of undergraduate study, provided the student maintains the minimum renewal requirements.

Renewal of all merit awards is contingent upon full-time undergraduate enrollment and achievement of specific cumulative GPA requirements. Merit scholarships are not eligible for appeals.

  • Alumni Scholarship

    Through the years, Regis has found that many of its best students have enrolled at the university because of the influence of its alumni. Recognizing this contribution, Regis would like to encourage alumni to continue the practice of recommending students to Regis. As an incentive, the university has established the Alumni Scholarship, a $2,000 scholarship, awarded to incoming students and renewable on a three-year basis.

    Eligibility Criteria

    1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 recalculated by the Regis Undergraduate Admission Office.
    2. Apply for admission as a first-year student no later than January 7, 2022.
    3. Be nominated by an alumna/us of Regis College (excluding parents, siblings or grandparents) by January 7, 2022.

    Alumni Scholarship nomination form

  • Boston Latin Academy Scholarship

    Each year, Regis awards scholarships to three graduating seniors of Boston Latin Academy who have applied and been accepted to Regis. These $5,000 scholarships are awarded to students with strong academic records, interest in community service, and demonstrated need for financial assistance. The scholarship is renewable annually, contingent upon maintaining a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and continued financial need.

    To be considered for the scholarship after acceptance, students need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which will determine financial need.

    Nominations and admission application must be submitted by February 1, 2022.

    Boston Latin Academy Scholarship nomination form

  • Connors Scholarship

    In the spirit of the generosity of Mr. Jack Connors, Regis College is proud to offer a four year, full-tuition scholarship to one member of the incoming class that has an affiliation with a Boston area services organization. Preference is given to applicants who have an affiliation to Camp Harbor View as a counselor or camper.

    Eligibility

    1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 recalculated by the Regis Undergraduate Admission Office.
    2. Apply for admission as a first-year student no later than February 1, 2022.
    3. Have an affiliation with a Boston area services organization, specifically as an active participant or volunteer.
    4. Must be nominated by someone within the service organization by February 1, 2022.
    5. Plan to be a residential student (living on campus).
    6. Students applying for the Regis Fast Track three-year program are not eligible for this scholarship.

    Application Timeline

    1. In February 2022, the Connors Scholarship Committee will make an initial selection of eligible students based on their recommendation, admission application, and association affiliation.
    2. Members of the Connors Scholarship Committee will interview (in-person or virtually) selected students
    3. The Connors Scholarship committee will make a final selection for the scholarship based on academic achievement, admission application materials, interview, the Connor Scholarship nomination form, and extracurricular involvement in a Boston area service organization.

    Connors Scholarship nomination form

  • Diverse Educators Scholarship

    The Regis College Diverse Educator (RDE) Scholarship is a full-tuition, four-year (fall and spring semester) undergraduate scholarship for residential students committed to the field of education and to serving underrepresented populations in education. RDE recipients must live on campus, maintain good academic status, and remain full-time students. The RDE is available to recipients no more than eight (8) semesters of undergraduate study. RDE recipients will convene throughout the academic year and participate in ongoing co-curricular activities. For specific application information, please contact Dr. Laura Bertonazzi at laura.bertonazzi@regiscollege.edu or Dr. Dariel DT Henry at dariel.henry@regiscollege.edu.

    Eligibility

    1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 recalculated by the Regis Undergraduate Admission Office
    2. Apply for admission as a first-year student no later than February 1, 2022.
    3. Have their principal, headmaster, guidance counselor, teacher, or academic advisor complete a recommendation form by February 1, 2022.
    4. Plan to be a residential student (living on campus).
    5. Students applying for the Fast Track three-year program are not eligible for this scholarship.
    6. Students must choose to complete a three to five page essay or a three to five minute video responding to the prompt below.
    Prompt for Essay or Video

    How will you use your Regis education degree to improve the field of education specifically for underrepresented student populations in your future classroom?

    Application Timeline

    1. In February 2022, the Diverse Educators Scholarship Committee will make an initial selection of eligible students based on their recommendation, admission application, and video/essay submission.
    2. Members of the Diverse Educators Scholarship Committee will interview (in-person or virtually) selected students.
    3. The Diverse Educators Scholarship committee will make a final selection for the scholarship based on academic achievement, admission application materials, interview, the Diverse Educators Scholarship nomination form, and the video/essay submission.

    Diverse Educators Scholarship nomination form

  • The Fung Scholars and Fellows Program at Regis College

    The Fung Scholars and Fellows Program at Regis College is a four-year (fall and spring semester) undergraduate scholarship for residential students who are citizens of Hong Kong or Mainland China. The value of this scholarship is an approximate 50% reduction in tuition, room and board. The scholarship also includes the fees associated with one service immersion trip through Regis College’s Center for Ministry and Service.

    The Common Application and recommendation form must be submitted by January 15, 2022 in order to be eligible for consideration.

    Fung Scholars and Fellows Program recommendation form

  • Mary Jane England ’59, MD President Emerita Scholarship

    The Mary Jane England ’59, MD President Emerita Scholarship was established in 2010 to honor former Regis president Mary Jane England ’59, MD, and her achievements in health and her innovative leadership. Scholarship awards range from $1,000 to $10,000.

    Please view the scholarship opportunity overview for more information about criteria for eligibility.

    Mary Jane England ’59, MD President Emerita Scholarship application information

  • Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship

    The Regis Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship is a four year, full-tuition scholarship for residential students. High-achieving graduating seniors from parochial high schools within the United States and Puerto Rico are eligible for this scholarship opportunity. Recipients are selected by our scholarship committee on the basis of their academic achievement, leadership ability, and dedication to community service.

    Eligibility

    1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.7 recalculated by the Regis Undergraduate Admission Office.
    2. Apply for admission as a first-year student no later than January 7, 2022.
    3. Have their principal, headmaster, guidance counselor, teacher, or academic advisor submit a nomination form by January 7, 2022.
    4. Plan to be a residential student (living on campus).
    5. Students applying for the Regis Fast Track three-year program are not eligible for this scholarship.
    6. Students must choose to complete a two to three page essay or a three to five minute video responding to the prompt below.
    Prompt for Essay or Video

    Regis was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston under the four core values of gracious hospitality, love and service of the Dear Neighbor without distinction, peaceful resolution of conflict, and care for all God’s creation. Describe what these values mean personally and how you live them in your daily life.

    Application Timeline

    1. In January 2022, the Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship Committee will make an initial selection of eligible students based on their recommendation, admission application, and video/essay submission.
    2. Members of the Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship Committee will interview (in-person or virtually) selected students.
    3. The Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship Committee will make a final selection for the scholarship based on academic achievement, admission application materials, interview, the Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship nomination form, and the video/essay submission.

    Presidential Catholic Schools Scholarship nomination form

  • Regis College Puerto Rico Dear Neighbor Scholarship

    The Regis College Puerto Dear Neighbor Scholarship is a full-tuition, four-year undergraduate scholarship for residential students who demonstrate the values of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston. These values include:

    • Gracious hospitality
    • Love and service of the Dear Neighbor without distinction
    • Peaceful resolution of conflict
    • Care for all God’s creation

    Eligibility

    1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.7 recalculated by the Regis Undergraduate Admission Office.
    2. Apply for admission as a first-year student no later than February 1, 2022.
    3. Have their principal, headmaster, guidance counselor, teacher, or academic advisor complete a nomination form by February 1, 2022.
    4. Plan to be a residential student (living on campus)
    5. Students applying for the Regis Fast Track three-year program are not eligible for this scholarship.
    6. Students must choose to complete a two to three page essay or a three to five minute video responding to the prompt below.
    Prompt for Essay or Video

    Regis was founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston under the four core values of gracious hospitality, love and service of the Dear Neighbor without distinction, peaceful resolution of conflict, and care for all God’s creation. Describe what these values mean personally and how you live them in your daily life.

    Application Timeline

    1. In February 2022, the Puerto Rico Dear Neighbor Scholarship Committee will make an initial selection of eligible students based on their recommendation, admission application, and video/essay submission.
    2. Members of the Puerto Rico Dear Neighbor Scholarship Committee will interview (in-person or virtually) selected students.
    3. The Puerto Rico Dear Neighbor Scholarship Committee will make a final selection for the scholarship based on academic achievement, admission application materials, interview, the Puerto Rico Dear Neighbor Scholarship nomination form, and the video/essay submission.

    Puerto Rico Dear Neighbor Scholarship nomination form

  • Sloane Scholarship

    The Sloane Scholarship is a four year, full-tuition undergraduate scholarship available to one member of the incoming first-year class entering into Regis College's Sloane School of Business and Communication.

    Eligibility

    1. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 recalculated by the Regis Undergraduate Admission Office.
    2. Apply for admission as a first-year student no later than February 1, 2022.
    3. Have their principal, headmaster, guidance counselor, teacher, or academic advisor complete a nomination form by February 1, 2022.
    4. Plan to be a residential student (living on campus)
    5. Students applying for the Regis Fast Track Three-Year Program are not eligible for this scholarship.
    6. Students must choose to complete a three to five page essay or a three to five minute video responding to the prompt below.
    Prompt for Essay or Video

    Regis was founded by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston under the four core values of gracious hospitality, love and service of the Dear Neighbor without distinction, peaceful resolution of conflict, and care for all God’s creation. Address how you will use your degree from the Regis College Sloane School of Business and Communication as well as the values of the Sisters of St. Joseph to improve the field of business as a future leader.

    Application Timeline

    1. In February 2022, The Sloane Scholarship Committee will make an initial selection of eligible students based on their recommendation, admission application, and video/essay submission.
    2. Members of the Sloane Scholarship Committee will interview (in-person or virtually) selected students.
    3. The Sloane Scholarship committee will make a final selection for the scholarship based on academic achievement, admission application materials, interview, the Sloane Scholarship nomination form, and the video/essay submission.

    Sloane Scholarship nomination form