Merit scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement to entering 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 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, per the merit award letter received at time of acceptance.

  • 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.

    Application and nomination forms are due November 15. Complete the 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.

    In order 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.

    Application and nomination form must be submitted by January 15 for scholarship consideration.

  • 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 Regis College class that has an affiliation with a Boston area services organization.

    More information about this opportunity may be found in the scholarship opportunity overview. An application and a nomination form must be submitted by January 1, 2019 in order for scholarship consideration.

  • Diverse Educators Scholarship

    The Regis College Diverse Educators Program honors the mission of Regis and its commitment to diversifying the education profession by offering a select group of undergraduate education students the opportunity to attend Regis through merit-based aid.

    To recommend a student, please fill out our diverse educator recommendation form.

    For specific application information, please contact Dr. Laura Bertonazzi at laura.bertonazzi@regiscollege.edu or Dr. Dariel DT Henry at dariel.henry@regiscollege.edu.

  • The Fung Scholars and Fellows Program at Regis College

    The Regis College Fung Scholarship 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 in order to be eligible for consideration.

  • Helena A. Callahan Scholarship

    This scholarship was established by a generous bequest from Helena A. Callahan ’31, a proud member of the first graduating class of Regis. The purpose of the Helena A. Callahan Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to a worthy young lady who is a member of the St. Thomas the Apostle Church, in Palmer, Massachusetts.

    Application and nomination form must be submitted by February 1 for scholarship consideration.

  • Leona and James Powers Scholarship

    The Leona and James Powers Scholarship Fund was established through a generous donation made by Mr. James Powers. Leona A. Powers '32 was very proud of her alma mater and both Mr. and Mrs. Powers were dedicated to the growth and long term stability of Regis. It was Mr. Powers' intention that the annual interest income from this bequest be used to fund annual scholarships to be given to residents of Arlington, Massachusetts, in memory of his loving wife.

    Criteria for Eligibility

    The Leona and James Powers Scholarship is to be awarded to a student, male or female, from the town of Arlington, Massachusetts. This student must be in good academic standing.

    Application must be submitted by February 1 for scholarship consideration. Scholarship will be awarded based upon financial need.

  • Presidential Catholic Scholarship

    The Regis Presidential Catholic 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 chosen by our scholarship committee on the basis of their academic achievement, leadership ability, and dedication to community service.

    Graduating seniors must be nominated by their high school principals or secondary school counselors. Nomination forms are distributed to schools via email and may be return to the Office of Undergraduate Admission at admission@regiscollege.edu, via fax at 781.768.7071 or printed and mailed to:

    Office of Undergraduate Admission
    Regis College
    235 Wellesley Street
    Weston, MA 02493

    The Common Application and all credentials must be submitted by November 15 in order to be eligible for consideration.

  • Sloane Scholarship

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

    In order to be eligible, students must be planning to live on campus and apply for undergraduate admission as a first-year student via early action no later than January 1, 2019.

    An application and recommendation form must be submitted by January 1 in order for scholarship consideration.