CONTACT THE GRADUATE ADMISSIONS & FINANCIAL AID OFFICE
FORMS & RESOURCES
Internal Revenue Service, Department of Treasury
1098-T Form – Visit the Student Accounting Services website for details
The scholarship search engines below can help you to find the scholarships that are most applicable to your strengths, interests, and skills.
- Internationalstudent.com-Resource website for international students looking for funding
- The College Board
- Federal Student Aid
- Fin Aid! Guide to Financial Aid
- Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA)
- Massachusetts Office of Student Financial Assistance
- Peterson’s College Quest
- The Wily Network– support services for youth with foster care experience
In addition, Questrom Financial Aid updates the list below as we are made aware of scholarships that may be applicable to some or all of our students. This list is not comprehensive but can also be a good place to start your search.
Green scholarships for college students– Offers a list of scholarships for those who will dedicate their career to reducing pollution, focusing on recycling and conserving energy
Golden Key Scholarships– Golden Key offers unique scholarships, awards and grants to members, alumni and advisors all over the world.
Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program – The Ritchie-Jennings Memorial Scholarship Program is available to students who are studying accounting, business administration, finance, or criminal justice. Students must also express an interest in fraud examination or a similar anti-fraud profession in order to be eligible. Applicants must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 semester hours.
FINCAD Women in Finance Scholarship Program – The FINCAD women in Finance Scholarship Program offers an annual award of $10,000 to support a woman student of graduate study in the field of finance, particularly relating to the use of derivatives in capital markets and/or financial risk management. The scholarship is open to women of any age and citizenship.
Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship – The GFOA’s Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship of $9,000 is available for award to an upper-division undergraduate or graduate student of public administration, (governmental) accounting, finance, political science, economics, or business administration (with a specific focus on government or nonprofit management)