Scholarships and Grants
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Wheelock College offers a number of scholarships and grants to undergraduate students, ranging from grant funds awarded based on the eligibility of your FAFSA (Federal Application for Federal Student Aid) to Wheelock merit scholarships based on specific criteria. Outside scholarships (from companies, non-profit organizations, high schools, and other entities) have their own application processes and eligibility requirements. In addition, eligible students can access a variety of federal and state scholarships and grants to help make college affordable.
If you are an international student (non-citizen), financial aid is generally limited to institutional merit scholarships provided by Wheelock College and outside scholarships obtained by you through private sources. Need-based scholarships are part of financial aid, which is unavailable to international students.
Click on the links to learn more about your many scholarship and grant options.
Wheelock Scholarships and Grants:
For First-Year Students
For Transfer Students
For International First-Year and Transfer Students
For Returning Students
City Year Scholarships
Passion for Action Scholarships
Tuition Exchange Program & Council of Independent Colleges (CIC)
Wheelock College Scholarships and Grants
Wheelock College offers the following scholarships and grants to incoming first-year students. To be considered for scholarships, applications must be completed by the priority deadline—there is no separate application for merit scholarships.
Wheelock is committed to partnering with families to make a private education affordable and any first year student that does not qualify for a scholarship is eligible to receive a $12,000 Fenway Grant. First-year students from outside of Massachusetts who have never attended college before will also receive a $2,000 travel grant.
Please note that eligibility for scholarships is based on the grades and SAT scores that we have on file at the time the admissions decision is made. Grade point averages are all recalculated on a 4.0 scale based on Wheelock's own methodology.
SAT and/or ACT Requirement*
|Merit Scholarship||$17,000||3.0||SAT: 1100 or above
ACT: 24 or above
|Merit Scholarship||$15,000||3.0||SAT: 1000 or above
ACT: 21 or above
|Dean's Scholarship||$13,000||2.8||SAT: 900 or above
ACT: 19 or above
*SAT requirements combine the critical reading and math scores. All of the scholarships are renewable for the four years you attend Wheelock, provided you maintain a 3.0 G.P.A. for merit scholarships or a 2.0 G.P.A. for Dean's Scholarship and full-time enrollment. Scholarship recipients will be notified when they receive their acceptance packet.
Wheelock College offers merit scholarships of $7,000 to $12,500. To be considered for scholarships, applications must be completed by the June 1 deadline—there is no separate application for merit scholarships.To be considered for the scholarship, completed applications need to be submitted by the June 1 deadline—there is no separate application for merit scholarships. Please note that eligibility is based on the grades and transcripts we have on file at the time your admissions decision is made.
|Scholarship||College G.P.A.||Scholarship Amount|
|Dean's Scholarship||3.5 or higher||$12,500|
|Dean's Scholarship||3.2 - 3.49||$11,000|
|Dean's Scholarship||3.0 - 3.19||$9,000|
|Dean's Scholarship||2.8 - 2.99||$7,000|
The merit scholarship is renewable while you pursue your Bachelor's degree at Wheelock, provided you maintain a 2.0 GPA and continuous full-time enrollment. Scholarship recipients are notified when they receive their acceptance letter.
Wheelock supports students from throughout the globe through merit scholarship awards. First-year international students are eligible to receive merit scholarships of $7,000-14,000/year, while international transfer students may receive merit scholarships of $5,000-10,000/year.
Returning students are guaranteed to receive the same amount of merit award money that they did their first year at Wheelock as long as they maintain the minimum standards for the award.