Other Sources of Aid
State Financial Aid Programs
State scholarships or grants are available from a number of state programs. Connecticut, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Vermont awarded funds that were used at Endicott. Eligible Massachusetts residents received grants of up to $1,700 for their educational expenses.
Private Loan Programs
Endicott College participates in many private loan programs. The Financial Aid Office assists parents in applying for these private loans. For more information, please go to Apply for a Loan.
Endicott College participates in an interest-free tuition payment plan to help make payment for college more convenient. Tuition Management Systems (TMS) offers an opportunity to make interest-free monthly tuition payments to pay all or a portion of your education expense balance. There is no credit review and only a small application fee to enroll. Please visit Payment Plan for more information.
Army ROTC scholarships are available on a competitive basis to qualified applicants. Two-year and three-year scholarships are available each year and are awarded on campus through the Professor of Military Science. Four-year scholarships are available through a national selection board. High school seniors may apply for four-year scholarships in conjunction with their application to Endicott. Army ROTC Scholarships pay full tuition and all mandatory fees, plus $1,200 for books and supplies each year. Recipients also receive a tax-free stipend ranging from $300 to $500 per month, based on an academic year. The scholarship is flexible, in that it may be used for both tuition and all mandatory fees or for room and board. Additionally, Endicott offers a room and board incentive for participating Army ROTC Cadets. This Endicott ROTC Scholarship will replace any previously awarded scholarships or grants that were offered by the college for the year in which the Endicott ROTC Scholarship is awarded.