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.
High school students compete for a four-year scholarship starting at the end of their junior year of high school by going to www.goarmy.com/rotc to complete a scholarship application. Applicants must apply by January 1st of their senior year of high school.
An applicant who wishes to attend Endicott and try to earn a scholarship once here can do so but can only compete for a two- or three-year scholarship.
Applicants will compete for four-year, three-year, or two-year full tuition scholarships. ROTC scholarships include books and fees, as well as a monthly stipend that ranges from $300 to $500. 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. For additional information, call 978-232-2264.