Scholarships & Grants

» Becker Family Grant
» D. Llewellyn Evans Scholarship
» Ebenezer Crafts Scholarships
» MassGrant
» Merit Awards
» Federal Pell Grants
» Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
» The George I. Alden Scholarships
» The George F. and Sybil H. Fuller Scholarships
» Gilbert Grant
» Mother Prosser Opportunity Fund
» The Robert and Marie Cousy Scholarship
» Travelli Scholarship

Becker Family Grant

A 10 percent tuition discount is granted to all students when two or more from the same family are full-time students in Becker's day division. Details on eligibility and awarding are available from the Office of Financial Aid.

D. Llewellyn Evans Scholarship

Sponsored by the Becker College Alumni Association and named for a former long-time Becker faculty member, this award is given on the basis of need and academic achievement. Currently enrolled undergraduate day students apply during the spring semester. Awards usually range from $1,000 to $4,000 and are intended for use during the student's next academic year at Becker.

Ebenezer Crafts Scholarships

These awards are made to day division residents of the town of Leicester who have graduated from Leicester High School. Applicants must submit a letter of recommendation from a Leicester High School teacher or counselor to the Becker College Office of Financial Aid.


The MASSGrant is a grant assistance program funded by appropriations from the Massachusetts legislature. The MASSGrant program provides need-based financial assistance to full-time undergraduate students who reside in Massachusetts. All eligibility requirements are listed on

Merit Awards

Becker College Office of Admissions and Office of Financial Aid work together to offer merit scholarships based on, but not limited to, GPA and SAT scores. Students are reviewed for merit scholarships at time of acceptance to the undergraduate day division at Becker College.

Federal Pell Grants

Once you complete your FAFSA, awards through this federal program are based on financial need. Need is determined by the federal need calculation formula as well as student enrollment status.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant

Awards through this federal program are based on financial need as determined by the federal formula once you complete your FAFSA.

The George I. Alden Scholarships

Named for George Alden, a leading Worcester philanthropist, the scholarships are awarded by the college to students enrolled in day division baccalaureate degree
programs. Awards vary in size and are conferred based on academic achievement and financial need.

The George F. and Sybil H. Fuller Scholarships

Funded annually by the Fuller Foundation, these scholarships are awarded by the college to day division students of exceptional merit.

Gilbert Grant

A program of the Massachusetts Board of Regents of Higher Education, these are need-based awards are given to students from the state of Massachusetts.

Mother Prosser Opportunity Fund

Recipients are day division program students who have demonstrated the talent and ability to succeed academically, but who are not achieving to their full potential.

The Robert and Marie Cousy Scholarship

Boston Celtic Hall of Famer Bob Cousy and his wife Marie Cousy initiated this endowed scholarship to encourage underprivileged students to attend Becker College. The college awards these scholarships to residents of Worcester Housing Authority (WHA) properties who are full-time students in the day division. Applicants must submit an application, proof of residency and two letters of recommendation. The amount of the award varies to provide for full financial need. Cousy scholars are also eligible for summer employment/internships at the WHA.

Travelli Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded by the college through funds provided by the Charles Irwin Travelli Fund. Undergraduate day program recipients must demonstrate high financial need and a strong academic record.

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