The Edwards Scholarship Fund

Only students domiciled within the city limits of Boston, Massachusetts, since, at least, the begining of the junior year in high school are eligible. Scholarships are available for students about to enter college, undergraduate and graduate students. Undergraduates receive preference and applicants must be under twenty-five years of age. Scholarships may be used at any accredited school or college. Students must maintain, at least, a "C"/2.0 average and present evidence of financial need.



After submitting an application, first time applicants must come to the Edwards Scholarship Office for an interview. The application deadline is March 1st. Seniors in Boston public and area parochial schools may get applications directly from their guidance offices in late October. Boston METCO students may get applications from their METCO Coordinators. College students may call the Edwards Scholarship Office to request applications.

Students may not receive scholarship aid for more than six years.

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