Scholarships At Northeastern
Helping Pave the Way for Your Future
Our goal is to make students’ education more affordable. To achieve that, we offer a variety of need- and merit-based scholarship opportunities.
Prospective students and applicants who are interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree program may be eligible for:
Professional Advancement Scholarships — Scholarships are awarded to deserving students who have been admitted to a College of Professional Studies program. To be eligible for award, applicants must have earned a minimum of 40 transferable college credits and a 3.0 GPA. Awards typically range from $6,000 to $10,000.
Lowell Institute School Scholarships — Scholarships worth up to $10,000 are awarded to deserving students from New England who have been admitted into one of 11 qualifying Bachelor’s Completion programs. To be eligible for award, applicants must have earned a minimum of 20 transferable college credits and a 2.0 GPA.
- Community College Scholarships—Scholarships of up to $8,000 are awarded to students with a conferred associate degree from one of our partner community colleges at the time of admission. Applicants must have maintained at least a 2.5 GPA and submitted a completed FAFSA to the Northeastern Student Financial Services Office. A list of our partner community colleges can be found on our community college transfer page.
- Ruby Linn Foundation Scholarships for Servicemembers and Veterans—The Ruby Linn Scholarship is available for eligible servicemembers and veterans at Northeastern, with scholarship funds applicable to tuition or education-related expenses. Award amounts vary by student need and are renewable annually. Email [email protected] for instructions on applying for the Ruby Linn Scholarship.
Applicants selected for the above scholarships will receive a formal letter via email. Award value is divided throughout the academic year, as long as the student continues to meet the scholarship criteria.
Eligible students may receive a scholarship offer upon admission of a maximum of $10,000 which may include funding from one or more of the following: Community College Scholarship, Lowell Institute School Scholarship, and Professional Advancement Scholarship. Awards are based on the availability of funds, and meeting eligibility guidelines does not guarantee that a student will be offered a particular scholarship.