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Endicott College requires students to complete the FAFSA as well as Endicott’s own financial aid application in order to be considered for need-based awards. Both applications must be completed annually.

In addition to merit and need-based scholarships and grants that are available, there are also  loans and the federal work-study program to help students pay for Endicott College. Student employment is not only available through federal work-study programs, but there are also additional limited employment opportunities for students who do not qualify for federal work-study awards. There are many Endicott College Scholarships that students can be considered for as well as the ROTC Scholarship.

Endicott College offers students a variety of internship programs. While internships are generally unpaid, there are some employers who will pay students in addition to providing them with internship opportunities. These details can be worked out with the company (not Endicott).

Endicott College works to facilitate additional scholarship opportunities to its students through the scholarship bulletin board. This online bulletin board is packed with lists of outside scholarship websites and additional scholarship opportunities for students to consider with varying application requirements, eligibility factors, and due dates.


The Financial Aid website at Endicott College provides a Net Price Calculator for students to plan their educational expenses. There is access to specific loan-related FAQs and financial aid-related FAQs. Endicott College helps students and families with the convenient Tuition Management System payment plan to help with money management and budgeting their education.

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