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Other scholarships

Use GCC’s simple scholarship application tracking form to easily manage all of your scholarship application information in one place. An organized scholarship search is an effective scholarship search!

Scholarship Application Tracker

Local scholarships

  • Lost Coin Women’s Fund

    The Lost Coin Women’s Fund Scholarship was set up to help women living in Massachusetts improve their quality of life by providing funds to assist in undergraduate studies or vocational training programs. See application for more details.

  • Agnes M. Lindsay Scholarship Application deadline: October 13, 2020

    The Agnes M. Lindsay Scholarship provides financial assistance to needy students from rural areas of Massachusetts (15,000 or fewer inhabitants), who wish to pursue higher education at public colleges and universities in the Commonwealth.

    Students must submit a completed application, plus a personal statement incorporating how living in a rural environment has influenced their college path. Application and personal statement must be returned to the GCC Financial Aid Office by October 13, 2020.

  • Jean Simmons Nursing Scholarship

    Annual scholarships for students in our Practical Nursing Certificate and Associate Degree Nursing programs, and nursing alumni who have been accepted into an accredited bachelor’s degree nursing (BSN) program. Deadlines in December, February, May and September.

Transfer Students

There are a variety of transfer scholarship opportunities available to Greenfield Community College students.

Scholarship search

The US Department of Labor offers a comprehensive scholarship search database through the Career One Stop web site. Use this site also to access valuable resources on career options, unique education and training opportunities, and job search information.

Cappex is a leader in providing comprehensive information for students and families on the college experience. Their scholarship search engine involves creating a user profile and then being matched with scholarship opportunities that fit your profile.

Visit StudentScholarshipSearch.com and use the “Scholarship Matcher” tool to identify scholarship opportunities that fit with your grade level, GPA, state of residency, gender, and ethnic heritage.

If you are currently or were previously in foster care, or adopted from foster care, use the guidebelow for comprehensive information on available scholarship and college financing opportunities.

Foster care scholarship guide

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