Boston University Scholarships

Boston University Women’s Council

Awarded to women enrolled in a full-time graduate degree program in any of the schools or colleges within Boston University, who have completed one year of graduate studies at the University and who anticipate completing their master’s degree within two years or their doctorate within five years.  Updated: 6/24/14.

Boston University Women’s Guild

Awarded to women age 30 and over who are enrolled in University graduate programs.  Updated: 6/24/14.

Community Scholars Program

Up to ten half-tuition scholarships are awarded annually to MPH degree candidates (dual degree candidates are NOT eligible) with at least two years of experience and currently employed, on a full-time basis, in a public health-related nonprofit organization or government agency.  Community Scholars must remain employed and pursue their MPH on a part-time basis.  These awards are only given in the fall semester for new/incoming students, but first semester (spring-start MPH) students may apply for their first fall semester.  Updated: 6/24/14.

Delta Dental Scholarship

Awarded to continuing DMD students in good academic standing and who are U.S. citizens or legal residents.  Recipients must agree to practice dental medicine full-time in Massachusetts in a dentally or medically underserved area, or to teach full-time in an academic setting for a limited period of time.  You may contact Joseph Swan, Administrative Coordinator, Global & Population Health, (617) 638-4056.  Updated: 6/27/14.

Martin Luther King Jr. Fellowship

Available to U.S. citizens, new to Boston University, who start graduate studies in any department or school at BU.  It provides a scholarship for full-time tuition at the GRS rate plus the Student Services and Health & Wellness fees, a stipend for living expenses, and BU basic health insurance.  Students are nominated by their Admissions Department and can request consideration by contacting that department.  Updated: 6/26/14.

Whitney M. Young, Jr. Fellowship

Open to entering and continuing graduate students who are U.S. citizens and who have displayed academic proficiency in a field related to race relations or urban problems.  It provides a scholarship for full-time tuition at the GRS rate plus the Student Services and Health & Wellness fees, a stipend for living expenses, and BU basic health insurance.  Updated: 6/26/14.

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