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Bay Path University's scholarships and grant programs strive to make enrollment possible for all academically qualified students.
For Students in the MS in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy and MS in Strategic Fundraising Programs
Graduate students enrolled in the MS in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy and Strategic Fundraising & Philanthropy degree programs who are employed full-time at a nonprofit organization (as designated by the IRS tax code 501 (c) (3), 501 (c), (4), or 501 (c), (6)) may apply for this need based scholarship. Students must be enrolled at least part-time and complete an application certifying they are employed at a nonprofit agency/company. Click Here to download the application.
For students in the MSEd in Special Education and MS in Applied Behavior Analysis
To town employees based on available space and application eligibility. Graduate degree program: $5,000 grant provided for up to two full-time students annually in the Special Education or Applied Behavior Analysis program.
For Bay Path University traditional undergraduate students
As part of Bay Path University Education Stimulus Plan, this grant is for traditional undergraduates to continue their education at the University and earn a Master’s degree.
Residential College undergraduate students who entered prior to Fall 2015: Are eligible for up to $10,000 ($2,500 per year of full time undergraduate enrollment). This grant may be used toward any current Master's program with the exception of the following: Master in Occupational Therapy, Master of Occupational Therapy Bridge Program, Occupational Therapy Doctorate, MS in Genetic Counseling, MS in Physician Assistant Studies, MS in Applied Behavior Analysis, and all Master of Science in Education programs. Eligibility is for students who attend Bay Path as a full-time traditional undergraduate.
Residential College undergraduate students who enrolled Fall 2015 and in the future: Will be awarded $1,000 for each year attended at Bay Path up to a maximum award of $4,000. This grant may be used toward any current Bay Path Master's program with the exception of the following: Master in Occupational Therapy, Master of Occupational Therapy Bridge Program, Occupational Therapy Doctorate, MS in Genetic Counseling, and the MS in Physician Assistant Studies. Eligibility is for students who attend Bay Path as a full-time traditional undergraduate.
Students must enroll into a qualifying graduate program within 17 months of completion of their undergraduate degree. A standard graduate school application must be submitted. Students enrolled part-time or full-time as a graduate student are eligible. Students are eligible for the grant for a two year period and cannot qualify for any other Bay Path Scholarships. Eligibility is not need-based; however, if student is receiving tuition reimbursement, the scholarship amount will be limited. Tuition reimbursement funding will be applied first towards tuition. The amount of the grant will be applied against tuition.