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Eastern Nazarene College understands the importance of affordability when considering higher education options. The college offers scholarships and grants in recognition of students’ academic achievements in addition to need-based support. A student’s financial aid award is offered upon acceptance to the college.

All incoming freshmen receive a merit scholarship based on their GPA and SAT/ACT scores. The SAT is based on a total score of Evidence-Based Reading & Writing (EBRW) and Math. The ACT is based on a total score of English, Reading, Math, and Science.

2020-21 Scholarships & Financial Aid
Full Tuition Munro Scholarship By application and invitation only.
$14,000 Presidents Scholarship Awarded to selected scholars who demonstrate academic excellence.
$12,000 Trustees Scholarship Awarded to selected scholars who demonstrate high academic achievement.
$10,000 Dean Scholarship Awarded to selected scholars who had demonstrated academic achievement, and leadership.
$5,000 Nazarene Scholarship Awarded to students based on involvement with the Church of the Nazarene.
$2,000 Dependent of Pastor or Missionary Scholarship Awarded to the dependent of full time pastors or missionaries. Must be indicated on application.
$1,000-$5,000 Endowed Scholarship Awarded based on need or donor directives.
$1,000 Alumni Dependent Scholarship Awarded to the dependents of ENC alumni. Must be indicated on application.
$3,000 QEP & BEP Scholarships Awarded to local residents of Boston, Quincy, Weymouth, Randolph, Milton and Braintree.
$1,000 Multiple Student Scholarship Awarded when two or more siblings attend ENC during the same academic year.
$500 Church Matching Scholarship ENC will match a scholarship check from a church of any denomination up to $500 once per year. The church must complete the Church Matching Form.
$500 International Board of Education (IBOE) of the Church of the Nazarene Scholarship Submission Deadline: February 15th, 2021

Who is eligible? The IBOE scholarships are only offered to undergraduate students. Being a member of a Nazarene Church is not a requirement, but special instructions regarding recommendation forms are given in some of the scholarship guidelines for those who are not Nazarene. Please read all the guidelines carefully so that you are familiar with the requirements.

  • These scholarships are based on financial need.
  • IBOE Scholarship awards are typically $500 and are based on financial need and academic excellence.
  • Only three recommendations are required for each applicant, even if the student applies for more than one scholarship.
  • Students must include their GPA to be considered. Incoming freshman can use their final high school GPA.

Scholarship notification emails will be sent in April to the student email address listed on the application. Every eligible applicant will receive an email sent to the email address provided on the application. (Students who were not eligible will not receive an email.)

For more details please contact brandyy.fernandes@enc.edu.

$250-$1,000 The Lion’s Scholarship First Step: Submit ALL application materials (including your FAFSA) by February 1st and receive a $250 Scholarship!

Second Step: After submitting ALL of your application materials, you would then submit your Enrollment Deposit by March 15th for your eligibility to receive a $1,000 Scholarship!

Recipients will be selected on April 1st!!


Institutional scholarships at Eastern Nazarene College can be applied only to tuition and may not generate a credit balance. Annual awards are distributed in two equal payments. Institutional scholarships require twelve credit hours each semester and are not awarded beyond eight full-time semesters. Scholarships are renewed in the fall semester of each academic year provided the student maintains the required GPA.

All eligible students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for institutional scholarships.

FAFSA ineligible students and international students must complete the International & FAFSA Ineligible Student Financial Aid Application to be considered for institutional scholarships.

If you need further assistance or have questions regarding our new student financial aid process, please contact us, sfs@enc.edu or  1-617-745-3712.

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