City Year is proud to partner with Wheelock College, a four-year, private institution that is focused on improving the lives of children and families through its programs in education, arts and sciences, social work, child life, and juvenile justice and youth advocacy, offering $15,000 tuition scholarships.
Since 1888, Wheelock College has been providing a transformational education to students passionate about making the world a better place -- especially for children and families. While most of our students elect to work in the helping professions of education, social work, child life, and juvenile justice and youth advocacy, many pursue, and make exceptional contributions to, a wide variety of professions. Wheelock College is the place for students who want to change their world and improve the lives of children and families through their careers as leaders, advocates and professionals.
Benefits offered by Wheelock College
||$15,000* annual tuition scholarship
|Number of Scholarships Awarded Annually
|Application Fee Waiver
Eligibility & Additional Info
- *$15,000 Tuition Scholarship for each year towards an undergraduate bachelors program (renewable for each year enrolled provided provided the student maintains full-time study until the program is complete) provided he or she is enrolled full-time and maintains a 3.0 cumulative GPA and remains in good academic and social standing at the college. The scholarship is awarded each academic year for $7500/semester (for a total annual scholarship of $15,000
- Scholarships awarded to City Year corps members and alumni for at least one year of service and City Year staff members employed for at least two years.
- A one-year deferral is offered for students admitted to an Undergraduate Bachelor Program who decide to serve with City Year before starting their study with Wheelock (as long as they complete the appropriate deferment paperwork and submit their $300 deposit to hold their spot for up to one year)
- The scholarships described above represent the minimum awards. Applicants will be considered for additional financial aid depending on the strength of the application and financial need.
- Click here for more information and the opportunity to apply as a New First-Year Student (never attended college). The deadline to apply for Early Action is December 1 and for Regular Decision (rolling admission) it is March 1.
- Click here for more information and the opportunity to apply as a New Transfer Student (has some college courses completed).
- To identify your affiliation with City Year: To get the application fee waived and to be considered for the scholarships described above, please contact Lisa Slavin in the Office of Admissions (below).
To Contact the Admissions Office
Please note that all admissions and scholarship decisions are made by the educational institution. Corps members, alumni and staff interested in these scholarships must complete the full application process for the institution. Please pay close attention to deadlines, and consider beginning work on your applications early in the year.