Financial Aid Supplement

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Your 2017-18 Mount Holyoke financial aid grant is made possible through the generous support of many alumnae, parents, friends, and foundations around the world. Endowed scholarships provide a significant amount of funding each year to support financial aid for students like you.

You now have the opportunity to be chosen to receive an endowed scholarship. This is an acknowledgment of your academic work and your involvement in the Mount Holyoke community, and is an important honor that you will be able to list on your resume. Please note that these endowed scholarships do not change the total amount of your grant aid, loan or family contribution.

If you wish to be considered for an endowed scholarship, we need to learn a little bit about you. Endowed scholarship funds often have unique criteria – for example, to support a student from a specific city or country, or who is majoring in a particular department. Please complete as many sections of the form as possible. This information is useful in determining if you meet the criteria for one or more of these funds. Although most of our endowed scholarships are awarded to sophomores, juniors or seniors, we do have a small number of endowed scholarships available to first-year students. If you are an incoming first-year student, please tell us about your awards and activities in high school on the form.

Please complete this form by August 31, 2017. (If you have completed the form in a previous year, we invite you to submit it again to be considered for an endowed scholarship in 2017-18.)

If you have any questions, or if you experience difficulty submitting your form, please contact me by e-mail. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

M. J. Maccardini

Associate Director, Philanthropic Engagement and Endowment Administration

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