Simmons College Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program

The Simmons College is pleased to announce the Gilbert and Marcia Kotzen Scholars Program. A freshman for the fall semester who has a GPA of 3.3 or higher, un-weighted is encouraged to apply. The program is a competitive merit award that recognizes the best and brightest students interested in a transformative education at Simmons College.The scholarship is awarded for the duration of a four-year period of full-time undergraduate study and will cover full tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board. An additional, winners will receive an annual award of $3000 for study abroad, short-term courses, summer internship tuition, or research support.

Simmons College was established in 1899 by John Simmons, is a private woman focused undergraduate college and private co-educational graduate school in Boston, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Simmons College currently consists of two separate campuses located near the Back Bay Fens in Boston: Academic Campus and Residence Campus.

Eligibility:

Students applying for the Kotzen Scholarship must meet the following criteria:

How to Apply:

To apply, the applicant must submit a short answer and a formal essay(the application consists of two parts). On each page of the document, students should include their full name and date of birth.

Submitting Details:

Students may submit them via email to ugadm-at-simmons.edu with the subject line “Kotzen Application”

Financial Aid and Award Money:

The scholarship is awarded for the duration of a four-year period of full-time undergraduate study and supersedes any previously awarded merit scholarship.Students, who meet the criteria below, are often also interested in the Simmons Honors Program. Benefits of the scholarship include:

Application Deadline: