Financial aid can help you pay the costs of attending Massasoit including tuition, fees, books, and other related educational expenses such as estimated room and board and transportation costs. Massasoit awards millions of dollars in federal, state, and institutional funds each year to eligible students.

The Financial Aid Office helps students obtain the necessary financial aid resources to achieve their academic and professional goals and administers federal, state and institutional funds in compliance with regulatory requirements while recognizing and respecting the needs and values of our diverse student body.

Financial Aid FAFSA Workshops

Massasoit participates in a number of federal and state financial aid programs to assist students in financing the costs of their education. Financial aid awards (scholarships, grants, loans, and employment awards) are made when personal and family resources are not sufficient to pay educational expenses.

Massasoit will attempt to provide financial assistance to all students with demonstrated need as indicated by the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). All programs are administered without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexual orientation.

The information links on these pages will provide an overview of the financial aid programs and financing options available at Massasoit. All full-time and part-time students that are enrolled in degree and eligible certificate programs are encouraged to apply for financial assistance at Massasoit.

MassReconnect: Free Community College

MassReconnect is a program to fund free community college for adults 25 and older who do not already have a college degree.

Who is eligible?
Massachusetts residents 25 years of age or older can take advantage of this opportunity to earn an associate degree or certificate for free at any of the Commonwealth’s 15 public community colleges, including Massasoit.

Learn more about MassReconnect