GRAD Last Mile Fund Pilot
The GRAD (Graduate Ready to Achieve Degree) Last Mile fund provides up to $2,500 in financial support to Boston students nearing college graduation at our partner schools.
The fund supports students that have financial hardships that prevent them from getting the final credits they need to graduate.
Still have questions?
If you still have questions about the GRAD Fund, or are interested in making a donation, contact us at GRADFund@boston.gov.
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About the program
For the pilot year, funds will be distributed to five schools that are highly attended by Boston students:
To be eligible for the fund, you must be a City of Boston resident or a Boston Public Schools graduate.WHO CAN APPLY
The scholarship is for college students who:
- are on track academically to graduate in the next semester, and
- have a demonstrated financial need.
Financial need includes non-academic hardships like rent, unexpected medical expenses or childcare costs, as well as tuition and fees.
The fund relies on generous donations from individuals, organizations, and corporations. Contact us at GRADFund@boston.gov. You can send a check for the "GRAD Last Mile Fund" to the address below:
GRAD Last Mile Fund
Attn: Casey Brock-Wilson
Boston City Hall, Mayor's Office
1 City Hall Square, 5th Floor
Boston MA 02201
We also accept online donations via credit card or e-check:
How to apply
Are you a student at one of our five GRAD Fund partner schools? Contact your financial aid office to see if you qualify: