The LLARC Brady-Griffith Scholarship Fund (formerly called the LLARC Sharing Opportunities Scholarship—read more below) was established in 2013 and has awarded vital assistance to undergraduate students at Regis, distributing over $80,000 to students in need since its first award in Spring 2014.

The fund is designed to assist a student who, in addition to being academically qualified, has encountered specific financial hardships that, without this assistance, would make a Regis education impossible. All eligible students are vetted through the LLARC Scholarship Committee of the LLARC Council. Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated; the collective support of LLARC members allows us to continue this great tradition of giving back.

Josue Colon Calderon ’25 is the 2022-2023 recipient of the Brady-Griffith Scholarship. Read below to learn what this scholarship means to him, and click here to read the full article. 

“As someone whose mother was not able to get her nursing license renewed due to a language barrier, I am very passionate about living out my mom’s dreams by following through with my own dreams,” said Calderon. “After I get my nursing degree and gain experience working as a nurse, I hope to enter the public health field to help fix disparities within the LGBTQ+ community, specifically within healthcare. I know that my Regis education and the Brady-Griffith Scholarship will help me achieve my goals.”


Online: Please complete the form below.

Mail: Send your check to Regis College, 235 Wellesley St., Box 30, Weston, MA 02493. Be sure to note "LLARC Brady-Griffith Scholarship" in the memo section of your check.

Phone: Call 781.768.7240 if you would like to give your credit card over the phone.

All contributions are tax-deductible! If you have any questions, please contact William Koehler, Interim Program Director, at (781) 768-7135 or by email at LLARC@regiscollege.edu

In 2020, the scholarship was renamed in memory of Dr. William Brady and Wayne Griffith. Dr. William Brady of Franklin, MA was a retired dentist and longstanding member of the LLARC program, a member of the governing council, and taught several courses in the program, primarily in history. He passed away in May of 2020.

Wayne Griffith of Weston, MA was a longstanding member of LLARC and retired businessman. He sat on the governing council and took several courses, primarily in history, over his many years as a LLARC participant. He passed away in 2016.


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