LLARC BRADY-GRIFFITH SCHOLARSHIP

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 nearly $70,000 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.

Program: Dental Hygiene; Hometown: Dorchester, Massachusetts; Scholarship: LLARC Sharing Opportunities Scholarship

 

"Without the Lifelong Learning at Regis College (LLARC) Scholarship, I most likely would have struggled intensely my last semester. The support helped me soar to the next level. Now I have a future; I have advanced my career and I will have a professional title. I am the second person in my family to obtain a degree. I feel like there are infinite possibilities. I feel empowered to do more and be more.” Read more.

 

 

 

MAKE YOUR GIFT TO THE LLARC SCHOLARSHIP

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 Scholarship Fund" 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 Megan Gibbons at megan.gibbons@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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