City Of Waltham Scholarship
City of Waltham
The City of Waltham established a scholarship fund in 1987 to provide financial assistance to eligible Waltham residents for the pursuit of further education. The fund is available to any Waltham resident for college, trade school, certificate programs, graduate school and other educational pursuits deemed eligible by the committee.
Resident applications are available at the Treasurer’s Office, the Waltham Public Library and online on February 1st. Graduating seniors use the generic application available in the Guidance department at Waltham High School.
A committee reviews the applications and awards are announced in June and distributed at the beginning of the spring semester.
Contributions to the fund are made through a check-off included with the City’s annual excise and quarterly tax payments.
MASS GENERAL LAW CHAPTER 60 SECTION 3C: Any city or town which accepts the provisions of this section or has previously accepted chapter one hundred and ninety-four of the acts of nineteen hundred and eighty-six is hereby authorized, subject to the approval of the commissioner, to design and designate a place on its municipal tax bills or the motor vehicle excise tax bills, or to mail with such tax bills a separate form, whereby the taxpayers of said city or town can voluntarily check off, donate and pledge an amount not less than one dollar or such other designated amount which shall increase the amount otherwise due, and to establish a city or town scholarship fund.