This award was established by the college in honor of Joyce Agnoli who helped found the Women in Business program at HCC. That program evolved into Women in Transition (WIT) and later, New Directions. This award is for a student who enrolled at HCC through the New Directions program and will be transferring to a four-year institution beginning in the fall.
The HCC Alumni Association awards the Gary Brochu '62 Scholarship to a current HCC student who is transferring to a four-year institution.
Named after a longtime dean at HCC, this scholarship is awarded to a student with outstanding academic achievement who plans to transfer to a four-year institution.
This scholarship was made possible through a bequest of Kate C. Payne. It gives preference to female students accepted for transfer to a baccalaureate degree-granting institution upon completion of their associate degree and to those planning to attend Mount Holyoke College, particularly in the Frances Perkins Program.
Named after HCC's first president, this scholarship recognizes outstanding academic achievement and will be awarded to a studen who is transferring to a four-year institution.
This scholarship is available to students transferring to a four-year institution who have shown service to the college either as a member of the Student Senate, an active club, or organization.
This award was established by Sheila McElroy Donohue '81. Preference is given to single mothers raising young children who are transferring to Mount Holyoke College with financial need.
Dr. Ruth McIntyre, an accomplished scholar and nationally recognized historian, joined the faculty of HCC in 1962 as a professor of history. Through a bequest, Dr. McIntyre endowed a scholarship for a member of the current graduating class at HCC, majoring in history or the social sciences.
Tony Pellegrino was an integral part of Holyoke Community College for more than 38 years. He held many positions within the institution and was always an advocate for students continuing their education through the college's evening programs. Preference is given to student taking evening classes.
This scholarship, created in memory of Dr. Miriam Taylor Sajkovic, a longtime Professor of Philosophy and History at HCC, gives preference to a student who is majoring in philosophy at a four-year institution.
Made possible by Victor E. Thomas, a longtime faculty member and registrar at HCC, this scholarship was designed for students majoring in mathematics, engineering, or science, and accepted at a four-year institution.