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The School of Criminology and Justice Studies is pleased to offer three scholarships to Criminal Justice majors each year.
The Michael B. Shanahan Memorial Scholarship was established in 2008 as the first dedicated scholarship for criminal justice students on our campus.
Michael B. Shanahan graduated Magna Cum Laude from our school in 1985. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam as a US Marine and then joined the Massachusetts State Police in 1971, rising to the rank of Lt. Colonel. He fought a courageous battle against cancer before passing away in June 2006. His wife, Diane Shanahan, established this scholarship in his name. The school will offer one to two awards each year. Students must meet the following criteria:
The Teddy Dillon III scholarship was established for students pursuing a degree in criminal justice.
Teddy Dillon III ‘07 was a UMass Lowell criminal justice alumnus and River Hawk baseball player who became a corrections officer for the Middlesex House of Corrections in Billerica. Teddy passed away unexpectedly in July 2012. Many members of Teddy’s family along with friends, fellow officers and members of MCOA Local 500 Union contributed to create this UMass Lowell scholarship fund in his memory.
The school will offer one award each year. Students must meet the following criteria:
The Allan Roscoe Endowed Scholarship has been endowed by the Office of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies in the name of Allen Roscoe in 2015.
Prof. Roscoe was an outstanding faculty member who made significant contributions to the development of the Criminal Justice Homeland Security certificate program as well as to the growth of the online program in the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies.
Scholarships will be awarded to students selected by the Office of Financial Aid in consultation with the Chairperson of the College of Criminology and Justice Studies and the Division of Graduate, Online & Professional Studies based on the following criteria:
The deadline for these Criminal Justice Scholarship applications is April 15.
For additional information on the Michael B. Shanahan Memorial Scholarship, Teddy Dillon III Scholarship, and Allan Roscoe Endowed Scholarship, please contact Eika Hunt at 978-934-4107.
For information on Financial Aid offered by the university, visit the Financial Aid Office.