- All Ouimet Scholarship candidates must have performed 2+ years service to golf as caddies, or in golf professional or course superintendent operations at any golf course in Massachusetts.
- The candidate must also plan to attend an accredited institution of undergraduate higher education full-time.
- Students may apply as seniors in high school or during their college career.
Requests for the online application link for school year 2019 – 2020 can be made by submitting the form below or by contacting Michelle Edwards, the Director of Scholarships via email at MichelleE@ouimet.org or by phone at 774.430.9093.
Scholar status is judged on academic achievement and potential leadership, including school and community activities, interviews, essays, motivation, character, integrity, golf service and various recommendations.
The Scholarship is a four-year renewable scholarship. The Fund is an equal opportunity scholarship program and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion or ethnic origin.
|December 1, 2018|
|June 30, 2019|
|*NOTE: If you are applying for Honorary status only, the FAFSA, CSS/Profile and financial aid letter are NOT needed.|
Financial Aid Eligibility
Financial awards are determined by analysis of certified need by submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and the CSS/PROFILE.
As part of the qualifications for the Ouimet Scholarship, we require the student to show financial need. Should an applicant show no financial need, but exhibit all of the other requirements, we offer an HONORARY Scholar status. Honorary Scholars receive no financial aid, but receive all of the same benefits and participate in all events offered by The Fund. Should the financial need change during the college years, the student would be considered for aid after the appropriate financial forms are submitted to The Fund.
The completed application will be used to assess your qualifications to be considered a Ouimet Scholar. The interviewers, the Scholarship Committee, and designated Ouimet Fund staff will be the only persons seeing or using this information. Interviewers are not given family financial information.
Who We Are
Founded in 1949, The Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund is considered The Golf Charity of Massachusetts™.
A 501 (c) (3) organization, The Ouimet Fund’s purpose is to help deserving young men and women who have worked at golf courses in Massachusetts obtain a college education. We provide need-based undergraduate scholarships which are renewable and can be worth up to $10,000 – $40,000 (or more) for four years. The Ouimet Fund is the largest independent scholarship fund in New England.
Ouimet Fund Mission Statement
The Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund is committed to providing need-based scholarship aid to students who have demonstrated a strong work ethic by having completed at least two years of service to golf. The Ouimet Fund rewards accomplishment through the competitive, renewable award. The Fund is dedicated to providing the golfing community with an opportunity to “give back to golf” and society by assisting youth in furthering their education. The Fund also seeks to preserve the history of Francis Ouimet’s contributions to American golf.
The Francis Ouimet Scholarship Fund promotes the character building aspects of golf in the tradition of Francis Ouimet. The Fund is unique among golf charities with great potential for growth through support from Alumni, volunteer leadership and the golfing community. The Fund is dedicated to fostering growth of the caddie programs throughout the region, thereby broadening the scope of Scholars to create a more diverse group of Scholars and Alumni. Opportunities are plentiful for Trustees, Board Members and volunteer leaders to participate and become involved in activities that will move The Fund to a greater level of financial assistance for Ouimet Scholars.