Application Process

Scholarship Requirements

  • All Ouimet Scholarship candidates must have performed at least two 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.


Request for applications can be made by submitting the form below or by contacting Michelle Edwards, the Director of Scholarship and Donor Systems at the Ouimet office 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.



 Date Due
December 1 The postmark deadline for a completed application and club recommendations.
March 1 High school seniors must send a transcript with SAT scores and final grades for terms 1 & 2.  College students must send an official Fall transcript.
March 1 – June 30 Applicant is required to attend a scheduled interview.  Applicant will be notified of his/her interview date, time, and location provided their application is complete and up to date.The College Scholarship Service (CSS) will forward your CSS/PROFILE directly to us once you complete their registration form.  Our CSS Code is 0467.Completing the FAFSA form generates the Student Aid Report (SAR) which will be sent directly to you.  Send the complete report to us, making a copy for your files.
August/September Applicants are notified and scholarships are awarded.


Financial Aid Eligibility

Applicants are rated on a competitive ranking system that objectively measures a student’s all-around qualifications.  Eligibility for financial awards is determined by analysis of need by submission of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and the CSS/PROFILE.

As part of the qualifications for our 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 participate in all social and peer events offered by The Fund.  Should the financial need change, 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.


Request a Scholarship Application

Please fill out the form below.

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