Krystle Campbell Scholarship
UMass Boston mourns the tragic loss of Krystle Campbell who was killed senselessly in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The university honors her memory through its award of a posthumous degree to the former student and the establishment of a scholarship in her name.
The scholarship was set up by University of Massachusetts Trustee Richard P. Campbell, J.D.
The Krystle Campbell Scholarship will support scholarships and other projects that advance young women, like Krystle Campbell, interested in pursuing careers in business. All funds will be awarded at the discretion of the dean of the College of Management.
Support the Krystle Campbell Scholarship
You may donate to the Krystle Campbell Scholarship in one of three ways:
By visiting our online giving form
2. By Mail: Please mail a check (note Campbell Scholarship in memo field)
3. By Phone: Please call us directly at
100 Morrissey Boulevard
Boston, MA 02125
One donor's story...
Glenn Mangurian, UMass Amherst, BS '70, MBA '73, chose to give to the Krystle Campbell Scholarship. Read a passionate letter
from Glenn Mangurian to UMass Boston alumni.
UMass Boston Awards Posthumous Degree to Bombing Victim Krystle Campbell (Boston Globe)
UMass Boston Awards Former Student Krystle Campbell with Posthumous Degree; Scholarship Fund Set Up (UMass Boston news)
Video of Awarding of Posthumous Degree