Institutional grants, scholarships and tuition discounts are available to qualified students for the fall and spring semesters of each academic year.
NOTE: Federal Pell Grants are not available at the graduate level
The Scholarship Guide
A listing of all awards available to every type of student (except for Certificate students, for whom there are currently no scholarships available) is published on the Scholarship Guide. The Scholarship Application is primary method of applying for these scholarships.
Each of these sites have been reviewed by the Financial Aid Office and have been determined to be valid resources. As you begin to apply, be a smart consumer! Beware of scams and services that charge a fee to search for scholarships on your behalf. You should not have to pay for this information.
While at least one of these search engines require a user profile to be created, many of them provide immediate results upon submission of a keyword. For the most effective results use keywords that reflect characteristics and traits that are unique to you (e.g. gender, ethnicity, degree program, location, etc.).
Not sure where to begin? The bold listings have been determined to be the most effective and user-friendly.
This is a collection of scholarship possibilities focused on specific individual profiles. If you are aware of scholarships and/or resources that could be beneficial to graduate-level students please contact the Financial Aid Office with the website and/or contact information.
Church Denominations / Ministry Organizations
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The Fund for Theological Education has a variety of fellowships available to both Master's Level and Doctoral students. To learn more about these opportunities, visit FTE's website: