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Fellowships and Research Scholarships

50% tuition discount - Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience Scholar Program - Application deadline for 2018 entrance TBA

Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience Scholar Program

The ISBCE Scholar Program is a 50% tuition discount granted to five full-time students each year.

The Institute for the Study of the Black Christian Experience (ISBCE) Scholar Program is a 50% tuition discount granted to five students who demonstrate a commitment to the work of race relations and reconciliation or the study of the Black Christian Experience.  The application deadline for 2017 entrance into the scholar program has passed.  The application deadline for 2018 entrance will be announced this fall.  Applicants for the ISBCE Scholar Program should complete their application to Gordon-Conwell and the ISBCE Scholar application by the deadline, and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  Click here to apply.

The John and Lois Pierce Fellowship

The Pierce Fellowship is a $1,500/year annual tuition subsidy granted to select incoming and returning students each semester.

The Pierce Fellowship is available to select incoming and returning students who demonstrate experience and ongoing commitment to small group leadership, spiritual formation, and disciple- building. Each member of the Fellowship will be mentored by the Pierce Center staff leaders and equipped in facilitating initiatives to accomplish the mission of the Center. The $1,500 annual tuition subsidy is combinable with other grants or scholarships and open to all degree programs except the Master of Theology. Applications are accepted each spring for participation the following academic year starting in the fall semester. Applicants for the Pierce Fellowship should submit the Pierce application by April 15Click here to apply.

Byington Scholarship

The Byington Scholarship is a $600/semester stipend paid to select returning students.

The Byington Scholarship is available to select returning students who serve as faculty assistants. Byington Scholars are selected by individual faculty members, and applications are available through the Academic Dean’s office.  The $600/semester stipend is combinable with other grants or scholarships.  Click here for more information and to apply.

For assistance in determining whether a scholarship or Need-Based Grant Aid would best suit your educational goals, please consult our Special Scholarship vs. Per Credit Rate informational form.  Please note that students may not receive both a special scholarship and need-based grant aid and that this form is not applicable to individuals pursuing the Doctor of Ministry degrees.