Funding from Other Sources
Gordon-Conwell students receive scholarships and grants from a number of foundations and organizations. Awards can depend on denomination, undergraduate school affiliation, scholastic ability, previous vocation, etc. The Financial Aid may assist by certifying educational cost for the potential recipients of these funds, but the student must take the initiative to make inquiries and apply to outside sources. We suggest students make themselves aware of other sources through inquiries to denominational headquarters, churches, libraries, etc.
Listed below are grants given annually to Gordon-Conwell students. Students are urged to apply if appropriate. A complete financial aid file is necessary in most instances.
Note: Students who receiving a Gordon-Conwell Institutional Scholarship or Grant are eligible to apply for outside scholarships.
Each year many students receive gifts and grants from home churches, individuals, foundations, and other interested groups. Look into all possibilities in this area before you begin seminary. Local libraries may have resource materials to assist you. Conduct your own scholarship search at:
AMERICAN BAPTIST CHURCH DENOMINATIONAL FUNDS
BAPTIST GENERAL ASSOCIATION OF VIRGINIA MINISTERIAL EDUCATIONAL FUNDS
CONGREGATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR THEOLOGICAL STUDIES
CONSERVATIVE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE
THE LYDIA SCHOLARSHIP
The LUTHERAN ECUMENICAL REPRESENTATIVES NETWORK is sponsoring an essay contest for ELCA students working towards an MDIV. The winning student will receive a $500 scholarship. The deadline to apply is February 15. Visit the ELCA site for more information on ELCA scholarships and applications.
MARK SCHUBERT MEMORIAL SEMINARY SCHOLARSHIP
NORTHERN BAPTIST EDUCATION SOCIETY SCHOLARSHIPS
PAULIST CENTER LAY MINISTRY TUITION GRANT
PCUSA DENOMINATIONAL FUNDS
Financial Aid for Studies, PCUSA
WOMEN IN MINISTRY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATIONS Scholarship program for women in the Christian Reformed Church preparing for ministry. Request application from CW-CRC Scholarship Program, 1060 Cherrywood Lane NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505.
FUND FOR THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION (FTE)
THE INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE KING'S DAUGHTERS AND SONS
THE KERUSSO SCHOLARSHIP
MARGUERITE YOUNG ENDOWMENT FUND
|Scholarships for Those with Disabilities|
The JOHN J. INGALLS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP will award $5,000 scholarships for students residing in the State of Massachusetts and diagnosed with a disability. Applications are available online at www.ucpboston.org or by calling (617) 926-5480, ext. 263. The deadline for applying is April 17.
The NATIONAL FEDERATION OF THE BLIND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM offers thirty scholarships from $3,000 to $12,000 for students who are legally blind. Further details and application forms are available by visiting their website. The deadline for applications is March 31.
USA FUNDS ACCESS TO EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS
JONATHAN THEOLOGICAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
KOREAN AMERICAN SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION
NEW LIFE CHURCH OF CHICAGO MINORITY SCHOLARSHIP
GLOBAL MISSION CHURCH SCHOLARSHIP
JUSTIN HARUYAMA MINISTERIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
VISION SCHOLARSHIP AWARD
The purpose of the Vision Scholarship Award is to foster and develop spiritual leaders for the second generation of Korean-Americans by providing scholarship until graduation to those with vision of serving youth ministry (EM) and attending seminary school in 2015. The applicant must be a Korean-American Christian who will attend seminary school in the 2015 fall semester, either as a new or continuing student. The recipients will receive $2,000 per semester until graduation in accordance with the rules and regulations established by the Vision Scholarship Committee. All applications must be submitted on-line only at www.arumdaunchurch.org/visionscholarship by June 6, 2015. Please email email@example.com or call 631-617-2885 for more information.
MILITARY CHAPLAIN SCHOLARSHIP GRANT/LOANS
VETERANS EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS
PRESBYTERIAN AND REFORMED COMMISSION ON CHAPLAIN AND MILITARY PERSONNEL WM. B. LEONARD SCHOLARSHIP Named in honor of Wm. B Leonard, the first PRCC Chaplain endorser, this scholarship is an award for a minimum of $500 per academic year. Male students who are called to pursue a career as a Teaching Elder and chaplain in some capacity and who are members of a church in a PRCC-related denomination are encouraged to apply. Please complete the application in order to be considered for this award. For more information, visit www.prcc.com.
|Other Scholarship Opportunities|
B. DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP - Amount of Scholarship: $1,000
GLOBAL ENGLISH EDITING SCHOLARSHIP
JOHN MANNING GORDON SCHOLARSHIP