2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
  
    Sep 16, 2019  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog

Financial Aid, Tuition, & Fees


For information on 2019-2020 tuition and fees, visit the undergraduate, graduate, or online tuition and fee pages.


When students are unable to fully fund their education from personal resources, it is Columbia International University’s policy to attempt to assist them in obtaining additional financing from federal, state, institutional, and private resources to the fullest extent possible. Students who wish to be considered for aid from these sources must meet general eligibility requirements as well as fund-specific criteria. Eligibility requirements and instructions for applying are outlined below. International students are not eligible for federal or state aid but may qualify for institutional aid. The following requirements are necessary to be considered for all forms of financial assistance:

  • Acceptance by the CIU Admissions office
  • Completion of the FAFSA (annually) for US citizens
  • CIU Financial Aid Questionnaire
  • Enrollment as a degree-seeking student
  • Full-time enrollment for institutional aid
  • Minimum half-time enrollment for Federal student loans (6 hours per semester undergraduate; 4.5 hours per semester graduate/seminary)
  • Enrollment in at least 1 credit hour for Federal Pell Grant
  • For federal aid, a student must be a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen and certify that funds will only be used for educational expenses
  • Recipients of federal student loans must certify that they are not in default on any federal student loan and do not owe a repayment on a federal student grant

The two applications needed to determine a student’s eligibility are the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CIU Financial Aid Questionnaire. The FAFSA is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. CIU’s federal school code is 003429. The CIU Financial Aid Questionnaire is available on Financial Aid Online (accessible through MyCIU).

Federal Financial Aid

Once students submit their FAFSAs, the Financial Aid Office will send them an e-mail regarding the completion of their financial aid file. The student must respond immediately to any request for additional information or documentation. Failure to do so could cause the student to forfeit awards. Undergraduate students, if eligible, can receive federal grants, loans, and work-study. Graduate-level students, if eligible, can receive federal loans and work-study. Current information on federal aid is available online at http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid, or by visiting the Financial Aid Office.

Undergraduate Students

Federal Pell Grant provides need-based grants to qualifying undergraduate students. Award amounts vary depending on financial need and enrollment status.

Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG) provides need-based grants to help the neediest undergraduate students finance the costs of postsecondary education. When making FSEOG awards, the institution must give priority to those students with “exceptional need” (those with the lowest Expected Family Contributions (EFCs) at the institution) and those who are also Federal Pell Grant recipients.

Undergraduate & Graduate-level Students

Federal Direct Loan Program
Direct Loans are low-interest loans for students and parents available to help pay for the cost of a student’s postsecondary education. The lender is the U.S. Department of Education rather than a private lender. Eligibility for Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans is based on the information reported on the FAFSA. No interest is accrued on subsidized loans while the student is enrolled at least half-time. Direct Subsidized Loan eligibility is determined by the student’s financial need and number of college credits earned. Interest accrues on unsubsidized loans after the loan is disbursed. The borrower can either chose to make interest payments while in school or allow the interest to be capitalized (added to the principal). All Direct Loans go into repayment following a one-time, six-month “grace period” after graduation or after dropping below halftime enrollment.

Undergraduate loan limits with demonstrated financial need:

Classification
(Credits Earned)
Subsidized Unsubsidized Total Loan Additional Unsubsidized for Independent Student
Freshman
(0-29)
$3,500 $2,000 $5,500 $4,000
Sophomore
(30-59)
$4,500 $2,000 $6,500 $4,000
Junior
(60-89)
$5,500 $2,000 $7,500 $5,000
Senior
(90+)
$5,500 $2,000 $7,500 $5,000

Undergraduate loan limits without demonstrated financial need:

Classification
(Credits Earned)
Unsubsidized Additional Unsubsidized for Independent Student
Freshman
(0-29)
$5,500 $4,000
Sophomore
(30-59)
$6,500 $4,000
Junior
(60-89)
$7,500 $5,000
Senior
(90+)
$7,500 $5,000

Graduate-level students may qualify for the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan with a maximum annual loan limit of $20,500. Graduate Level Certificate Programs are not eligible for Federal Direct Loans.

You can find more information at www.studentloans.gov and http://www.ciu.edu/federal-aid.

Loan Process for New Borrowers: If a student has been awarded and has accepted their Federal Direct Loan(s) through their electronic award letter they must complete both Federal Direct Loan Entrance Counseling and electronically sign a Federal Direct Loan Master Promissory Note. Both of these forms are available at www.studentloans.gov. Once eligibility for the Federal Direct Loan(s) is verified and the university processes the Direct Loan(s) the student will receive a Loan Disclosure Statement from the Department of Education. The Disclosure Statement will include disbursement dates and loan amounts. Loan funds are applied directly to the student’s account at CIU. Please note a student must be enrolled at least half time in a degree seeking program each semester in order to be eligible for Federal Direct Loan(s).

Loan Process for Previous Borrowers: If the student has previously borrowed a Federal Direct Loan and accepts loans through their electronic award letter for the upcoming year, the loans will be processed automatically. However, if the US Department of Education is missing either the Loan Entrance Counseling or the MPN, the student will need to complete the required forms online at www.studentloans.gov prior to loan processing. Once processed, the student will receive a Loan Disclosure Statement from the Department of Education indicating disbursement dates and amounts. Once eligibility for the loan has been verified, the funds will deposit directly into student’s account at CIU.

Federal Direct ParentPLUS Loan: These loans are available to parents of dependent students enrolled as a degreeseeking student in an undergraduate program of study. Parents must submit a Direct PLUS Loan Application (which goes through a credit approval process) and a Direct Parent PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note in order to be eligible. The maximum Parent PLUS Loan amount per academic year is the estimated cost of attendance at CIU minus other student financial aid.

Federal Direct Grad PLUS Loan: These loans are available to graduate level students enrolled in a program of study. Additional Grad PLUS loan counseling is required of all students borrowing this type of loan. Borrowers must pass a credit check to be eligible. The maximum loan amount per academic year is the estimated cost of attendance at CIU minus other student financial aid.

Federal Work Study

Federal Work Study (FWS) is a need-based program of financial aid providing students an opportunity to work part-time in an approved on-campus job or community service position. It provides an opportunity for students to earn money and obtain transferable skills while attending CIU. To be eligible for federal work-study, a student must be enrolled in a degree-seeking program and have documented need. “Need” is calculated based on the information submitted on the FAFSA. Please note that FWS will not be applied to your student account, and you should not include this funding when determining the amount that you will owe to CIU. If you are eligible for this federal work program, the award amount shown on your Financial Aid Award Letter is the maximum that you can earn through this work program; however, it must be earned. CIU cannot guarantee a campus job to all students. All jobs must be applied for each year. The Financial Aid Office and the Office of Career Services oversee the FWS program.

Summer Students

Summer is considered a trailer term for the current academic year. Although CIU does not offer regular scholarships during summer terms, students can be considered for federal loans if they are enrolled at least half-time in a degree-seeking program and have not already used their annual loan eligibility for the academic year. Students can also be eligible for Federal Pell Grant funds during the summer if they are enrolled at least half-time in a degree seeking program.

Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for Federal Financial Aid

Satisfactory Academic Progress is defined as the process of adequately proceeding toward the completion of a degree. The Financial Aid Office is required by federal regulations to ensure that students who are receiving federal and state financial aid for their education are making measurable progress toward completion of a degree in a reasonable period of time. The complete policy is available at ciu.edu. For questions concerning the policy, please contact the Financial Aid Office at 803.807.5036.

South Carolina State Aid

South Carolina Scholarship Programs: The SC Commission on Higher Education administers the State’s scholarship programs. You may access information and eligibility criteria for the Palmetto Fellows, LIFE, and HOPE scholarships at /www.che.sc.gov/Scholarships & Grants.

South Carolina Tuition Grant: The SC Tuition Grant (SCTG) is made available to full-time undergraduate South Carolina residents attending private institutions in the state of South Carolina. It is based upon need and merit. Funds for this program are appropriated by the South Carolina General Assembly. To be considered for the SCTG, the FAFSA must be submitted by June 30 each year, and the student must meet SC state eligibility requirements. For more information please access the SC Tuition Grant website at /www.sctuitiongrants.org/.

CIU Institutional Aid

Columbia International University awards institutional financial aid to full-time, degree-seeking students. All awards are subject to revision. The Financial Aid Office works to determine the best overall financial aid package for each student. More details can be found at http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships-and-grants or www.ciu.edu/become-student/financial-aid/termsand-conditions.

CIU Grants & Scholarships

CIU students must be enrolled full-time in a degree-seeking program to be eligible for CIU scholarships and grants. They must maintain satisfactory academic progress and meet CIU community standards. CIU scholarships and grants are only awarded during the Fall and Spring semesters. It is best to understand a grant as an entitlement that the student receives, possibly in conjunction with other grants. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of specific criteria. Students may receive only one of the following merit scholarships listed below. Each scholarship and grant has a minimum GPA requirement. In order for a CIU student to retain eligibility for institutional aid, the student must meet the following criteria:

Scholarships & Grants Undergraduate GPA Graduate-Level GPA
Board Scholarship 3.0 (Undergraduate only)
Presidential Scholarship 2.5 3.0
Dean Scholarship 2.5 3.0
Servant Leader Scholarship 2.5 3.0
Achievement Scholarship 2.0 (Undergraduate only)
R.C. McQuilkin Scholarship 2.0 (Undergraduate only)
All Other CIU Grants 2.0 Varies. Must maintain minimum GPA requirement for program of study.

CIU also awards endowed scholarships which have been established by and are funded through individuals, families, and institutions that are deeply committed to God’s work around the world and to the role CIU plays in training students for such work. Student recipients of these scholarships are required to provide an appropriate “thank you” letter to the donor(s). A complete list of such scholarships can be found at the end of this section.

When returning students are being reviewed for their financial aid packages for the upcoming academic year, those who fail to meet the GPA will not be awarded CIU institutional aid. GPA requirements are not reviewed in the middle of the academic year. Policy regarding institutional aid can be obtained in the Financial Aid Office or online at http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships-and-grants.

Consortium Agreements/Study Abroad

Institutional scholarships and grants may be awarded to students taking classes under formal consortium agreements as long as the student’s degree major or minor requires study at that outside institution. Student aid packages for those studying at other institutions will be reviewed and awarded on a case-by-case basis. Students must be in good standing and enrolled full-time in courses applicable to their degree to be considered for institutional aid. Study tours may not count towards federal, state, or CIU institutional aid eligibility requirements.

The institutional aid is limited to one semester, except in the case where two semesters are required for the degree (i.e. the Middle Eastern Studies major requiring two semesters at Jerusalem University College). Other study abroad programs, that meet graduation requirements but are not mandatory for the degree the student is currently seeking, may receive up to 50% of the student’s institutional aid. The institutional aid is limited to one semester.

Education Benefits

Students receiving education benefits as an employee, dependent or spouse of a full-time CIU employee are not eligible for additional institutional aid from CIU.

Military Discount

Columbia International University offers veterans and their eligible spouses educational benefits in the form of a tuition discount. These are available to both online undergraduate and online and residential graduate veterans, active duty service members and their eligible spouses who are pursuing a certificate or degree program and are in good academic standing. Students receiving Tuition Assistance or Full VA Education Benefits may not be eligible. A military discount rate of $250 per credit hour will be awarded once the student has been deemed eligible and is registered for courses for the semester.  The military discount does not apply to the doctoral level programs. Other discounts or scholarships cannot be applied.

Partnerships

CIU has partnered with a variety of mission agencies, businesses, churches and schools to offer a tuition discount to eligible students for any course, with the exception of doctoral-level courses. To view a list of our eligible partner organizations, please visit http://www.ciu.edu/partnerships.

Spouse Tuition Benefits

CIU believes training both the wife and husband makes a stronger family and ministry team. Because of this commitment, the spouse of a CIU student may audit a course for which his/her spouse is currently registered for a $25 registration fee on the basis of available space. The application to audit is available here.

Other Information

Outside Scholarships

Thousands of scholarships are offered each year through private foundations and civic organizations. Students are encouraged to visit www.ciu.edu/outside-scholarships for links to scholarship search websites.

Veteran’s Benefits

CIU will process Veteran’s Administration Education Benefits for eligible students. Visit www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/ for eligibility information and forms. Also visit Columbia International University’s veteran’s website at www.ciu.edu/becomestudent/financial-aid/veterans-benefits to learn how to apply your benefits as a CIU student.

Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits

Students who are overcoming physical and/or developmental obstacles may be eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation benefits through their state of residence. Students should contact their local Vocational Rehabilitation agency for more information.

International Students

International students do not complete the FAFSA. Instead, they should contact the Financial Aid Office to obtain the necessary instructions related to the application process. International students seeking financial aid should be aware that they are required by the U.S. federal government to demonstrate they have the funds necessary to attend the university prior to arriving in the United States. The U.S. government has determined that, barring unforeseen circumstances, adequate funding should be available from the same or equally dependable sources for subsequent years of study (U.S. Federal code 22 CFR 41.61 (b) (ii)). Highest consideration in awarding CIU financial aid to international students will be given to those students who meet the following criteria:

  • Have a proven record of ministry effectiveness, especially in leadership positions
  • Explicitly affirm their intention to return home to engage in a specific ministry role for which theological education may provide a strategic advantage
  • Receive endorsement and financial backing from their native church and/or coordinating mission agency

Financial Aid Refund Policy

Policies have been established in accordance with federal regulations to ensure a fair and equitable refund of tuition for CIU students who are receiving financial aid and withdraw from the university either partially or completely during the course of an enrollment period (semester or eight-week session). In order to make CIU scholarships and grants available to as many eligible students as possible, all CIU scholarships and grants are reduced or forfeited when a recipient withdraws from CIU before the end of a term or drops below 12 hours of enrollment for undergraduate and below nine hours for graduate or seminary students. In such an event, CIU scholarship and grant recipients are responsible for complete repayment of funds. Further policy regarding withdrawal and tuition refund can be found in the CIU Financial Aid Terms and Conditions and the 2017-2018 Tuition and Fees Policy at www.ciu.edu/become-student/financial-aid.

State Postsecondary Review Entity (SPRE)

Students attending schools that participate in federal student aid programs (Title IV programs) have the right to notify the State Postsecondary Review Entity (SPRE) of complaints regarding the institution’s management of the Title IV programs, misleading or inappropriate advertising and promotion of the institution’s educational programs, or other complaints about the institution. Students must first complete the institution’s internal grievance process. The SPRE may be contacted at 803.737.2264 or at: The SC SPRE Complaint System, 1333 Main Street, Suite 200, Columbia, SC 29201.

CIU Scholarships and Endowments

The donor application and deadline can be found at http://www.ciu.edu/admissions-aid/financial-aid/types-of-aid/scholarships-and-grants.  Please note that scholarships are subject to available funding and some scholarships are not available every year.

 

AFRICAN PASTORS SCHOLARSHIP
Preference will be given to Kenyan pastors.

AMBASSADORS FOR CHRIST
International students returning to their homeland.

ALUMNI CHILDREN
Awarded to children of CIU alumni, based on financial need.

DORIS R. ANDRES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be going into Christian ministry.

FAUNTINE FRENCH AUTRY

CLIFF & PRUE BEDELL

BITTERMAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

EUNICE PROPST BOLICK
Priority will be given to students who will serve on the mission field in the United States in impoverished areas or church planting in these areas. Second priority will be given to the spouse of missionary students.

SARA M. BOLICK SCHOLARSHIP
For students preparing for a full-time Christian vocation in missions.

SAM P. BOLICK MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for a full-time Christian vocation in missions.

SAMUEL S. BOLICK

BOYD FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

JEAN C. BREWER MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
A graduate student in the field of education preparing to teach in a Christian school in the United States.

HERBERT & ESTHER BRICE SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Priority given to students who are (in this order): children of full-time career missionaries, children of parents who are in full-time church, or para-church ministry. A student may still qualify for this scholarship provided there are no other applicants who qualify for priority eligibility.

LEONARD & EDNA BROWN SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for a full-time Christian vocation.

DR. REV. LILLIE A. BURGESS SCHOLARSHIP
Qualified students must be African American. There is no restriction regarding level of education.

LUCY SELLS & J. WALTER CARPENTER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for a full-time Christian vocation.

CARTER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP
International students returning to their home country to minister.

P.T. CHANDAPILLA

THE A.F. & JANET CHESTNUT MEMORIAL
Recipient must be an international student.

MILITARY CHAPLAIN CANDIDATE SCHOLARSHIP
Students should be qualified and enrolled in the Chaplain Candidate program of the U.S.

MARGARET M. CHILDS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

JEANIE CHILDS-PHIFER SCHOLARSHIP

DOROTHY R. CLARKE SCHOLARSHIP

CLASS OF ‘42 &’43 SCHOLARSHIP

CLASS OF ‘50 SCHOLARSHIP

S.A. CONCERN SCHOLARSHIP
African-American students from the Columbia, SC, area.

KATE SCHULTZ COLON
A student in the Intercultural Studies program, with preference given to those whose families have a medical issue resulting in financial need.

JOHN & NAOMI COTHRAN SCHOLARSHIP

DANIEL & TRULA CRONK SCHOLARSHIP
Students must be involved in international work. Students must be admitted to and pursuing theology, missions, or divinity degrees.

CROSS-CULTURAL MISSIONARY SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be pursuing a seminary or graduate degree in preparation for full-time Christian vocation. Student must be involved in crosscultural ministry outside the U.S. Career missionaries on furlough who will be returning to their ministry receive priority funding.

NANCY TARRANT CULVERN
Students preparing for a full-time Christian vocation.

DATWYLER/WEBB ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for a full-time Christian vocation.

CECIL B. DAY SCHOLARSHIP
International students who participate in international leadership and demonstrate substantial financial difficulty.

DAN DEHAAN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

JOSEPH DENNIE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Student should demonstrate a joy-filled life that reflects the character of Christ - a student with a passion for the Word of God.

BETTY F. DENT SCHOLARSHIP
A worthy and needy student who is a legal resident of South Carolina.

DORINDA DENE DONOHOE
Priority will be given to student pursuing a teaching career, but not restricted to such.

ROSE DUPREE

HARRIET J. FINDLAY SCHOLARSHIP

FULBRIGHT & HOLCOMB SCHOLARSHIP
Students should be committed to evangelize unreached people groups.

GORDON A. GASTON SCHOLARSHIP
A scholarship to one or more students pursuing the study of missions.

GRADUATE SCHOOL ANONYMOUS SCHOLARSHIP
Selected by faculty, based on godliness of character and potential for future ministry.

ROYALL GRANT S.A. & JOYCE GRAY SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be a CIU junior, senior, or seminary student, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, and must be preparing for full-time Christian service.

GREAT COMMISSION
Must be a seminary student, must be married with a family, and must indicate an intention to serve as either a missionary or pastor.

MARJORIE MORROW HALE
Student must be enrolled in seminary.

ROBERT A. HALL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing to be school teachers and recommended by the Education faulty.

GAVIN & MARGARET HAMILTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Preference will be given to a child of missionaries or an international student planning to return to their own country to serve the Lord.

VANCE H. HAVNER SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for full-time Christian work in evangelism or missions.

ADOLPH & EMMA HERMANN SCHOLARSHIP
An international student with long-standing involvement in ministry.

HICKMAN SCHOLARSHIP
Preference will be given to a child of a missionary working with the TEAM missions agency.

DONALD HOKE SCHOLARSHIP
Students must be committed to vocational Christian service in a missions context. Students must also provide evidence that they have selected a mission agency and are either approved candidates or are in process with a mission agency.

MARTHA C. HOKE SCHOLARSHIP FOR WOMEN IN MINISTRY
A woman (single or married, U.S. or international) who has given evidence of fruitful ministry, with preference to those who have or plan to minister in overseas, cross-cultural settings.

MARTHA E. HOUGH MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

SAMUEL C. HOWES SCHOLARSHIP
An undergraduate student working during the school year (on or off campus).

TERRY & JEAN HULBERT SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be a male entering his third year in Seminary and pursuing a career in missions or Bible teaching.

ION-KEITH FALCONER
Student recipients must be planning to work in a Muslim context and be graduate level students enrolled in the Muslim studies program. Individuals enrolling in a Muslim studies class for the Summer studies program are also eligible to apply.

REBECCA KNIGHT

VIRGINIA HAMILTON LEWIS SCHOLARSHIP (MINISTRY)

VIRGINIA HAMILTON LEWIS SCHOLARSHIP (MUSIC)

LIFESONG SCHOLARSHIP
An undergraduate student pursuing “tentmaker” missions.

ROY W. LOWRIE, JR. CHRISTIAN EDUCATORS
Students must be going into or are currently serving in Christian school administration.

MACEDONIAN SCHOLARSHIP
Recipient must be a seminary student preparing for full-time career Christian missionary work outside of the United States.

KATHLEEN MARLOW
Students must be pursuing missions. Preference will be given to Presbyterian and PCA students, but this is not a requirement.

RALPH WASHINGTON MASON SCHOLARSHIP
Students must be pursuing missions. Preference will be given to Presbyterian and PCA students, but this is not a requirement.

LULA HOLDER MASON SCHOLARSHIP
Students must be pursuing missions. Preference will be given to Presbyterian and PCA students, but this is not a requirement.

NATHAN. A McDANIEL MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
An undergraduate student preparing for full-time Christian ministry; preference given to music majors.

ELIZABETH McMURRAY SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for full-time Christian service; preference given to a student in the Bible Teaching program.

TIMOTHY E. McQUAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

MURIEL McQUILKIN SCHOLARSHIP

M.E. McNEIL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

JOHN KER MUNRO SCHOLARSHIP
International student who demonstrates financial need.

DR. & MRS. FLOYD NESBITT SCHOLARSHIP

REV. ELIE WALLACE NESMITH ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Student should be intending to enter the ministry.

NORTON FAMILY ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Awarded to a graduate or seminary student with special consideration given to international students.

JUDY OATS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Recipient must be a seminary student planning to work overseas in a Muslim country.

MARY CANON MORRIS

JOHN W.P. OLIVER SCHOLARSHIP
A seminary student who demonstrates a commitment to the furtherance of the victorious Christian life message.

JOY ORAM SCHOLARSHIP
Student should be committed to a career in foreign missions; special preference given to children of missionaries, particularly those serving with Wycliffe.

FRANKLIN & ELSIA OWENS MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Recipient shall be in the M.A. Counseling program or an undergraduate enrolled in the Psychology program. Recipient should be recommended by his or her respective program director.

SARAH M. PETTY, THOMAS M. & NELL PETTY SCHOLARSHIP

HUGH & SALLY REAVES

JAMES REED MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

MARY ELIZABETH REID SCHOLARSHIP

RHODES SCHOLARSHIP
Preference given to a student whose home church is Woodland Hills Community Church.

RICE SCHOLARSHIP
Youth ministry students who work with Crusade for Christ, Young Life, or other youth organizations, and plan to stay with their organization after attaining their degree.

BERTHA RIKARD ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

DOUGLAS ROGERS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

JOYCE ROGERS
Student must be a widow(er) or a child of a widow(er).

CECIL C. ROLAND SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be a music major.

BLANCHARD D. & MARGARET G. ROMAINE SCHOLARSHIP

DR. TOM & JUDY SCHRUM ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be pursuing a master’s or seminary degree with a vocational goal of church planting among Muslims.

MARVIN R. SCHUSTER SCHOLARSHIP
Students from Georgia or Alabama or former employees of Burger King.

ALBERT & RUTH SCRIBNER ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

D.L. SCURRY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP

FRANK & AMANDA SELLS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

SDSC SCHOLARSHIP
Student must be a master’s level Chinese student from China, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia. International students from a Muslim country may be considered. Upon graduation, the student must be committed to return to their home country or the mission field and serve in full-time ministry. Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3.

ELIZABETH R. SESSIONS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

SILK ROAD SCHOLARSHIP
Chinese student who intends to go back to China for ministry.

MELANIE C. & LETITIA M. SIMPSON SCHOLARSHIP

MOLLIE L. & ALBERTA BARFIELD SIMS SCHOLARSHIP

MARY JANYCE SMITH SCHOLARSHIP
Students must be current or aspiring missionaries.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIP
Students from the southwest area of Florida.

HAP STRUTHERS ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Students actively pursuing a career as a chaplain in the U.S. military either through the Chaplaincy Candidate program or as a stated career goal.

MIRIAM “MICKEY” E. STOUT ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

BLANCHE CULVERN SULLIVAN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

ALUMNA KUMIKO TAKEUCHI ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Student must maintain a 3.5 GPA. Open to undergraduate, graduate, or seminary students.

TEAM MK
Children of TEAM missionaries will receive preference. Scholarships will be awarded to single, undergraduate students and are based upon character, leadership potential, and academic ability.

TRINITY PRESBYTERIAN SCHOLARSHIP
The recipient must be a member of the Presbyterian denomination for two years prior to receiving this scholarship.

BEAM-CRINDLAND UDUK SCHOLARSHIP
Uduk students or missionaries planning to work among the Uduk tribe.

LARRY K. & SARAH JANE STRONG VOAS SCHOLARSHIP
Students preparing for full-time Christian work in evangelism or missions.

ANN WATSON MEMORIAL
Students must be a female pursuing Bible Teaching or Elementary Education.

CORA WAYLAND SCHOLARSHIP
A Korean student pursuing a Master’s of Christian Education degree.

FAYE C. WEAVER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Students pursuing ministry in foreign missions.

DOROTHY WONG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
Students who plan to work in China or another Asian country.

REV. JOHN A. & RUBY WILCOX ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

CONSTANCE WYCKOFF MEMORIAL ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP
Children of missionaries currently working full-time on the field.

YOUTH MINISTRY SCHOLARSHIP