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Hardin-Simmons University Endowed Scholarships for Ministerial Students

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July 15, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • All undergraduate ministerial students who are majoring or minoring in Logsdon School of Theology are eligible for ministerial scholarships.

    Endowed scholarships for ministerial students vary in the amounts that are awarded. Freshman and sophomores typically receive a base-level award amount for the fall and spring semesters and then are considered for awards of higher amounts based their academic performance during their junior and senior years.

    Eligibility:
    -Enrolled full-time as a Hardin-Simmons University undergraduate student majoring in one of Logsdon’s three degree programs: B.A. Biblical Studies, B.A. Religion, B.B.S. Ministry
    -Exhibit a personal call to vocational ministry
    -Write a statement describing your experience and sense of calling to vocational ministry

    To maintain the scholarship, recipients must continue full-time enrollment majoring in one of Logsdon’s degree programs and maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA.
  • Contact
  • Director
  • Logsdon Ministry Guidance Office
  • 2200 Hickory Box 16235
  • Abilene, TX 79698
  • mstone@hsutx.edu
  • 325-670-1268

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