UMHEF Scholarships

A national foundation based in Nashville, Tennessee, the United Methodist Higher Education Foundation is a 42-year-old organization dedicated to helping students achieve their dreams.


UMHEF provides scholarship aid for United Methodist students attending the 122 United Methodist-related institutions. UMHEF annually provides scholarship opportunities for eligible students.

Students may receive only ONE scholarship from the Foundation per year. Scholarship programs include:
- United Methodist Dollars for Scholars
- Foundation Merit Scholars
- Named Endowed Scholarships
- United Methodist Leadership Scholars
- Hoover-Lee Scholarship
- September 11th Memorial Scholarship
- Chaplain Powell Scholarship
- Dempster Graduate Fellowship
- Georgia Harkness Scholarship

For more information about each scholarships, please visit: http://www.umhef.org/receive.php

All scholarship applications can be downloaded from the UMHEF Resource Library.

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