Bible Scholarships

Ranking, location, size and cost. These are the details most students consider when searching for the perfect college. But some students don’t stop there. Numerous others prioritize another criterion in their college search. Faith. For a large number of students across the nation, there is no separating church and state, and school prayers are only controversial if absent from the curriculum.

Like most students, those attending college at a religious institution are often in need of financial aid. Because private religious schools can get quite pricey, pinching pennies may not be enough to get students through school.

Students searching for financial aid to attend religious schools are at an advantage. Luckily for them, bible scholarships are abundant in number and often rich in payoff. Myriad other denominations and religions may be eligible to receive bible scholarships as well.

To search for scholarships based on religious affiliation or other personal criteria, students can conduct a free college scholarship search at Scholarships.com. Those who are interested in finding a bible college in their state may also conduct a free college search at our website.

A lack of funding does not have to stand in a student’s way of attending the school that best suits their needs. By visiting Scholarships.com, students can find an abundance of information about awards that can help them pay for an education at their school of choice.

Italian Catholic Federation Scholarships
Application Deadlines: March 15, Annually
One of the many purposes of the Italian Catholic Federation is to offer college scholarships to further the education of students who are Roman Catholic and of Italian descent (or whose non-Italian Roman Catholic parents, guardians or grandparents are members of the Federation), who maintain a GPA of at least 3.2 and who live within the Roman Catholic Dioceses of California, Nevada, Illinois and [...] More

John W. McDevitt (Fourth Degree) Scholarships
Application Deadlines: March 01, Annually
The Knights of Columbus awards approximately 36 John W. McDevitt (Fourth Degree) Scholarships annually. An applicant must be a U.S. student entering thier freshman year of undergraduate study at a Catholic college or Catholic university in the United States, and a member in good standing of the Knights of Columbus or the wife, widow, son or daughter of such a member or deceased member. These are [...] More

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