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Baptist Theological Heritage Scholarship

Award Amount
$9,900
Awards Available
350
Deadline
July 15, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • In order to help combat the rising cost of theological education at the undergrad and graduate levels, HBITS is awarding 350 full tuition scholarships to students meeting the criteria herein listed.

    Eligibility:
    -The student must be entering the seminary at the undergraduate level, that means taking a first associate's or bachelor's degree program
    -The student must be intending on earning their bachelor's degree at a minimum
    -The students awarded, must show proof of having graduated high school
    -The students must commit to attending the Houston, TX campus
    -The student must understand these guidelines, and understand that at this time, student housing is not available. If the student wishes to avail himself of this scholarship, they must live in, near, or around Houston, TX or be willing to move or commute as necessary
    -The student must formally apply and be accepted to the seminary

    The criteria for awarding the scholarship is simple:
    -The student must agree to all of the above
    -The student must show proof of graduating from High School (transcripts will be required-they can be mailed after the enrollment process, but the student can not graduate without them)
    -The student must attend the campus worship service on Sunday at 11AM. All other attendance is encouraged but not required
    -The student agrees and understands that, if accepted for a scholarship, that tuition is covered 100 percent, however small cost still exist. (books, graduation fees/admin fees and regalia for graduation, some of this is optional, some is not)
    -The Baptist Institute and Theological Seminary is a Registered 501(c)3 non-profit public charity and thrives off of the love offerings of others to cover expenses. In appreciation of HBITS giving away the tuition, we would kindly ask students to consider giving a recurring love offering of any amount through our website
    -The first 350 students meeting this criteria will automatically be accepted and the program will then be closed

    If students enter at the associates level and complete four years (Bachelor Degree) in any of our programs of Study, the value of the scholarship will be $9,900.00 Including tuition, and partially waved fees associated with the scholarship.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Adam Johnson
  • 10709 Bauman Road
  • Houston, TX 77076
  • admin@hbits.org
  • 866-270-1515

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