American Baptist Financial Aid Program

The Office of Financial Aid for Studies, American Baptist Home Mission Societies, administers the American Baptist Financial Aid Program that supports college students, graduate students and seminarians.


To be considered for an undergraduate scholarship, a student must be the following:
- An active member of an American Baptist church for at least one year before applying for aid
- Preparing to enter an accredited institution in the United States or Puerto Rico as a full-time freshman in the fall of the application year
AND
- A U.S. citizen.

Scholarship amounts vary and are paid directly to the school and credited toward the recipient’s tuition. Scholarships are renewable and require that the student maintain a minimum GPA of 2.75. These scholarships may not be combined with other funding provided by National Ministries.

To be considered for a graduate studies scholarship, students must be the following:
- An active member of an American Baptist church for at least one year before applying for aid
- Enrolled at an accredited institution in the United States or Puerto Rico
AND
- A U.S. citizen

For more information and application instructions, please visit our website.

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