Christian Scholarships

If you practice Christianity under any denomination or movement, you’re in luck. There are a number of scholarship opportunities out there for Christian college-bound students, both specific to a denomination and more generally for Christian scholarship seekers. Whether you’re looking to study theology, come from a missionary background, want to enter into a seminary school, or are simply someone who identifies him or herself as Christian, make sure you do your research into the funding available out there, as a number of private organizations and foundations have funding earmarked to help you cover your college costs. A good resource may also be the church or faith-based organization you belong to, or contacting the college you’ll be applying to directly, especially if it’s a private, religious institution.

To view scholarship information for some examples of Christian scholarships, click the links below. Many of these scholarships have fairly specific eligibility criteria, so reach the descriptions carefully and contact the appropriate scholarship coordinators for more information. For a more complete list of scholarship opportunities, religious and otherwise, conduct a free college scholarship search.

The Winston-Salem Foundation Emma Kapp Ogburn Memorial Fund
Application Deadlines: April 01, Annually
The Emma Kapp Ogburn Memorial Fund was established in September 1946 by S.C. Ogburn as a memorial to his wife, Mrs. Emma Kapp Ogburn to provide scholars hips to Forsyth County residents of the Methodist denomination who will pursue education for the Methodist ministry or Christian education. The scholarship may provide non-renewable awards of varying amounts based on available income of the fund. [...] More

Twin Tiers Youth for Christ Scholarship
Application Deadlines: March 28, Annually
Candidates for the Twin Tiers Youth for Christ Scholarship must be a Christian and live in Chemung County or an adjacent county for at least six months. The student must be enrolled or will be enrolled in an accredited four-year college or university and must obtain a recommendation from a pastor of a Christian church. Candidates must complete the Twin Tiers Youth for Christ Scholarship [...] More

Dora Maclellan Brown Seminary Scholarship
Application Deadlines: February 15, Annually
Scholarships given to Christian men and woman from the greater Chattanooga area who are theologically and biblically conservative, and are seeking a Masters of Divinity or Masters of Theology degree at a theological seminary approved by The Foundation. The Scholarship Committee's preference is for candidates for the pulpit ministry, although applications for other ministry training will be [...] More

Colorado Christian University Athletics Scholarships
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The Athletics Scholarship is available to student-athletes in CCU's College of Undergraduate Studies who are recommended for scholarship consideration by the CCU Athletics Department. Recipients must maintain satisfactory academic progress, unless otherwise noted by the Athletics Department. Scholarship amounts vary. Prospective student athletes should contact their specific coach for further [...] More

Diamonds in the Rough Ministry International Scholarship
Application Deadlines: May 03, Annually
The hope of Diamonds in the Rough Ministry Intl. is to empower women down the road of self-discovery and self-worth in Jesus Christ. The Diamonds in the Rough Ministry Intl. Scholarship is for high school senior females who excel in all things, including academics, community service, and extracurricular activities. Applicant Eligibility: - Female - High School Seniors - Minimum GPA of 2.5 [...] More

Colorado Christian University - Presidential Scholar
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The Presidential Scholars Award is merit based and awarded to undergraduate students who meet the criteria. $9,000 President's Scholarship ($36,000 over four years) Recipients typically have a 3.8 GPA and an ACT score of 28 or SAT II composite score of 1,850. To maintain eligibility, students should maintain a cumulative 3.5 GPA at CCU and meet all student aid eligibility requirements. [...] More

Foundation for College Christian Leaders Scholarships
Application Deadlines: May 09, Annually
The purpose of the Foundation is to assist Christian individuals with identified leadership history, high academic achievement and financial need with academic, vocational and ministry training to further the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. The following are the minimum guidelines that must be met before a candidate will be considered for scholarship: 1. Christian testimony, and verifiable Christian [...] More

WMU Foundation Scholarships
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WMU Foundation offers the following scholarship funds: Scholarships for Children of Missionaries/Margaret Funds - These funds are endowment funds established to grant scholarships to sons and daughters of home and international missionaries. Applications shall be submitted to the office of application origin. Representatives of the WMU Executive Office in cooperation with WMUF staff will [...] More

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