Episcopalian Scholarships

As a faith that values free thought almost as much as free food, it’s no surprise the Episcopal Church is committed to helping its members further their education by providing both local scholarships and national awards. Episcopalian scholarships exist to help its members find money for college, reduce student loans, and achieve their educational goals. The Episcopalian faith believes in community service and providing financial support to those in need. Plus, the church hopes that by giving you scholarship money, you will continue being active and productive member of the church and society.

To view scholarship information or fill out scholarship applications for common Baptist scholarships, click the links below. For a more complete list of scholarship opportunities, religious and otherwise, conduct a free college scholarship search.

Diocese of Mississippi Misticos Scholarships
Application Deadlines: March 01, Annually
The Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi offers a variety of college scholarships. Misticos Scholarships are awarded annually to one girl and three boys of either the Greek Orthodox or Episcopal Faiths, to be used for the expense of the persons named attending the colleges of their choice. The late Alexander Misticos established these scholarships as memorials to members of his family.

For more [...] More

ECF Fellowship Partners Program
Application Deadlines: March 11, Annually
Since 1964 the Episcopal Church Foundation (ECF) has supported over 200 scholars and ministry leaders throughout the Episcopal Church, fostering innovation in theological formation and ministerial leadership in challenging times. The Fellows who are selected have a significant track record of going on to share their knowledge, experience, and best practices with the wider Church in transformative [...] More

Ruth K. Jacobs Memorial Scholarship
Application Deadlines: February 01, Annually
Choristers Guild was founded in Los Angeles by the late Ruth Krehbiel Jacobs, based on an idea - the systematic development of Christian character in boys and girls through the medium of the church Children's Choir. The Scholarship Fund provides financial aid to full-time students preparing for church music ministry. An applicant must be a junior, senior, or graduate student majoring in music, [...] More

The Good Shepherd Scholarship
Application Deadlines: December 01, Annually
The Episcopal Campus Ministry at Purdue will offer one scholarship to a qualified Episcopalian first-year student enrolling at Purdue in the upcoming fall semester. A successful candidate should be able to demonstrate a passion and dedication to the full and free Christian faith embodied in the Anglican tradition. She or he should also be able to demonstrate a financial need.

For more [...] More

Young Christian Leaders Scholarship
Application Deadlines:
Funded by the law firm of Buttafuoco & Associates, YCL was created to support the next generation of dedicated, Christian professionals who will use their talents to impact their families, communities, and the world. YCL is for the empowerment of students who have shown dedication, character, promise, determination and a desire to apply those qualities to their God-given calling. Young people [...] More

Last Edited: January 2016

Scholarships by Type

Latest College & Financial Aid News

No Essay Scholarships 2017

January 19, 2017

by Susan Dutca

Not all scholarships are awarded to the best writers with the strongest essays. So whether you're too busy writing other essays for school or simply not the best at literary composition, there are scholarship providers that dole out funds for unique hobbies or skill sets; or even for simply entering a contest. Check out these no-essay (or essay-alternative) awards for a chance to fund [...]

Another Governor Pushing for Free College Tuition?

January 17, 2017

by Susan Dutca

Prospective Rhode Island college students may score two years of free college with Governor Gina M. Raimondo's $30 million plan, Rhode Island's Promise. Beginning with the class of 2017, the plan would foot full tuition bills and mandatory fees, according to Inside Higher Ed.

In an effort to "knock down the financial barriers to obtaining a college degree," Gov. Raimondo's proposed [...]

Modern College Culture: Sex, Booze & Entitlement?

January 10, 2017

by Susan Dutca

College is supposed to be the best four years of your life. Or as one sociology professor claims: "a big four-year orgy." Was college always this fun? History may indicate otherwise, and Lisa Wade highlights a "demographic shift" 300 years ago that changed the college campus landscape and made colleges bastions of sex, booze, and entitlement.

U.S. colleges during the colonial era [...]

Follow Us:

facebook twitter rss feed