Pagan/Wiccan Scholarships

For students of Wiccan faith who practice a neo-pagan, earth-centered religion, there are several Wiccan/Pagan scholarships to help pay for college. While the practice may not be as popular as other religions in academia, there are several Wiccan/Pagan scholarships exclusively for students who demonstrate their religious activism in their communities and schools. Specific Wiccan and Pagan organizations have put aside money specifically to support students who work to eradicate the false stigma associated with Wiccan and Pagan religions. There are also other organizations, such as the Jewish Federation of the East Bay, that offer college financial aid through college scholarships to applicants of any religious group, including Wiccan and Pagan believers.

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College-Based Scholarships

If you are a graduate or professional student interested in studying ancient religions, look for programs that offer fellowships for religious studies. Countless religion and theology programs offer grants or fellowships for both seminary students and students just looking to learn more about religious history, tradition, and philosophy. Religious history often explores natural religions such as Wiccan/Pagan. Since religion programs are specific, there are unique grant opportunities for graduate and professional students that will help cover the cost of education.

Jewish Community Federation College Scholarships

  • Application Deadline: 3/31/2022
  • Amount: Varies
  • The Jewish Community Federation provides scholarships for students to attend undergraduate or graduate programs at accredited nonprofit colleges or universities. Most (but not all) scholarships are for Jewish students from the Federation's service area, which includes the counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano, Marin, Napa, and Sonoma, to attend an [...] More

Michigan Pagan Scholarship Fund

  • Application Deadline: 4/1/2022
  • Amount: $500
  • The Michigan Pagan Scholarship purpose is to recognize and encourage young Pagans from the state of Michigan. Applicants must be 17 years of age or older, have a current GPA of 2.5 or higher, be Pagan, and currently accepted in a full time course of study in any accredited two- or four-year college or university. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's [...] More
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