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Presbyterian Scholarships

Here are some of the Presbyterian scholarships on our site for which you may qualify.

Eugene & Lydia Herman Scholarship Fund

Established by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Herman, this scholarship is awarded to second or third year students in the School of Theology M.Div. program who are candidates for ordination or licensing for pastoral ministry in either a Presbyterian or Lutheran Church.

Scholarship

Member of the Presbyterian Church. Preference will be given to those who select the following institutions related to the Presbyterian Church: San Francisco Theological in San Anselmo; Austin Presybterian Theological; Columbia Theological; University of Dubuque Theological; Johnson C. Smith Theological in Atlanta; Louisville Presbyterian Theological; McKormick Theological in Chicago; Pittsburgh Theological; Princeton Theological; Union Theological in Richmond and Charlotte, Southern California in Claremont. A minimum of a 3.0 on a 4.0 G.P.A.is required. Financial need is considered. Scholarships are granted for one year and are renewable. Application: First Presbyterian Church, Shreveport, LA Mary Ann Shaw, Ph. D., Chair Scholarship Committee First Presbyterian Church 900 Jordon Street Shreveport, LA 71101 Information found at: www.ptsem.edu/admissions/finaid/scholarships/presbyterian.php

Novak Award

Full-time students enrolled in Master degree programs for church vocations at approved Presbyterian theological institutions. Scholarship grants will also be awarded for full and part-time study toward the baccalaureate degree or certification at colleges, universities and vocational schools. Priority will be given to Presbyterian applicants from the states of Michigan and Ohio. Persons enrolled in church vocations at approved Presbyterian theological institutions may be awarded a maximum of $1500 on initial applications. They may receive up to $2000 on subsequent applications with evidence of continuing progress and according to need and availability of funds. All financial grants will be made payable to the session for distribution.

Presbyterian Study Grants

This is the first need based aid award made for Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) students. There are two awards (Racial Ethnic Supplemental Grant and Native American Supplemental Grant) that may be made to the qualifying Presbyterian Study Grant recipients who have remaining need.

Racial/Ethnic History Research Grant- General Commission on Archives and History- The United Methodist Church

This is the first need based aid award made for Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) students. There are two awards (Racial Ethnic Supplemental Grant and Native American Supplemental Grant) that may be made to the qualifying Presbyterian Study Grant recipients who have remaining need.

Racial/Ethnic Leadership Supplemental Grants

Applicants must be enrolled at least half-time in a prescribed program of study approved by presbytery; be studying in a PC (USA) seminary or in a theological institution approved by the Students Committee on Preparation for Ministry; be studying for the first professional degree and be enrolled as an inquirer or candidate by a PC (USA) presbytery for a church occupation, or be planning to take a position within the PC (USA) or one of the ecumenical agencies within the PC (USA) or one of the ecumenical agencies in which the PC (USA) participates. Awards range from $500 to $1,000 per academic year; renewal is possible. Ethnicity: African American, Asian American, Chicano/Latino/Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, Person of Color Specifics: Racial/Ethnic Leader Supplemental Grants are available for African American, Alaska Native, Asian American, Hispanic American or Native American students. Address: 100 Witherspoon St City/State/Zip: Louisville, KY 40202-1396

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