Faithful Servant Seminary Module Scholarship

Faithful Servant Seminary Module Scholarship

Faith Baptist Theological Seminary announces the availability of scholarships to assist pastors, assistant pastors, and missionaries in beginning their Master of Arts program. Ten individuals will be chosen to receive a 50% tuition discount on the first three two-credit hour modules in their M.A. program.

This scholarship is open to new students only. For the purpose of this scholarship, a new student is defined as a person who has never taken a class at FBTS or has not taken a seminary class for credit at FBTS during the three years prior to applying for this scholarship.

How to Apply
1. Apply for admission to Faith Baptist Theological Seminary by downloading the application. You must submit the complete application to be considered for this scholarship. The module-only application will not be sufficient.

2. Complete the online application for the Faithful Servant Scholarship below. This application requires you to submit a brief essay (500–1,000 words) stating why you desire to attend Faith and the benefits you hope to achieve for your life and ministry through your education.

Selection Criteria
1. Current involvement in vocational Christian service as a pastor, assistant pastor, or missionary

2. Completion of the application for admission to Faith Baptist Theological Seminary (including reference forms). The reference forms will serve the dual purpose of evaluation for acceptance for admission and for scholarship consideration.

3. Demonstration of potential for seminary-level study based on college transcript(s)

4. Expression of personal and ministry benefits through the scholarship application essay

Deadline
You must complete your seminary application, along with the scholarship application, by June 30, 2013. Apply early, however, because only a limited number of scholarships are available. The FBTS faculty will choose the recipients within ten days of the submission of the admission and scholarship applications.

You must take all three modules within a 24-month period of time. You must earn a B (3.0) in each module to retain scholarship eligibility.

Take advantage of this opportunity to enhance your education and strengthen your ministry.

 

Faithful Servant Scholarship Application

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