Scholarships for Seminary
TO BE ELIGIBLE for Scholarships and financial Aid in 2020-21, you must apply for Admissions by july 01, 2020.
United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities believes that theological education should be affordable and accessible. There are multiple ways to fund your education at United, from need-based tuition aid and institutional scholarships to third-party funding and federal student loans.
Need-based Tuition Aid
All masters students (both incoming and returning) are eligible to apply for the need-based tuition assistance for up to 40% of tuition.
Merit Scholarship (Dayton Scholarship)
All masters students (both incoming and returning) are eligible to apply for the Dayton Scholarship, a merit based scholarship. The Dayton Scholarship application is due May 01, 2020.
The Carpenter Scholarship is open to all incoming master's students. Awards range from $500-2,000 and cannot be extended beyond the first year.
The Arts Scholarship is open to new, incoming master's students who are practicing artists pursuing the Theology and the Arts Concentration. The award amount varies and cannot be extended beyond the first year.
Mary Bigelow McMillan Scholarship
The Mary Bigelow McMillan Scholarship is awarded to one new, incoming Presbyterian master's student at United each year. The recipient will receive up to 100% tuition for the academic year.
The Schilling Scholarship is open to United Church of Christ (UCC) students who are enrolled full-time in a master's degree program at United. The scholarship provides $2,500 for tuition for each trimester in which the student takes a minimum of 9 course credits.
United offers up to two 50% tuition scholarships per year for IFYC alums or staff enrolling in any of United’s degree programs.