Church Training and Deaconess House Scholarship Fund supports Episcopalian women in a graduate program to further their lay or ordained ministry. Made possible by the Diocese of Pennsylvania, grants range from $2,000-3,000 and are renewable upon reapplication. Deadline is March 21.
Holy Trinity Centennial Trust Scholarship assists students studying to be involved in lay or ordained ministry in the Episcopal Church or the Anglican Communion. Deadline is March 31.
The Daniel R. Hoover Scholarship supports graduate students studying in the field of ministry who exhibit financial need, academic merit, and community service, with preference given to students from North Carolina and secondarily to those attending a school in the South. Deadline is January 27.
The International Order of The King’s Daughters and Sons has a Student Ministry Scholarship Department which grants financial aid to Master of Divinity students preparing for a full-time religious vocation with a B grade average or better. Request applications between January 1 and March 31. Deadline is April 30.
The Anne Kumpuris Scholarship honors academic achievement by a seminarian seeking ordination in the Episcopal Church. One scholarship of $10,000 is awarded annually to a student entering the second or third year of studies. Deadline is May 15.
Military Chaplain Candidate Scholarship is available to full-time seminarians who plan to be a military chaplain and who have an appointment or are in active service as a “Chaplain Candidate” in one of the Armed Services. Deadline is March 15.
The Order of the Daughters of the King offers need-based scholarships from its Masters Fund for Daughters and other women who are members of the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Communion, or churches in communion with the Episcopal Church who are studying for leadership and service within the church. Deadline is March 15 for Fall and October 1 for Spring or Summer awards.
Point Foundation oversees the National LGBTQ Scholarship Fund, which awards scholarships to graduate students who demonstrate academic achievement, financial need, leadership, and involvement in the LGBTQ community. Applications must be completed online and the initial step must be submitted by January 14.
The Roothbert Fund awards scholarships for candidates who have excellent grades and are “motivated by spiritual values” they seek to manifest in everyday life, with preference given to those considering a career in teaching/education. Applications are available on their website from November 1 through January 31. Deadline is February 1.
The Scudder Association awards educational grants based on academic merit and financial need to students studying the field of ministry. Complete an application obtained at their website and then contact the VTS Office of Financial Aid for the referring association member’s name (as required on the scholarship application). Deadline is April 15.
SeminaryScholarships.org A comprehensive, filterable, listing of over 160 scholarships available to seminary students
Shepherd Scholarship from the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry is for students from a Masonic or Scottish Rite background who are studying for degrees that “benefit the human race.” Applications are available online. Deadline is March 31.