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Graduate Student Scholarships
At Cornerstone University, we want to see each student succeed and achieve their educational goals. To help make this a reality, scholarships and grants are accessible to graduate and seminary students based on both merit and financial need, and some are specific to degree program and demographic.
Seminary Student Scholarships
Seminary students who are interested in applying for aid must complete both the FAFSA and the Seminary Scholarship Application. New students must receive acceptance for admission to be considered for scholarships. Scholarships can be applied for the fall and spring terms. Financial loans are available for all semesters, provided you maintain part-time enrollment status.
The priority deadline for the application is July 1 for new and readmit students and March 31 for returning students.
|Paul A. Beals Missions Scholarship|
|Joe Crawford Scholarship|
|Clarence and Pauline Doane Scholarship|
|David Eifert Scholarship|
|Esther Gilbertson Scholarship|
|Global Impact Scholarship|
|James Murray Grier Academic Scholarship|
|Gerald O. and Henrietta A. Jennex Scholarship|
|Gunn Memorial Scholarship|
|David and Coila Kennedy Scholarship|
|Macy Mission Scholarship|
|Woodrow McCaleb Leadership Scholarship|
|McKinney Family Scholarship|
|Nienhuis Family Scholarship for Pastoral Ministry|
|George Samuelson Scholarship|
|Joe & Martie Stowell Ministry Leaders Scholarship|
|Sugden Seminary Scholarship|
|Dallas Thompson Scholarship|
Cornerstone University Graduate Student Scholarship
Cornerstone University Graduate Student Scholarships are extremely competitive and are awarded to a select group of students each year. Students who are selected will receive a full-tuition scholarship.
To be eligible to receive a Cornerstone University Graduate Student Scholarship, students must be degree-seeking and admitted to a Cornerstone University graduate program. The scholarship is renewable automatically each semester provided recipient remains in good academic standing throughout the duration of their program.
- Apply to a Cornerstone graduate program and receive admission to the program.
- Obtain a letter of recommendation from a current Cornerstone University staff or faculty member to be uploaded to the scholarship application.
- Complete the Cornerstone University Graduate Student Scholarship application. As part of the application process, interested students should plan to submit their recommendation letter and also answer questions related to their interest in actively participating in Cornerstone’s Grand Rapids campus community.
With your dedication to achieving your goals, you can unlock even more opportunities for resources and financial support. Please note that Cornerstone is not affiliated with any of the following resources.
AASPA Leon Bradly
The AASPA Leon Bradley Scholarship from the American Association of School Personnel Administrators is for minorities and persons of color who intend to enter school leadership fields
American Association on Health and Disability
Frederick J Krause Scholarship on Health and Disability is an opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students with a disability pursuing studies related to health and disability. Applicants must be a US citizen or resident and complete application requirements, including documented disability verification.
PNC Educational Scholarship
The PNC Education Scholarship is a random drawing for eligible students. To be considered, you must complete a series of questions regarding your financial literacy.
We’re committed to providing you the resources and tools you need to chart your path toward financing your education. Check out these helpful links to learn more about finding scholarships and managing your investment.
- CareerOneStop Scholarship Finder
- Discover Scholarships Directory
- Federal Student Aid Grants and Scholarships
- Grand Rapids Community Foundation
- International Education Financial Aid (IEFA)
- Kalamazoo Community Foundation
- Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area
- Allegan County Community Foundation
- Muskegon County Community Foundation
- U.S. Department of Education