Students applying to the Master in Teaching program are automatically considered for a tuition scholarship up to $3000.
Through the support of our generous donors, the M.A. in Theology program is pleased to offer a limited number of scholarships each year. These scholarships are awarded prior to the start of fall term, and typically will cover 25% of tuition each term, limited to three courses/nine credits. Awards are made, first, on the basis of financial need, second, on the basis of academic progress.
Must be matriculated within the MA in Theology program, at least half-time (3 or more credits) maintain a 3.0 grade point average. Where these requirements are not met, funds may be withdrawn
In order to apply, please complete the FAFSA www.fafsa.gov and the following
Application will be available during awarding period in August.
Whitworth University Master Of Arts in Theology Department
Application is made in the Graduate Studies in Education office.
Whitworth Graduate Studies in Education (GSE) sponsors scholarships for students who are admitted to the university and come from an underrepresented racial or ethnic population or who have lived in a culture outside their own where they experienced being in the significantly underrepresented population for more than a year, or who have a permanent disability. To apply for this scholarship, students should submit the GSE Diversity Scholarship Application to the Graduate Studies in Education office. The scholarship covers 25% of tuition costs for courses that are charged at the standard GSE rate and may not be used in conjunction with other Whitworth-sponsored aid.
Application is made in the Graduate Studies in Education office
The Graduate Studies in Education department will award support grants to eligible students upon application. Support grants are intended for students who demonstrate financial need through their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).