Through the generosity of Tyndale donors and the Seminary itself, Tyndale Theological Seminary is able to offer a number of endowed scholarships. Competition for these awards is highly selective. The number of awards is very limited and varies each year. Any Tyndale Theological Seminary student who meets the qualifications can apply for scholarship.
The Kay Courtney Courage and Devotion Award
Established to honor the courage and devotion of Kay Courtney to her Lord and to her family. The scholarship is awarded annually to one woman who is nominated for courageous devotion to the Lord and to her family. Candidates who are nominated will be informed of their nomination and asked to submit an application. The most deserving applicant will be chosen by the scholarship committee from the nominees and awarded a one-year scholarship, to include tuition, fees, and books.
The Homeschool Graduate Scholarship
Established to support homeschoolers and their families. All homeschool graduates entering the undergraduate program are eligible. Award is 50% of tuition cost per term awarded.
The Homeschool Parent Scholarship
Established to invest in those who invest uniquely in their children by homeschooling. Any parents who are currently homeschooling at least one child and are entering any undergraduate Tyndale degree program are eligible (graduate programs not eligible). Award is 100% of tuition cost per term.
Qualifications include (in addition to individual scholarship requirements):
1. Applying student must maintain 15 hours of attendance per year.
2. Applying student must maintain a 3.5 GPA for all enrolled courses unless otherwise stipulated by the terms of the scholarship.
Failure to adhere to these qualifications during scholarship award period will result in revocation of unapplied scholarship awards.
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