A number of Lipscomb donors have established funds to help students preparing for ministry. To receive this assistance, applicants must demonstrate progress toward an undergraduate degree in Bible.
In order to be considered for a Religious Service Scholarship, you must:
- Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
- File the Religious Service Scholarship application, below
- Maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Make academic progress toward a degree in Bible and ministry
Factors influencing the amount of scholarship awarded include financial need, academic achievement, leadership ability and service. A Religious Service Scholarship may be renewed each year by filing a renewal application, maintaining a 2.0 GPA, progressing toward a degree in Bible and filing a FAFSA each year.
Religious Service Scholarships are subject to GPA and probation restrictions as described in the current catalog and are available only for the customary duration of an academic program—126 attempted credit hours for undergraduates.
If you have any questions about this, please contact George Goldman at email@example.com.