Scholarships

Every student deserves the opportunity to pursue a world-class education they can afford. That is why Shiloh University exists. We are driven to educate tomorrow’s Christian leaders without crippling their financial future.

We first encourage students to explore their Federal Student Aid and military aid options. But for those with additional needs, the University is always working to expand available scholarship opportunities.

Shiloh University offers both need-based and merit-based scholarship programs. Priority for scholarship funds is given to traditionally underserved populations and to individuals in pastoral training programs. Scholarships are awarded annually on a first-come first-serve basis. All domestic scholarship applicants, merit-based or need-based must complete a FAFSA as part of their scholarship application.

See the scholarship policy page for general scholarship criteria and information about the award process.

Jennifer Plank and Pete Thompson Scholarship Fund (Two $600 awards)

A fund established in honor of Jennifer Plank and Pete Thompson (who love to participate in congregational worship) to provide tuition assistance for Pastoral and Worship Ministries who are students in good standing with the University. Preference is given to worship ministries.
Email financial-aid@shilohuniversity.edu for eligibility and application requirements.

Dottie Forbes Memorial Scholarship Fund (Up to $1,500)

A fund established by the Forbes Family and the Grants Pass Community Church in the loving memory of Dottie Forbes to provide for the needs of the Living Word Fellowship’s future leaders as they fulfill their unique purpose in the Lord. Only biblical or ministerial Undergraduate and Graduate degree students, who are active members of the Living Word Fellowship churches, are eligible to apply.
Email financial-aid@shilohuniversity.edu for eligibility and application requirements.

Hispanic Christian Leadership Scholarship (One $500 award)

This scholarship has been established, in partnership with the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, to address the educational and academic needs of the Hispanic American faith community. Funds are available to support the needs of qualified undergraduate or graduate students of Hispanic ethnicity who are active members of an NHCLC affiliated church.
Email financial-aid@shilohuniversity.edu for eligibility and application requirements.

Christian Leadership Scholarship

It is central to the University’s mission to provide high-quality Christian ministry degrees to a worldwide audience. In order to meet the needs of current and future Christian Leaders across the globe, in addition to providing discounts of up to 50% depending on the student’s country of residence, the University provides scholarships to those with personal financial needs. This scholarship is only eligible for Undergraduate and Graduate students with a demonstrated financial need.
Email financial-aid@shilohuniversity.edu for eligibility and application requirements.

 

Interested in donating?

Supporting Christian education is one of the most effective ways to participate in the Great Commission and to ensure that future and current Christian leaders have the educational foundation they need. In addition, Shiloh University’s commitment to affordable tuition rates means that every dollar donated makes a significant impact on student educational costs.

Find out more about giving to an existing scholarship fund, or establishing one, on the University’s giving to scholarships page or contact the Shiloh University Financial Aid Office for more information.