School of Intercultural Studies Scholarships

School-Wide Scholarships

Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship: The Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship is awarded based on financial need. International students must complete the Fuller Financial Aid Application to be considered. US citizens and permanent residents must complete the Fuller Financial Aid Application and the FAFSA to be considered. No additional application is necessary.

Angehr/Westbrook/McMillen Memorial Scholarship: The scholarship is awarded to the student who demonstrates Christian leadership, financial need, and maintains a 3.5 GPA.

ASC Ethnic American Scholarship: To qualify for the ASC Ethnic American Scholarship you must be of African-American, Hispanic, or Native American background, or from a developing country. You must demonstrate financial need. Other requirements are to be determined by the Multicultural Concerns Committee of the All-Seminary Council.

School of Intercultural Studies Auxiliary Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to students who are enrolled at least half-time, are preparing for ministry, and who demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.

Glenn and Margaret Barker Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by Glenn W. Barker, the first Provost of the seminary, in loving memory of his wife Margaret. After his passing the fund was expanded to provide an investment in seminarians to assist in financing their education for future ministry.

Barnabas Scholarship: This endowed fund has been established for School of Theology and School of Intercultural Studies students. It is the intent of the donors that the recipients not only benefit financially, but that the grants serve to illustrate the biblical model of Barnabas, who was a quiet enabler.

Heather Marie Bergman Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to a second career African American woman who is able to describe her vision for ministry after her seminary education as well as her previous/current ministry experience. She must also demonstrate financial need.

Call Family Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to students who have a genuine commitment to Jesus Christ and a deep commitment to integrate faith and training.

Hugh and Hazel Darling Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to students who attend full-time and demonstrate significant financial need.

John Dhanaraj Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to a second year student who is committed to serving in international missions.

Dunnavant/Reeves Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to master's-level students who maintain a 3.80 GPA and can clearly articulate personal ministry goals.

Fuller Auxiliary Scholarship. Students must be enrolled at least half-time status and demonstrate both academic achievement and financial need. The scholarship is awarded by the Fuller Auxiliary via a separate application process.

Rose R. and Genevieve Galuteria Christian Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to master's-level students who have a genuine commitment to Jesus Christ and a deep commitment to integrate faith and training. Preference is given to Hawaiian or international students.

Hubbard Merit Award: Recipients are chosen on the basis of merit.

George and Della Hummel Scholarship Fund: Established by Mrs. Della Hummel, this scholarship is given to a master's-level student with financial need who desires to integrate faith and training, and who demonstrates financial need.

International Student Scholarship: Given by Janet Holdcroft out of concern for developing Christian leadership among nationals in developing countries, this scholarship is awarded to a non-U.S. student who plans to return to his or her home country upon graduation.

Johnston/Yinger Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to second or third year students who demonstrate financial need and display an interest in evangelism, Christian formation, and discipleship in a cross-cultural context.

Korean Leadership Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to master's-level students (Americans or Korean nationals) who demonstrate a good balance between the ministry of church leadership and human caring. In addition, recipients must show a strong commitment to bridge-building, healing, and serving the community within the church, and must work in a church in the greater Los Angeles area.

Mildred C. McCrossan Memorial Scholarship: Recognizing Mildred McCrossan's concerns for the local church and its leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCrossan and Mr. David McCrossan honor her with this scholarship awarded to a student who plans to work with a frontier mission in evangelism and church planting.

Mr. and Mrs. J.E. McGill Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to master's-level student who demonstrate financial need and are in training for a pastoral or missional vocation with the intention of serving internationally. Preference is given to international students and to those training for ministry in developing countries.

Mephibosheth Scholarship: The recipient of the Mephibosheth Scholarship must be admitted as a "regular" student, be enrolled full-time in a degree program, and have a physical impairment or handicap. Preference is given to those applicants whose handicap prevents employment. A separate application process is required.

Merritt Scholarship: To qualify for the Merritt Scholarship you must demonstrate financial need.

Jerry and Nancy Owsley Scholarship Award: Established in memory of Jerry and Nancy Owsley by their children, this award is given to School of Intercultural Studies students from developing countries who plan to return to their native countries to minister upon graduation.

Peck Memorial Scholarship: A recipient of the Peck Memorial Scholarship must be a military veteran, blind or physically handicapped, and demonstrate financial need.

James Morton Reid/Sally Samuelson Scholarship: Established by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Samuelson, this grant is awarded to second-year students in the School of Intercultural Studies who are preparing for local church ministry.

Ruth Scholarship for Women: This scholarship is awarded to female students who maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA and demonstrate financial need.

School of Intercultural Studies Korean Scholarship: Requirements for this scholarship are determined by the Korean Studies Program.

Szeto Fellowship: To qualify for the Szeto Fellowship you must be an international visa student. Preference is give to students from China and other Asian countries.

Trowbridge Leadership Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to students who demonstrate leadership potential.

Bobs Watson Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial assistance to those students who maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 or better, and who are able to articulate how the Gospel can be communicated through the media and the arts.

Young-Nak Mission Scholarship: This scholarship provides assistance to Korean students who are preparing for mission services with preference for those who plan to serve in North Korea.

Doctoral Level Scholarships

Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship: The Charles E. Fuller Annual Scholarship is awarded based on financial need. International students must complete the Fuller Financial Aid Application to be considered. US citizens and permanent residents must complete the Fuller Financial Aid Application and the FAFSA to be considered. No additional application is necessary.

Charles and Jean Beckmann Scholarship Fund: This fund was established by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckmann to assist School of Intercultural Studies students who intend to return to their country of origin to communicate the Gospel more effectively to those of their own culture.

Julie Banks Memorial Scholarship: Recipients of this scholarship must be Australian nationals who have three or more years of work and ministry experience and are enrolled as PhD or D.Miss students. They must also be able to demonstrate how their interests and ministry goals focus on an interface between the Church and society. Preference will be given to students who plan to return to Australia upon completion of their degree.

Oi-Jen Tsin Chan Jubilee Scholarship: This scholarship is given to an international student from a developing country whose ministry plans include returning to their home country after completion of their program. Preference is given to students from China. (PhD only)

Bronson International Scholarship: Endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bronson, this scholarship assistance is provided for foreign nationals who plan to return to their home country to more effectively communicate the Gospel to those of their own culture.

Walter and Reba Dilworth Scholarship: The Dilworth Scholarship is intended for an international visa student in a PhD or D.Miss program in the School of Intercultural Studies program. The recipient must show high academic achievement as well as financial need. This student must have defined plans for ministering in his or her home country.

Margaret Gallagher Jubilee Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to international visa students from developing nations who are enrolled as PhD or D.Miss students and who plan to return to their home country upon completion of their degrees. Applicants must also be able to describe their plans for ministering in their home country.

Hansen Family Scholarship: To qualify for the Hansen Family Scholarship you must be of African-American, Hispanic, or Native American background, or from a developing country. You must be enrolled in a PhD program in the School of Theology, School of Psychology or School of Intercultural Studies. You must have an academic focus on equipping leaders of the church and demonstrate financial need.

J. Edward Headington Jubilee Scholarship: This scholarship is given to an international student from a developing country whose ministry plans include returning to his or her home country after completion of their program. (PhD only)

Paul and Betty Honzik Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to international visa students who are enrolled as PhD students and are members of the Presbyterian denomination. Recipients must plan to return to their home countries upon completion of their degrees and demonstrate financial need.

Oscar and Ailene Lucksinger Scholarship: This scholarship is given to an international student from a developing country whose ministry plans include returning to his or her home country after completion of the degree program. (PhD only)

Daniel and Pearl Pierson Jubilee Scholarship: This scholarship is given to an international student from a developing country whose ministry plans include returning to his or her home country after completion of the degree program.

School of Intercultural Studies International Fellowship: Recipients of this fellowship must be international visa students from developing nations who are enrolled as PhD students. Recipients must be able to describe their plans to return to their home countries to minister.

Women's Jubilee Scholarship: This scholarship is awarded to female international visa students from developing countries who are enrolled as PhD students. Recipients must be able to describe their plans to return to their home countries to minister.

Scholarships are awarded based on available funding each year. The list above is a reliable guide in representing scholarships that have been available in the recent past, but the future availability of any fund is subject to change.
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