All eligible Southeastern Scholarships for the Spring 2015 semester are now open for application through November 15, 2014. Some external and state scholarships may also be available. Please visit Southeastern’s recently updated Financial Aid Page to find out more and apply!
Are you targeting $$ for your education? Then don’t miss this chance to apply for potential dollars for tuition! Scholarship season for Spring semester 2015 is upon us. Beginning October 1, and running through November 15, new, current, and prospective students will be able to apply for Southeastern’s General and Designated Scholarships, as well as
Christian Community Credit Union has $50,000 in scholarships they need to give away! Interested? To qualify, applicants need to be: A member of Christian Community Credit Union with a Checking Account (newly-opened or existing) Attending a college, university, or seminary for the 2014-2015 academic year Enrolling (per semester/quarter) with 12 units or more for Undergraduate
The Financial Aid Office would like to remind you that many of the Fall 2011 scholarship deadlines are fast approaching. Be sure to check out our website to see what scholarship you may be eligible for.
The General Scholarship is Southeastern’s need-based scholarship and is available to College and Seminary students in all degree programs (Post-graduate and Advanced degrees are not guaranteed funding). You simply must be enrolled full-time on the Wake Forest campus. Please note that Keesee, Active IMB, Journeyman/ISC scholarship recipients are not eligible. The application period for the
The General Scholarship is Southeastern’s need-based scholarship which is available for all College and Seminary students in all degree programs (Post-graduate and Advanced degrees are not guaranteed funding). To be eligible, you must enroll as a full-time student on the Wake Forest campus in the Spring 2011 semester. Apply during the Spring Application Period (October
WASHINGTON – The children of military personnel who died in the line of duty since Sept. 11, 2001 can apply for an educational scholarship similar to the new Post-9/11 GI Bill. Benefits are retroactive to Aug. 1, 2009. The scholarship, which is administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs, are named after Marine Gunnery Sergeant
General Scholarship: Southeastern, through the generosity of donors, has established funds allotted for students who demonstrate financial need. •Need-based scholarship •College and Seminary students in all degree programs •Must be enrolled full time on the main campus •Keesee recipients are not eligible •Application available online •Application schedules: Application Period: March 1 – April 15 Click