General Scholarships

General NSOM Scholarships

All students with a completed Neuhoff School of Ministry graduate degree-seeking application are eligible to apply for Neuhoff School of Ministry general scholarships.

To apply:

The deadline to apply for 2019 - 2020 scholarships is July 1st, 2019!

Please note the following:

  • Awards may be applied to Fall 2019, Spring 2020 and Summer 2020 only!

 

  • Applicants must complete their graduate degree seeking application prior to the scholarship deadline in order to qualify.
  • Scholarships must be renewed annually, which will require a new FAFSA and scholarship application by July 1st each year. 

Contact the Coordinator of Graduate Enrollment at 972.265.5814 or ministry@udallas.edu with questions about the scholarship application process or renewing your scholarship. 

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