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Search grants and scholarships
Luther Seminary offers several grants and scholarships that are both merit- and need-based through the admissions process. Students in their perspective degree-track programs must maintain the requisite course load. Graduate certificate students and non-degree students are not eligible for financial aid. Students must also be U.S. Citizens or Eligible Non-Citizens to receive the aid listed below. The amounts listed in the following table are effective for incoming students for the fall of 2016-2017.
|A note about Luther Seminary-awarded scholarships
Vocation, Directors and Trustee Scholarships
These three Luther Seminary scholarships are awarded to full-time students in the M.Div. and M.A. programs based on merit at the point of admission. These scholarship awards are automatic and do not require a separate application. Students will be notified if they received the scholarship through their acceptance letter. Scholarship amounts are renewable and will remain constant for the duration of the award.
- Students starting in the fall term must submit applications for admission by June 1
- Students starting in J-term or spring term must submit applications for admission by Nov. 1
Presidential, Leadership, Beloved Community, Wallace, Bonnie and Peter Raquet Scholarships
These five Luther Seminary scholarships require applications and carry specific deadlines and criteria. Please use the lookup tool below for additional information.
In addition, Luther Seminary maintains a list of scholarships that some of our students have received in the past from outside sources. Fill in your information in our scholarship database to see what other scholarships you might be eligible for.
Find out if you qualify
The grant and scholarship look-up tool is a feature that helps you benefit from the maximum aid possible in order to fund your seminary education. Filter various grant and scholarship opportunities by selecting from the drop-down menus below. Please note that you may not be eligible or quality for all the scholarships listed.
Scholarship Search Engines
Don't hesitate to contact the Office of Financial Aid with any questions you may have.