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Providence University College seeks to reward excellence. One of the ways donors can be involved with Providence in rewarding excellence in through the scholarship program. Scholarships are financial assistance offered to students on the basis of academic achievement, artistic performance or community involvement.
Providence University College offers scholarships to entering and returning students based on their grades. These scholarships allow the best and brightest Christian students to begin and complete degree programs that prepare them for service in the world and in the church. Providence also has many scholarships in place for outstanding students in particular areas at the University College and at the Seminary, such as an academic program or Christian leadership. By donating to the Scholarship Fund, donors can contribute to these scholarships to ensure that high-achieving students receive the recognition and assistance they deserve.
Create a New Scholarship
If you have a passion for a specific field of study, whether that be youth ministry or media work, you can create a scholarship to reward students who meet qualifications you set. Scholarships are often given in memory of someone, to honor someone, or in the donor's own name. For example, a group of family members would like to create a scholarship to honor their parents who are musicians, and the scholarship is to be awarded to a student in the B.A. program with a Music major. It could be named the “John and Jane Doe Music Scholarship.” Donations to these scholarships can made annually, or in perpetuity through Providence Legacy Fund. Contact us for more details on how you can create a new Providence Scholarship.
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