• Kuyper College Scholarship Information

    Kuyper College offers various scholarships that affirm students that value academic rigor, Christ-like leadership, and celebrate the diversity of Christ's church.

    Kuyper College Academic Scholarships

    These academic scholarships are automatically awarded to eligible students soon after an admission decision is made.  Selection is based on information that is collected through the admission process and no further application is required.  Students must be offered regular admission (without any academic provisions) to be eligible for these scholarships.  These merit-based scholarships are also renewable for up to four years* based on criteria indicated below.

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     Kuyper Scholarship Chart - Incoming Student  First Year Students (attempted fewer than 12 college credits)
     Kuyper Scholarship Chart - Transfer Student (attempted 12 or more college credits)
     Kuyper Scholarship Chart - Canadian Student

    Christian Leadership Scholarship

    Kuyper College values Christ-like servant leadership. This competitive scholarship is sponsored through our Kuyper College alumni and is for students that serve in leadership positions at school, work, church, or in the community. A 3.2 GPA is needed to apply. 

    The Scholarship committee selects two incoming students and two current students each year o receive this award. The application deadline is February 15, and the award is $2,000 per year and renewable for up to four years. 

    See the details: 
    Christian Leadership Scholarship Information 

    Christian Leadership Scholarship Application 

    Christian_Leadership_Scholarship_Reference_Form
    (you will need 2 references for the scholarship application) 

    Christian Ministry Scholarship

    The Christian Ministry Scholarship recognizes the commitment of parents who work in full-time Christian ministry such as pastor, missionary or other vocational Christian ministry. To qualify, the parent's primary income must be through a Christian non-profit organization. The scholarship will be coordinated with other aid and is based on the availability of funds. Students interested in applying for the Christian Ministry Scholarship should have both their application for admission and the Christian Ministry Scholarship Application submitted by February 15 for full consideration.

    See the details:
    Christian Ministry Scholarship Information  

    Christian Ministry Scholarship Application  

    Multicultural Scholarship

    The Multicultural Scholarship is a celebration of diversity. These scholarships are offered to selected first year students based on the admissions application essays, cross-cultural experiences, and the student’s ethnic, cultural and socioeconomic background. Several Multicultural Scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 are given annually as part of Kuyper College’s efforts to create an intercultural student body and a campus community that celebrates cultural diversity. A GPA of 2.5 or higher is required. Recipients of the Multicultural Scholarship are expected to use their talents at Kuyper College by being involved in student leadership and by striving to develop their academic, spiritual, and social leadership skills. 

    See the details: 
    Multicultural Scholarship Information   

    Multicultural Scholarship Application 

    Kuyper College Endowed Scholarships
    Kuyper College has an assortment of endowed scholarships that are awarded on the basis of several criteria including financial need, career interest, academic achievement and special status. The Kuyper College endowed scholarships are awarded by the Financial Aid Office based on evaluation of the above criteria, the completion of our Admissions Application along with the FAFSA. A minimum GPA of 2.0 or higher is required to receive an endowed scholarship.
    Kuyper College Facing Your Future Scholarship
    This is a one-time $2,000 scholarship to attend Kuyper College awarded to any student who has completed the Facing Your Future (FYF) program through Calvin Theological Seminary.  Kuyper College's vision and purpose is to "equip students with a Biblical, Reformed worldview to serve effectively Christ's church and His world."  Those students who attend FYF are just the type of students who thrive at Kuyper College.  This scholarship is yet another way that Kuyper College wants to connect with and serve FYF participants as they continue to explore and prepare for their future as students at Kuyper.

    See the details: 
    Facing Your Future Scholarship 
    Kuyper College Alumni Scholarship
    This scholarship awards up to $500 for dependents of Kuyper College alumnus who are enrolled full-time and in good academic standing. Alumni information is collected on the application for admission. 
    Kuyper College Sibling Scholarship
    Kuyper College will award $500 Sibling Scholarships to students who have at least one sibling who is concurrently enrolled at Kuyper. Each sibling may receive up to $500 per academic year if they are enrolled full-time, in good academic standing, and considered dependents according to the 2014-2015 FAFSA application. Qualified siblings should contact the Financial Aid Office to be considered for the scholarship.
    Contact the Financial Aid Office 
    Kuyper College Church Matching Grant

    The Church Matching Grant was developed to encourage churches to support students from their congregation who are pursuing a Christian higher education. Kuyper College will match church funds up to $500.

    See the details:
     Church Matching Grant Information   

    Church Matching Grant Application 

    Visit Grant
    For any student who attends a Kuyper Experience Day (or has made arrangements with the Visit Coordinator to qualify an individual visit) before enrolling at Kuyper College, a $200 visit grant will be credited to the student's tuition account when beginning studies at Kuyper.  
    Kuyper College Grants
    The Kuyper College Grant is awarded by the Financial Aid Office to students who demonstrate a significant level of unmet need based on the FAFSA and have a minimum GPA of 2.0 or higher.
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