Scholarships


Evangel University offers a variety of scholarships and grants designed to help you finance your education at EU. To learn more about those scholarships, explore the various options below. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Financial Aid Counselors for assistance.


Undergraduate Scholarships and Awards

The following scholarships and grants are available to students enrolling at Evangel for the first time in the 2015-2016 academic year. All institutional aid is subject to coordination with federal, state, institutional, and outside aid policies.

Academic Scholarships

Performance Scholarships

Other Evangel Aid and Discounts

Assemblies of God Awards

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Graduate Scholarships and Assistantships

All scholarship and assistantship applications (pdf) should be received by March 1 for the following academic year.

Graduate Scholarships

Graduate Assistantships


Common Scholarship Myths

Senior year is the best time to start my scholarship search.
In fact, the junior year of high school is an ideal time to start the search – the sooner, the better. Many scholarships repeat year after year, so you can get a head start on seeing what will be available.

Scholarships are only for the top scholars and athletes.
Contrary to popular belief, not all scholarships take grades or athletic ability into consideration. It is a good idea to make a list of your family’s cultural, geographic, religious, and ethnic affiliation, hobbies, musical or dramatic capabilities. The broader the search criteria, the better your chances of finding one or more matches.

It’s too late for me; I’m not a high school student.
There are scholarships at every stage of your education, whether undergraduate, graduate or returning adult student.

Most awards are so small they’re not even worth the effort.
What is “so” small? $500? or $1,000? Nothing says that you can only win one scholarship. If you apply for several scholarships, that $1,000 could turn into $5,000 or more. In addition, even if you only get a small amount, that’s money that you will not need to borrower (with interest).

The competition is too intense; I don’t stand a chance.
Remember you have as good a chance of succeeding as anyone. In fact, just by carefully following rules to the letter, and answering questions thoughtfully and correctly, you are ahead of many applicants who do a sloppy job or overlook important criteria.

I don’t know where to even begin; it’s all too much for me.
When starting a scholarship campaign, it’s all about the search. Here are some pointers:

  • Beware of the scholarship scam. Avoid scholarship databases that charge candidates to register or charge a large processing fee, companies that claim to do all the work for the applicant, or out-of-the-blue announcements sent to a candidate about winning a scholarship for which they did not apply.
  • There are many resources out there for searching. Utilize the links we have provided above or visit our outside scholarships page.

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