AMBS to offer two new scholarships
Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) in Elkhart, Indiana, is offering two new scholarships.
The Multicultural Church Scholarship is for students who are currently serving in or preparing for ministry assignments in a multicultural context and/or who belong to historically underrepresented racial or ethnic groups within the Mennonite Church. Each year, this award will provide a limited number of 100-percent tuition grants to full-time students beginning a master’s program, or a limited number of 75-percent tuition grants to part-time students beginning a master’s program.
The MDiv Connect Student Scholarship provides a limited number of 75-percent tuition grants to students beginning the Master of Divinity (MDiv) Connect program.
Recipients of either scholarship can reside anywhere in the U.S. or Canada and do not need to move to the AMBS campus in Indiana to pursue seminary studies. They may receive these scholarships for the stated length of their academic program by meeting certain conditions. Applicants must be from the U.S. or Canada and be a member in good standing of a congregation that is affiliated with Mennonite World Conference or a related Anabaptist group.
The application deadline for these scholarships is March 1. Applicants must have been admitted to AMBS by March 1 to be considered for scholarships. For more information, please see ambs.edu/grow or contact Teresa Thompson Sherrill, enrollment and financial aid specialist, at email@example.com or 800-964-2627 ext. 227.