Scholarships


Scholarships

Scholarships

General Requirements for All Scholarship Awards:

In order to be considered for a scholarship a student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA as outlined in the “Classification of Students” (see “Academic Requirement” section). In addition, students must remain in good standing until the end of the term of a scholarship in order to keep the scholarship. Should a student leave or be asked to leave by the College before the year has passed, the scholarships may revert back to the respective scholarship funds for redistribution to other students at a future date. Should any scholarship create a credit balance for a student, it will roll to the next semester as long as he/she continues to be a student in good standing and have active charges to his/her account. Should a student leave with a credit balance from a scholarship, that credit amount will revert back to the scholarship fund for redistribution to other students at a future date. Matching scholarship amounts will be placed on a student’s bill, dollar for dollar on the amount paid towards the bill up to the amount granted. Other college scholarships do not apply to the matching amount. Distribution of the matching funds will usually occur towards the end of each month until the award is paid out in its entirety. Payments arranged in the business office may alter monthly based on payments and scholarship amounts matched. Monthly statements will reflect the current payment due for the next month and projected payments for months to follow.

RECURRENT SCHOLARSHIPS

NOTICE: The following scholarships are automatically given based on the requirements. Students may only receive a maximum of one of the following scholarships per semester – the largest one for which they are eligible.

Children of Full-time Christian Workers:

A full-time Christian worker is defined as follows: Pastor, Associate Pastor, Evangelist, Missionary, and full time Christian Day School Worker, who is head of household, whose major source of income is from church or churches served. The scholarship will be $825 per semester for the first four (4) years. The student must be a dorm student taking at least 14 hours, and must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA as outlined in the “Classification of Students.”

College Ensemble:

This will pay for 15 to 17 hours tuition for two semesters. Each member will be required to travel representing the College for one calendar year. Requirements and tuition coverage are explained at the necessary audition held on campus as directed by the Music Chairman.

Most Outstanding Student:

This scholarship will be $750 per semester for the first two (2) years. The student must be a dorm student taking at least 14 hours and must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA as outlined in the “Classification of Students.” The student is eligible for two consecutive years after high school graduation. Those selected must be in a graduating class of at least 10 students to qualify.

Salutatorian:

This scholarship will be $375 per semester for the first two (2) years. The student must be a dorm student taking at least 14 hours and must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA as outlined in the “Classification of Students.” The student must have had a minimum of 3.25-grade point average on a 4.0 scale in high school. Those selected must be in a graduating class of at least 10 students to qualify.

Valedictorian:

This scholarship will be $750 per semester for the first two (2) years. The student must be a dorm student taking at least 14 hours and must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA as outlined in the “Classification of Students.” The student must have had a minimum of a 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale in high school. Those selected must be in a graduating class of at least 10 students to qualify.

CONDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

NOTICE: The following scholarships are given as funds are available and distributed based on the requirements of the scholarship and the decision of the Scholarship Committee.

General Scholarship:

Based on availability of funds, this scholarship is given to those students who maintain a minimum cumulative GPA as outlined in the “Classification of Students”, who have a financial need, and who demonstrate a high level of dedication to their studies and Christian service.

 

Kimberly Mischa Bevan Memorial Scholarship:

Monies from this fund will go to needy students who, like Mischa, are committed to serving the Lord in full-time Christian work. The “Mischa Bevan Story” along with a complete information packet is available upon request.

ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIPS:

The Southeastern Alumni Association awards scholarships annually. In 2017, the Alumni Association awarded $6,000 worth of scholarships to twelve happy students. These scholarships are generally awarded to sophomore through senior students. These scholarships are funded through the alumni 20/20 Vision monthly support.

Alumni Memorial Scholarships:

The Alumni Association receives donations from individuals who desire to memorialize their loved one by funding a scholarship in their loved one’s name. These memorial scholarships are generally awarded to students during the Spring Conference. A donor may choose to fund a one-time scholarship or an annual scholarship.

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