United Methodist Scholarships - Requiring CERTIFICATION and MEMBERSHIP in the United Methodist Church
MEMBERSHIP in the United Methodist Church and CERTIFICATION from your minister, pastor, or priest are requirements for the following scholarships:
The George and Minnie Reamer Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to applicants who will have during the incoming academic year junior or senior status and who fulfill the following considerations. First consideration is to a young person of the Hope United Methodist Church of Flint, Michigan. Second consideration is to any young person preparing for full-time Christian service from the Detroit Annual Conference. Third consideration is to any young person of the United Methodist Church preparing for full-time Christian service.
The Grace United Methodist Church Scholarship is funded by the Grace United Methodist Church and is awarded to Christian students at North Central College, who are full-time, degree-seeking students, who are active in the United Methodist Church, and who are in good standing with the college.
The purpose of the Edna Schmidt Scholarship is to encourage United Methodist students from the Wisconsin Annual Conference to attend North Central College. Eligible applicants must be a member of the United Methodist Church, must have financial need, must be in good academic standing with the college, and must be a full-time student.
The purpose of the Smith-Zehnder Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to North Central College students who meet the following considerations. First consideration will be given to grandchildren of the donor; second consideration will be given to young people of the Mounds Park United Methodist Church of St. Paul, Minnesota; and third consideration will be given to young people of the United Methodist churches in the Twin Cities. Nothing is intended to limit scholarship to students coming from United Methodist churches located in any other conference.
The Tallulah Fisher Williams Scholarship was established to provide financial assistance to eligible applicants from North Central College who meet the following criteria. Eligible applicant must be a member of the United Methodist Church and must be an African-American, Christian student with leadership potential. Priority shall be given to United Methodist students preparing for full-time service in the church and to students whose cumulative GPA is 2.25 or higher.