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Financing Your Education
Financing your seminary education requires determination, careful planning, and most importantly—faith. While we maintain that financing a seminary education remains the responsibility of the student, we also believe that God provides for those who are diligent in obeying His call. Students seeking financial aid should review resources available through the School of Divinity and Regent University's Central Financial Aid office.
Receiving School of Divinity Financial Aid
School of Divinity Financial Aid is grouped into three award categories:
- Academic and need-based scholarships
- Ministry and military tuition discounts
- Church and ministry tuition matching grants
The School of Divinity reviews financial aid applications after students have been accepted. To be eligible, students must be enrolled at least full or part time (depending on the award),
be in good academic standing (i.e., cannot be on academic probation) and making satisfactory academic progress towards a
degree, be able to meet minimum cost-of-living expenses and demonstrate personal initiative through savings, personal
support or other income.
Additional questions about financial aid are answered in our Frequently Asked Questions or you may contact School of Divinity Admissions with your question(s).