There are plenty of options for you to acquire funds through scholarships.
College Funded Scholarships
Presidential Scholarship—This scholarship may be awarded by the President to students on the basis of academic excellence coupled with Christian character. The amount of the scholarship will be determined by the President on a semester basis. The scholarship may be renewed at the discretion of the President.
Public Relations Scholarship—A public relations representative may offer, at his/ her discretion, a scholarship to be divided evenly over four semesters. One must be a full-time, on-campus student to be eligible. Final approval for the scholarship and the amount must come from the President.
Ministry in Music Scholarship—Scholarships are available to those who qualify as a member of a full-time traveling musical group. This scholarship will cover for up to 16 hours of tuition, room and board, and fees after all entitlements have been applied. This scholarship is more fully described in the “Public Relations Group Contract” which each member signs.
Missionary Kids in College—A scholarship worth $250 per semester per eligible student is provided by the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Woman’s Missionary Society. This scholarship is available only to children of Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist missionaries and is based on age and grade average. Details concerning requirements are available from the college Business Office.
Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Youth Scholarship—This scholarship, under the jurisdiction of the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Youth Society, makes $2,000 available per year to young people desiring to attend Allegheny Wesleyan College. Details of the requirements are available from the Business Office.
C.R. McPherson Memorial Scholarship—Rev. C. R. McPherson was a staunch proponent of a spiritual, well-trained ministry. Family and friends have established this scholarship to assist a worthy senior who is a Pastoral Ministry major.
Norman & Nancy Uber Family Scholarship—This scholarship is established to assist a needy Cross-Cultural Missions student.
MaryAnn Wagner Memorial Scholarship—MaryAnn had a love for reading and learning. She came to AWC as a student with a love for Christ and a desire to learn more about this great way of holiness. MaryAnn was loved and appreciated by all who knew her. A memorial scholarship was established by her family in her memory.
T.A. Robertson Memorial Scholarship—Rev. T. A. Robertson served The Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection for over sixty years as pastor and leader. To honor his memory, his family and friends have established this scholarship to assist a worthy junior or senior who is a Pastoral Ministry major.
Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Kendall Memorial Scholarship—Rev. Stanley Kendall spent thirty-nine years as an evangelist in the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection. A scholarship has been established to aid a student or students who demonstrate an exemplary Christian attitude and who face a current financial need. This scholarship will be presented to freshmen or sophomores.
The Rev. R. Stanley and Evelyn E. Kendall Memorial Scholarship II—Two faithful friends of AWC were privileged to sit under the ministry and become personal friends of Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Kendall. As a result of their godly influence this scholarship was established to further the cause of holiness in the lives of others. It is to be distributed to a worthy Junior or Senior studying in the Pastoral Ministries or Cross Cultural Missions programs.
Dye Scholarship—This scholarship was started in memory of Rev. John Dye’s mother, Marybelle Dye. Rev. & Mrs. John Dye have served faithfully in the Lord’s work for many years and desire to help prepare the next generation.
The Penny Ford and Mary Braun Scholarship—Mary Braun and Penny Ford have made a tremendous impact across the Holiness Movement through their ministry in music and child evangelism. This scholarship was established as a result of their godly influence to assist students studying music, child evangelism and elementary education.
Forrest and Naomi Plowman Memorial Scholarship—A scholarship has been established to honor the memory of Forrest and Naomi Plowman. As members of the Johnstown Wesleyan Methodist Church for more than fifty years, they consistently supported the Allegheny Wesleyan Methodist Connection. Students who meet the following criteria will be eligible to receive this scholarship: PRIMARY; Children of missionaries, pastors, and full-time Christian workers who demonstrate Christian character and have a financial need; or SECONDARY; any student who demonstrates Christian character and has a financial need.
Rev. D.M. Kiffer Memorial Scholarship—This scholarship is established to assist a needy Ministerial Student.
D.R. Kaufman Memorial Scholarship—It was established to provide financial assistance to a junior or senior mission major student attending Allegheny Wesleyan College. Award: Scholarship for use in any year; renewable.Eligibility requirements: Applicant must be a Missions major student (junior or senior)Amount: $480
Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Moran Scholarship—A scholarship has been established to honor Peter B. Moran and the late Patricia J. Moran. Students who meet the following criteria will be eligible to receive this scholarship: a) A worthy junior or senior who is enrolled in Cross-Cultural Missions Program and b) A worthy junior or senior who is enrolled in the Pastoral Ministries Program.
George & Barbara Bass Scholarship—This scholarship is awarded to a worthy junior or senior who is enrolled in the Pastoral Ministries Program or a worthy junior or senior who is enrolled in the Cross-Cultural Missions Program.
Dr. Robert E. & Marilyn K. England Scholarship—A scholarship has been established in honor of Dr. Robert E. and Marilyn England; a former President and Faculty member of Allegheny Wesleyan College. Student(s) who meet the following criteria will be eligible to receive this scholarship: Primary—A worthy junior or senior who is enrolled in the Pastoral Ministries Program; or Secondary—A worthy junior or senior who is enrolled in the Cross-Cultural Missions Program.
Ruth Stearns Missions Scholarship—This scholarship has been established to honor Miss Ruth Stearns and her lifetime of service among the Native American people at Northwest Indian Bible School. This scholarship is awarded to a student who desires to work in Indian Missions.
David E. Phelps, Sr. Scholarship—His family, friends, and the Mount Calvary Wesleyan Methodist Church (Minerva, Ohio) felt there would be no more fitting way to honor the memory of Rev. David Phelps, Sr. than to establish a scholarship fund to continue to help young people answer the call of God upon their lives. Rev. Phelps served as professor, academic dean and president. He felt that the very best investment was an investment in the lives of young people who were preparing to serve God as pastors, missionaries, teachers, or wherever God called them. This scholarship is to be awarded to needy students.
Alumni Scholarship—Any graduate of Salem Bible College or Allegheny Wesleyan College may take any class they have already taken (or similar class) as a refresher course free of tuition cost.
Christian Worker Scholarship — Any full-time Christian worker may take classes at a reduced rate. The reduction is a 50% discount on tuition. Regular fees still apply.
Pastor Scholarship—Any full-time AWMC pastor may take one class tuition free per school year. Additional classes will receive a 50% discount on tuition. Regular fees still apply.
Senior Citizen Scholarship—Anyone over the age of 62 may take classes at a reduced rate. The reduction is a fixed tuition charge of $50.00 per credit hour. Regular fees still apply.
High School Scholarship—A junior or senior in high school may take one class per semester, tuition-free (fees may apply).
Summer Camp Scholarship—Opportunities may exist to assist at various youth camps and also represent the college. Any compensation/award will be applied to the applicant’s school bill over two semesters (half each semester).
Recruitment Scholarship—Students (except those in a Public Relations group) who are directly responsible for encouraging a new student to attend Allegheny Wesleyan College will receive $200.00 on their school bill. The new student must complete one full semester before the award will be applied.
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Local & Relevant Scholarships
There are actually two scholarships found here, which are: the Salem Community Foundation Scholarship and the Salem Community Foundation’s Ministerial Scholarship.
This scholarship applies to missionary sons and daughters who have spent 3 years or more with parents of a third world culture.
The Melvin Brewing Scholarship was created to help students lift a little bit of financial stress off of their shoulders while also helping to strengthen our communities since the youth of today are our future at Allegheny Wesleyan College! Students from all majors and areas of study are encouraged to apply.
11 of the best websites to find a college scholarship
Fastweb hosts more than 1.5 million scholarships that provide more than $3.4 billion. Once you create a profile, the site’s search feature will help you find the most accurate matches that fit your needs. Your personal profile is how the site helps you find pretty much exactly what you’re looking for.
You can then also see all the scholarships you applied for, or may want to apply to in the future.
While the College Board is known for its college planning tools, it also has an arm that focuses on scholarships. Big Future hosts scholarships, as well as other financial aid and internship information from more than 2,200 programs — totaling nearly $6 billion. In order to get the most accurate search results, it’s critical to fill out as many details as you can in the profile that’s used for searching.
Formerly known as College Prowler, Niche is a great tool that can help you find colleges AND money. It’s organized into categories that make it pretty easy to find what you’re looking for — allowing users to search by interest, career, major and other areas.
Scholarships.com hosts one of the largest scholarship databases out there and it’s updated on a daily basis. According to the site, “With more than 2.7 million scholarship and grant opportunities worth more than $19 billion, just about everyone is bound to find something.”
It’s easy to browse by category, but the best way to take advantage of what the site has to offer is to make a personal profile, which will allow you to find the most exhaustive lists of opportunities available to you.
When you go to the site’s homepage, go to the top right corner to search college scholarships. From there you can either search by specific keywords or create a personal profile in order to get the most accurate matches that fit your needs. Once you make a profile, you create and save lists of opportunities you’re interested in.
Scholarship Monkey allows you to search for scholarships a few different ways. You can search by keyword, browse scholarship lists (various categories/topics) and also see lists of the latest and featured scholarships. The site also allows you to create a personal profile for more accurate results.
Cappex hosts a database of more than $11 billion in scholarship opportunities. Once you create a personal profile, you can search for opportunities that directly match your strengths and skills.
Chegg is a great resource for finding scholarships — more than $1 billion worth of them.
To search for available scholarships, go to ‘colleges’ at the top of the homepage and then click ‘scholarships’ in the drop-down menu. Once you create a personal profile, you can search for available opportunities that match your criteria. Chegg also has a ‘top scholarship picks this week’ category that highlights some options you may have missed.
Unigo hosts millions of available scholarships and makes it easy to search by type, including: company-based scholarships, minority scholarships, major-specific scholarships, state-specific scholarships and more. You can search by category or create a personal profile to get more specific results that match your needs.
Peterson’s hosts $10 billion in scholarship opportunities and also provides information to help you in your search. Once you fill out a short survey, you can filter your search results so they’re tailored to your specific needs.
11. The U.S. Labor Department’s Free Search Tool
According to the official Student Aid website, this free tool is a great resource for students to search more than 7,500 scholarships, grants and other various types of financial aid award opportunities.
The CareerOneStop tool allows you to:
- Look through the site’s entire inventory of scholarships, arranged in order of closest deadline.
- Narrow your list with a “search by keyword” option: Just enter a keyword about the type of award you’re looking for.
- Use the filters to see opportunities for only certain types of awards, locations, level of study, and more.