Scholarships offered at Wesley range from 1/3 tuition coverage up to 100% tuition coverage. Student applying for admission to the M.Div., or MTS. degree programs are automatically evaluated for scholarship eligibility. The priority deadline for applying for admission and thus for consideration for merit aid is February 1. There is no separate scholarship application.
Need grants are available to students who demonstrate need via the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and on the Wesley Financial Assistance Application. Both documents are due by the priority deadline of May 1 for consideration. The FAFSA code is 00146400. The Wesley Financial Assistance Application can be found under Resources.
Students are encouraged to borrow conservatively, exhausting all other sources of aid first. Stafford loans provide students with the best borrower benefits, with a low fixed interest rate and low fees. The FAFSA code is 00146400.
The FAFSA Application must be completed in order to request Stafford Loans.
Loan Request forms by academic year:
Part-time positions may be available throughout the year as department needs arise. Hiring is based on both financial need and experience or aptitude. The student employment application can be found under Forms and openings are listed under Current Openings as jobs become available and student staffing is needed. Jobs are typically average 10 hours per week. Student employees receive regular bi-weekly payroll checks. These funds are not applied to a student's account and are not listed as pending aid on the student's building statement.
Wesley’s Financial Aid Program is administered by Financial Aid Services.
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Air Force Chaplaincy Scholarships
The Air Force offers scholarships for individuals who want to become service chaplains. To qualify applicants must: 1) meet Air Force commissioning requirements, 2) receive written permission from a listed DoD ecclesiastical endorser, 3) be in good academic standing, and 4) be younger than 39 years of age upon completion of theological studies. For more information, send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Yellow Ribbon Program
Wesley Theological Seminary participates in the Yellow Ribbon program in partnership with Veterans Affairs under the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill (Chapter 33). Contact VA for your certification of eligibility.