What is it?
A Merit Scholarship is offered by PTS to incoming students. It is based on past academic achievement and demonstrated potential for outstanding Christian service. Applicants will have graduated from an accredited college or university having earned a minimum 3.5 GPA in a bachelor’s degree program.
Range of award?
$,1200 - $20,000/year. For specific scholarships, see the Catalog.
Complete admission applications are placed before the Admissions and Standing Committee, who award all scholarships.
What is the deadline?
One year prior to the commencement of Term I classes, scholarship offers will begin to be awarded for the following fall. Awards will continue to be offered until funds are expended. It is recommended that students apply early for admission to be considered for a Merit Scholarship.
Is it renewable?
All Merit Scholarships are renewable; three years for a student enrolled in the M.Div. program and two years for the M.A. program. Students must complete 36 credits per academic year and maintain a 3.5 career GPA. Academic progress is verified at year end. Awarded to students who are enrolled full time in Pittsburgh Theological Seminary classes. Funds will not be awarded for full-time enrollment at another university for the joint degree program.