The Presbyterian College provides entrance scholarships and on-going scholarships for students who have demonstrated academic success and demonstrated a commitment to, and gifts for, ministry within the church. We are grateful for the legacy of those who have contributed throughout the history of the College to make such scholarships available for those pursuing theological studies. The various scholarship available in support of your studies at The Presbyterian College are listed here, with the terms for each. When you complete your online application to the college, you will have an opportunity to indicate any scholarship for which you wish to apply and may be eligible.

McKenzie/McLellan/Mitchell Entrance Scholarships – $2,500 each
To be awarded to a student entering the B.Th. (as a first degree) or M.Div. program, with a demonstrated record of academic success.

Alison Stewart-Patterson Scholarship – $2,000
For women students studying at The Presbyterian College for service within the Church.

Faith to Faith, Master of Sacred Theology Scholarships – $12,000
For international students enrolling in the Master of Sacred Theology program, Faith to Faith track. For the application requirements of the Faith to Faith program, see here.

PC Scholarship for International Students in the STM degree – $10,000
For international students enrolling in the one-year Master of Sacred Theology program, with a focus on aboriginal students. Active participation in a form of ministry within the church is a requirement for any recipient. This scholarship requires a letter of reference/endorsement from a church context.

PC Scholarship for Canadian, Aboriginal Students in the B.Th. degree – $2,500/year for 4 years.
For Canadian, aboriginal women enrolling in the B.Th. as a first degree, with an expectation of past and future ministry or service within the Christian Church. This scholarship requires a letter of reference/endorsement from a church context.

New Church Development Scholarship, within M.Div. program – $5,000/year for 3 years.
For students with an interest in, and aptitude for, new church development. Students awarded this scholarship must apply, and be accepted to the M.Div, with a specialization in New Church Development. For more information, see the bottom of this page.

Lennox Biblical Studies Scholarship – $2,000
Awarded to a student who has demonstrated success in the area of biblical studies, and in the study of the original languages of the Christian scriptures, usually granted in the second year of the M.Div. program.

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