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We’re committed to making your degree affordable

One in three current degree-seeking MTSO students has earned a full-tuition scholarship.

And that’s just the beginning. Thanks to many full- and partial-tuition scholarships, the average master’s student’s non-loan financial aid covers $8,600 per year.

More than 90 percent receive some sort of financial assistance, from merit-based scholarships to work-study options to student loans. Our admissions and financial-aid counselors will help you identify the seminary scholarships for which you may qualify.

Learn about your financial aid options

Merit-based scholarships for entering students

Merit-based scholarships for current students

Loans

Federal work-study employment

Werner Housing Grant

Financial aid eligibility

Tuition and fees 2014-15

Tuition and fees 2013-14

Apply for merit-based seminary scholarships

The Harding Scholarship (February 1 deadline)

All other scholarships (February 1 priority deadline)

Apply for non-merit-based financial aid

FAFSA
(This link takes you to the federal government’s FAFSA site. The FAFSA must be completed each year by those who wish to receive non-merit-based financial aid.)

MTSO Financial Aid Applications
Spring Semester 2014
2014-15 academic year
(This must be completed each year by those who wish to receive non-merit-based financial aid. You may fill out the form on your computer, but it must be printed and hand-signed.)

MTSO Student Employment Application
(This is for those who wish to be considered for on-campus student employment.)