This scholarship is made to help with tuition for deserving students seeking a Master of Divinity or Master of Arts degree in Church Ministry who struggle financially to conduct their studies. It is in memory of Art Willis who was blessed by the Lord, but unable to complete Bible college because of severe financial restrictions.
This scholarship was established to help a full-time student(s) who is preparing for full-time pastoral ministry upon graduation.
This scholarship is to help pay the tuition cost of a student who demonstrates a financial need, ministerial abilities and aspirations and maintains a good academic standing that will result in graduation.
To cover the tuition needs of an active Pastor who desires to complete his studies in any of our programs, one who is willing to continue his pastoral ministry while at the same time give ample time to finishing a degree at Shepherds Seminary. This scholarship requires continuous enrollment.
In loving memory of James F. Langley, a Christian gentleman, faithful husband and loving father by which this scholarship is made available to help with the tuition needs of a student who demonstrates a financial need, is seeking a vocation of full-time ministry upon graduation and displays the values of consistent Christian character.
This scholarship is to meet the tuition needs of a Master of Divinity student who resides in Durham County during his graduate years. It is preferred that the student be from a family that has at least one other child in college or graduate school. The student must maintain at least a B average in classes taken.
It is the desire of Paul W. Baker Jr. and Deborah H. Baker to honor the lives of Jane Lassiter Baker and Emma Lee Huggett by providing financial and spiritual encouragement for students at Shepherds who are committed to vocational Christian ministry and service.
This scholarship is made available to help a female student who is seeking a Master of Divinity degree with a desire to further the cause of Christ in reaching women and discipling them.
The family and friends of Nate Davidson desire to honor his life and Christian commitment by providing financial and spiritual encouragement for students at Shepherds who are committed to Christian ministry and service but are challenged financially and by life experiences.
This scholarship is awarded to a student who shows a heart for a teaching ministry. The namesake of this scholarship, Paul K. Jackson, had a heart for teaching and was the first professor of Old and New Testaments at the seminary, as well as Pastor of Adult Ministries at Colonial Baptist Church.
This scholarship was made available to help a full-time married student who is preparing for full-time vocational ministry.
The Tully M. Fletcher memorial scholarship is awarded to a student who has best demonstrated a spirit of compassion for the lost by the habitual practice of personal or church group evangelism. The namesake of this scholarship, Tully M. Fletcher III, had an intense interest in winning souls.
This scholarship is made available to help full-time Master of Theological Studies students who are participating in the one-year degree program at the Cary campus.