Mary E. Bivins Foundation
Mary E. Bivins Foundation
Mary E. Bivins Foundation Religious Scholarship Program (Graduate, Undergraduate/Scholarship)
Purpose: To educate ministers to preach the Christian religion. Focus: Religious Education. Qualif.: Applicants must be dedicated to seeking an undergraduate or graduate education leading to a Bachelors or Masters Degree in a field that prepares the students to preach the Christian religion; must have the intent to serve as pulpit pastors; must be committed to studies and maintain a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or above or a cumulative graduate GPA of 3.0 or above; must be permanent residents of one of the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; must enroll and pass a minimum of 12 hours each semester at the undergraduate level or 9 hours each semester at the graduate level; must enroll in an accredited college or university. Criteria: Preference will be given to those students who meet the criteria.
Funds Avail.: $1,000 per semester for those students classified as freshmen or sophomores, $2,000 per semester for those students classified as a juniors or seniors and $3,000 per semester for graduate students to be used for tuition, books, fees, and other expenses as necessary for college/university attendance. To Apply: Applicants must check the available website for the required materials.
Remarks: Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis, and the students are required to continue to meet all award criteria each semester and to complete an application annually. Contact: Mary E. Bivins Foundation at the above address (see entry 1718).
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