Students are encouraged to explore outside resources such as their church denomination, as well as various organizations and foundations with which students may be connected. In the awarding of financial aid, the Seminary does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, gender, or denominational affiliation.
For additional information on filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), Applying for a Federal Direct Loan, Applying for Outside Scholarships, Student Employment programs, and other financial aid related information and forms, please visit the Financial Aid Office.
Scholarship programs have been established at Palmer to help make it more financially feasible for students to earn a theology degree. Brauch, Sider, and Wallis Scholarships are available. These scholarships, which include a mentoring component, are based on undergraduate academic achievement and theological commitments. The application deadline each year for Brauch, Sider, and Wallis is July 1 for Fall semester and December 1 for Spring semester. Find more information, including qualifications, on all of these scholarship opportunities.