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Financial Aid Sources

Gordon-Conwell’s Hamilton campus offers multiple categories of scholarships & grants to qualified masters-level students. We encourage you to explore the Partnership Program, or any of the resources below:


The primary purpose of the student financial aid program at Gordon-Conwell is to provide financial assistance to those students who, without such assistance, would be unable to benefit from the educational preparation offered by Gordon-Conwell. However, the seminary emphasizes the responsibility of the student and/or the student’s family to provide the primary source of funds.

Two principal forms of aid are available at Gordon-Conwell—Boston:

  1. First, Gordon-Conwell—Boston is pleased to offer its courses at a reduced rate to assist as many urban Christian leaders as possible in their theological education.
  2. The second form of financial aid at Gordon-Conwell-Boston is federal student loans. Federal student loans for graduate students are unsubsidized — meaning that interest begins as the student receives the loan. Repayment is not required until six months after a student graduates, takes a leave of absence, or shifts to less than half-time study. Questions pertaining to scholarships and federal student loans should be directed to the Admissions Office.

We suggest that students look for outside funding sources through their church, denomination or other charitable organizations for educational scholarships and grants. Students may research other sources on the internet. The Admissions Office will also make every effort to help students identify other sources of assistance. The Admissions Office will make every effort to help the student identify other sources of assistance. Questions pertaining to scholarships and federal student loans should be directed to the Admissions Office.


The primary purpose of the student financial aid program at Gordon-Conwell is to provide financial assistance to those students who, without such assistance, would be unable to benefit from the educational preparation offered by Gordon-Conwell. However, the seminary emphasizes the responsibility of the student and/or the student’s family to provide the primary source of funds.

Two principal forms of aid are available at Gordon-Conwell—Charlotte:

  1. One form is the grant and/or scholarship awarded to qualified students and carries no repayment obligation.
  2. The second is the educational loan, with the accruement of interest beginning immediately and repayment beginning 6 months after the student leaves school or drops to less than half-time status.

Click here to download and view Catalog 6: Supplementary Financial Resources for Theological Students.

The Admissions Office will make every effort to help the student identify other sources of assistance. Questions pertaining to scholarships and federal student loans should be directed to the Admissions Office.


The primary purpose of the student financial aid program at Gordon-Conwell is to provide financial assistance to those students who, without such assistance, would be unable to benefit from the educational preparation offered by Gordon-Conwell. However, the seminary emphasizes the responsibility of the student and/or the student’s family to provide the primary source of funds.

Two principal forms of aid are available at Gordon-Conwell—Jacksonville:

  1. One form is the grant and/or scholarship awarded to qualified students and carries no repayment obligation.
  2. The second is the educational loan, with the accruement of interest beginning immediately and repayment beginning 6 months after the student leaves school or drops to less than half-time status.

Click here to download and view Catalog 6: Supplementary Financial Resources for Theological Students.

The Admissions Office will make every effort to help the student identify other sources of assistance. Questions pertaining to scholarships and federal student loans should be directed to the Admissions Office.