Each year, Baylor University hosts a one-day visit and scholarship competition for prospective students who have selected Religion as their major or minor and who intend to pursue Christian vocational ministry. The event date is Friday, January 25, 2019. While all who attend the scheduled day and enroll at Baylor in the Fall 2019 semester will receive a one-time $1,000 scholarship, one participant will be selected to receive a $10,000 per year scholarship ($5,000/semester), renewable for up to four years (up to $40,000 total). This Baylor2Seminary program additionally streamlines admission into Truett Seminary provided the student meets the program criteria and awards the student a 100% tuition Truett scholarship for those that complete the undergrad program with at least a 3.0 GPA. The recipient also has the opportunity to receive credit for up to 18 hours toward his or her Truett Seminary degree, thus accelerating the completion time for earning the master's degree. Applications for the opportunity to attend the Baylor2Seminary event are due to the Admissions office by 9 a.m. (CST) on Monday, December 3rd. For updates regarding specific deadline dates and further information, please check Baylor University’s Undergraduate Admissions website for Baylor2 Programs.
Baylor University, in cooperation with the Baptist General Convention of Texas, provides tuition assistance to Baptist students who are preparing for careers in church-related vocational ministry. The amount of the Baptist Ministry Scholarship is 20% of tuition for Baylor undergraduate hours. Beginning in the 2019-2020 academic year, students must be working toward a Religion major or minor or other ministry-related degree such as Church Music or Church Recreation. Students may apply for this scholarship at any time but must have the application process completed prior to the beginning of the semester for which they desire to receive the scholarship. The application materials need to be submitted to the Ministry Guidance office.
Baylor University provides tuition assistance to a limited number of non-Baptist students who are preparing for careers in church-related vocational ministry. The amount of this ministry scholarship is 15% of tuition for Baylor undergraduate hours, renewable through graduation. Preference is given to incoming students. Students must be working toward a Religion major or minor or other ministry-related degree such as Church Music or Church Recreation. Applications for initial scholarships are due to the Ministry Guidance office by March 15. The deadline for the possible second round of available scholarships will be June 30.
Gifts from the Hubler Family Trust established the Raymond O. and Allene Breech Hubler Endowed Scholarship Fund to benefit five incoming Baylor University students who are participating in the Ministry Guidance Program in the Department of Religion. The Hubler Scholarship is a competitive scholarship awarded to selected ministry students who are Religion majors, based on academic achievement and ministry leadership involvement. It is available to students of any denomination. The amount of the Hubler Scholarship is $5000 per Fall and Spring semesters for full-time enrollment (12 hours +), renewable for up to four years (up to a total of $40,000). Applications are due to the Ministry Guidance office by March 15.