Other Institutional Scholarships
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor is one of the most affordable private universities in the Southwest. Mary Hardin-Baylor disperses nearly $30 million dollars in financial assistance to approximately 90 percent of its full-time undergraduate students. Additionally, there are several avenues for students to receive additional scholarship and financial aid.
Mary Hill Davis Ethnic Scholarship
This is a scholarship that is awarded by the Baptist General Convention of Texas to Baptist students from ethnic/minority backgrounds planning to attend a Texas Baptist university. For more information, visit the BGCT website.
BGCT Ministerial Financial Assistance (MFA) Scholarship
The Baptist General Convention of Texas provides financial assistance to Baptist students who are attending Texas Baptist Schools and preparing for careers in church-related vocations. Eligible freshman and sophomore students receive $50 per semester hour, and eligible junior or senior students receive $75 per semester hour. An applicant for the MFA scholarship must show evidence of a divine call to church-related vocational ministry, must demonstrate a life-style of commitment to the principles of Christian life, and must be an active member of a Baptist* church. Students receiving the scholarship must complete, at minimum, a minor in Christian Studies (see the Christian Studies degree requirements page in this catalog). To apply for the scholarship, first-year students must complete the UMHB Ministry Scholarship Application form and the BGCT First-Year Certification form (with Church Certification). To remain on the scholarship after the first year, students must complete the Certification Renewal Form each year. The scholarship works in conjunction with other tuition-based scholarships toward the tuition portion of the student’s bill. The UMHB Director of Church Relations must verify eligibility.
Applications are available in the office of the College of Christian Studies or from the UMHB Director of Church Relations.
- Download the Ministerial Scholarship Application.
- Please contact Colleen Lewis for more information: email@example.com
*First year students must be certified by a Baptist church. Annual renewal of the MFA will require certification by a Baptist church affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
Minister’s Dependent Scholarship
Students who are children or spouses of Baptist ministers currently engaged in half to full-time vocational ministry in a local Baptist church or through a Baptist mission-sending agency may apply for the Baptist Minister’s Dependent Scholarship. Scholarship amounts are $1,500/year for full-time enrollment; $1,125/year for ¾ time enrollment; and $750/year for ½ time enrollment. The scholarship is renewable annually for students who are in good academic standing. The Director of Church Relations must verify eligibility.
UMHB Math Scholarship
This scholarship is designated for students that are interested in majoring in math. For more information, download a PDF Application.
UMHB Music Scholarships
The Music Department at UMHB also offers scholarship assistance for students who plan on majoring/minoring in the music program. For more information, visit the UMHB Music Department website.
Check back here often for additional scholarship information.
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Page last updated May 14, 2018