Student Financial Services
Student Financial Services




2009-2010

SFS Undergraduate Scholarship Application

Due December 3, 2008 by 4:30pm

General Information

  • Up to 90 scholarships available; only a few are renewable
  • Award amounts up to $2,000
  • All applicants will be notified via SPU email whether or not they receive a scholarship in Spring Quarter 2009

General Eligibility Criteria

  • U.S. Citizen or otherwise eligible for federal student aid (e.g. non-citizens with a current I-551, I-551C, or I-94 card).
  • Undergraduate seeking first bachelorís degree.
  • Full-time enrollment (12 UG credits or more per quarter) for the 2009-2010 academic year.

Read Carefully the Important Information Below and Answer Every Question

A number of scholarship funds have been established by individual donors for use by Seattle Pacific University.  The questions listed below help us identify students who meet the awarding criteria established by each individual donor. 

Although specific eligibility for these awards vary based on the criteria established by the donor, the primary criterion typically includes academic achievement (i.e. minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0) and involvement in co-curricular activities. Some scholarships also require demonstrated financial need. It is strongly suggested that you fill out a FAFSA when those become available on January 1, 2009.

Student Financial Services must receive your completed scholarship application no later than 4:30pm, Wednesday, December 3, 2008 for your application to be considered.  In order to ensure a fair process, we will not be able to accept late applications. 

If you have questions regarding this application or the process, please feel free to contact Whitney Kruse, Program Manager of Grants and Scholarships, Student Financial Services, (206) 281-2467 or whitney@spu.edu.

* indicates required fields


Name *
SPU ID *
Major (Intended or Declared): *
 
Are you a member of the Free Methodist Church:
If yes, what is the name of the church?
 
Did your parent or grandparent graduate from Cascade College, Portland, Oregon :
If yes, please specify their name and year of graduation.
 
Do you have a parent who is a missionary?:
If yes, please specify the organization they are affiliated with.
 
Do you have a parent who is a minister (Licensed Home Worker)of the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church? :
 
Please describe a leadership role you have had and how that leadership role impacted your life. This could be from a volunteer experience, a job you have had, church, athletic team, etc.
 
What are your education and career goals?
 
Please describe any volunteer or mission work experience that you have.
 
What is your most meaningful/most important accomplishment?
How has that accomplishment shaped the person that you are today?
 
Some donors are seeking a student who has a demonstrated faith in Christ. Describe in your own words your faith and how it impacts your daily life.

There is no reference required for this scholarship application. Once you submit your application, there is nothing further that you need to do.

Student Certification Statement: I certify that all of the information on this application was provided by me and that it is true and accurate. I further agree that if I am selected for a scholarship the University may supply information regarding my academic performance and other information (such as, but not limited to, the information submitted on this application) to the scholarship donor and/or to publish this information in SPU communications.



Last Updated: 8/2/2010


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