Scholarships & OpportunitiesApril 14, 2023 2023-08-02 15:21
Scholarships & Opportunities
Scholarships & Opportunities
Pursuing a college education can be a life-changing experience, but the cost of tuition, fees, books, and living expenses can add up quickly. Fortunately, there are various options available to help make college more affordable and attainable: Scholarships, Work-study programs, and Student Loans.
Scholarships are one of the most popular ways to pay for college. These are essentially free money that you don’t have to pay back. Scholarships are typically awarded based on merit, need, or a combination of both. They can come from Sattler College or various other sources, including private organizations, corporations, and government agencies.
Early Action Scholarship (2024-2025)
The Early Action Scholarship at Sattler College is a program designed to support ambitious students who are proactive in their educational journey.
Applicants who submit their college application before the deadline of November 15th, 2023 are automatically eligible for this scholarship. If admitted, the Early Action Scholarship will provide $1,000 toward tuition costs at Sattler College for the student’s first academic year, enabling students to focus on their academic and personal development.
Please note: This scholarship applies exclusively to tuition at Sattler College and does not cover room and board or other expenses. Apply early and secure your chance to benefit from the Early Action Scholarship.
William Carey International Student Scholarship (2023-24)
A full-ride scholarship for one international student enrolling in the 2023-2024 academic year.
The William Carey International Student Scholarship (WCISS) will bring joy to the nations by identifying international students who are eager to be trained for a lifetime of impact for Jesus and His church. This scholarship will be awarded to one, qualified international student enrolling in the 2023-2024 academic year as a full-time student in one of our five bachelor’s programs. The scholarship covers all tuition costs not covered by merit-based aid and up to $9,800 of room and board costs per year spanning four years of study.
The WCISS is applied after the admitted student has applied for and received a financial aid award. It will cover any remaining tuition costs not covered by merit-based aid. The ideal candidate will have test scores ranking in the 85th percentile or higher and will qualify to receive Sattler’s merit-based award of $5,000 per year (the recipient of the WCISS will not qualify for need-based aid). The WCISS will cover the remaining tuition costs not covered by merit-based awards. Additionally, it will cover the cost of room and board at the dorms up to $9,800 per academic year. This is equal to the current cost of room and board for one academic year. The maximum amount awarded annually will be $14,800 ($5,000 for tuition + $9,800 for room and board) for four years. Visit sattler.edu/tuition-and-aid for more information on the cost of attendance.
Under this arrangement, the recipient of this scholarship will receive a full-ride scholarship to Sattler College. “Full-ride” is restricted to tuition and room & board as laid out in the paragraph above. The WCISS may include an additional living stipend based on fund availability and the discretion of the Scholarship Committee. The scholarship funds may not be used to cover room and board when school is not in session (e.g. winter break and summer break). Additionally, funds will not cover the cost of textbooks, student life fees, and other miscellaneous costs associated with studying in Boston.
Who Was William Carey?
William Carey is known as the father of modern missions and for his preaching call to “expect great things from God, attempt great things for God.” He did just that. Carey went from being a shoemaker in a rural village in England to teaching himself Greek, Hebrew, and Latin, and eventually serving as a missionary in India. While in India, he translated the Bible into 6 major Indian languages and is credited with bringing hundreds to Christ.
Sattler College is looking for students from the nations to serve the nations who, like Carey, are willing to “expect and attempt great things for God.” We believe Sattler is the launching pad to “expect and attempt great things for God.” Here, students will have the opportunity to, like Carey, learn biblical Greek and Hebrew, obtain a firm rooting in the historic Christian faith, and be trained through Sattler’s discipleship program, all while obtaining a nationally accredited bachelor’s degree.
How do I qualify for this scholarship?
The ideal candidate for this scholarship must be an admitted student for the 2023-2024 academic year who meets the following criteria:
- Must apply and be admitted to Sattler College under a full-time bachelor program.
- Must be a non-US citizen (cannot be a dual citizen).
- Must submit a financial aid application.
- Standardized test scores that are equal to or greater than the following.
- Demonstrates exceptional mission fit as measured by the application essay, interview, and scholarship event attendance.
- Must not be currently enrolled in a college or university.
NOTE: If you have not yet taken the required standardized test, you will want to schedule it as soon as possible. Click the linked test options above to view registration and testing deadlines. The CLT exam is the best option if you have not scheduled your test yet.
How do I apply?
First, complete your application to study at Sattler. If you have not yet started, click here to begin.
Qualifying students who wish to be considered for the scholarship must submit an essay answering the following question: What do you believe is a pressing need for the church? How will your anticipated program of study at Sattler College prepare you to address this need? This essay is your opportunity to tell us about your vision for a lifetime of impact for Jesus and his church. The essay should be around 500 words in length.
Essays must be emailed to the Director of Admissions, Austin Lapp, at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 PM EST on Saturday, May 6, 2023. Any essays submitted after this deadline may not be considered for the scholarship. Students are encouraged to start working on their scholarship essay before receiving a decision to ensure completion by the deadline.
After essays have been submitted, the Scholarship Committee will select the top five candidates to attend a virtual scholarship event. One of these five candidates will receive the WCISS. Applicants not invited to this scholarship will not be considered for the award but are still welcome to enroll at Sattler College. This event will include a conversation with President Johnson, an interview with a committee member, and a virtual lunch session.
In order to allow sufficient time for the scholarship recipient to complete the steps required to secure an F-1 student visa, we have implemented the following schedule.
|Deadline to submit your application to study at Sattler
|Saturday, April 22, 2023
|Deadline to submit your scholarship essay
|Saturday, May 6, 2023
|Scholarship Virtual Event*
|Date and Time TBD
*For top 5 candidates only.
Maintaining the scholarship
In order to continue being eligible to receive the scholarship, the recipient must maintain greater than or equal to a 3.33 semester GPA and a 3.5 overall GPA. If the recipient does not maintain the GPA requirements, regular tuition and room and board rates will apply.
Adoniram Judson Scholarship (2023-24)
Full tuition for 4 years.
The Adoniram Judson Scholarship is designed for residents of Massachusetts and will be awarded to two, qualified admitted students enrolling in the 2023-2024 academic year as full-time students in one of our five bachelor’s programs. This is a full-tuition scholarship covering all tuition expenses not covered by merit- or need-based aid for four years. Tuition expenses do not include miscellaneous fees.
Scholarship Criteria and Application Process
The ideal candidate for this scholarship will be an applicant for the 2023-2024 academic year who meets the following criteria:
- Must apply and be admitted to Sattler College under a full-time bachelor program of study.
- Must submit a financial aid application.
- Standardized test scores that fall within the 75th percentile or higher.
- SAT: 1160 or higher
- ACT: 24 or higher
- CLT: 88 or higher
- Submit a 300-500 word essay answering the following question: What do you believe is a pressing need for the Church? How will your anticipated program of study at Sattler College prepare you to address this need?
In order to qualify, applications and scholarship essays must be submitted by the Thursday, June 15, 2023 deadline. Essays must be emailed to the Director of Admissions, Austin Lapp, at email@example.com. Any essays submitted after this deadline may not be considered for the scholarship. Students are encouraged to start working on their scholarship essay before receiving a decision to ensure completion by the deadline. Recipients will be notified by the end of June.
Why Adoniram Judson?
Adoniram Judson, a resident of Massachusetts, dedicated his life to Christ and His church. The following comes from a 2017 Sattler blog post: “Born in Malden, Massachusetts in 1788, Judson was an extremely gifted child. He learned to read at the age of 3, did especially well in reading, mathematics, and even mastered Latin and Greek. At the age of 19, he graduated from Brown University as the valedictorian of his class. With his strong academic training, great intelligence, and linguistic abilities, Judson could have very well become a famed scholar, politician or theologian in 19th-century America. However, through the convictions of his faith, he turned down the prestigious offer to be a minister at Boston’s Park Street Church, to the great dismay of his family. Instead, Judson embarked on a 37 years long service abroad as one of the first missionaries to Burma, during which time he endured numerous rejections, persecutions, tortures and even the death of his wife and children.
“For his hard work and sacrifice, Judson left Burma with the translated Bible as well as a half-completed Burmese-English dictionary, 100 churches, and over 8,000 believers at the time of his death. In large part due to his influence, Myanmar has the third largest number of Baptists worldwide, behind the United States and India. Even today, his name has continued to challenge and inspire countless people to wholly dedicate their life to God.”
We aspire to join the Lord in what He is doing by offering this opportunity to two residents of Massachusetts for the incoming class of 2027.
Presidential Scholarships (2023-24)
Full tuition for 1 year for three students per program.
The Presidential Scholarship will be awarded to up to three admitted students enrolling for full-time study in the 2023-2024 academic year in one of our five bachelor’s programs. Your first-choice program of study listed in your application will be considered. Certificate students will be considered as one of the three students for the Biblical and Religious Studies program.
All admitted students will be considered and recipients will be selected based on their application to Sattler College and their financial aid application. No additional steps will be required to apply for the Presidential Scholarship. Each recipient of the Presidential Scholarship will receive full tuition for one year. This does not cover miscellaneous fees.
In order to qualify, applications must be submitted by the Thursday, June 15, 2023 deadline.
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There is a vast array of scholarships and fellowships that support biology students, so you should consider the following information as a representative sample rather than a complete list.
To better encourage women to enter and excel at these fields, a number of science grants and scholarships for women are available from private companies and individuals in the fields of biology, physical science, and computer science and engineering.
Biblical & Religious Studies
Many religious organizations are well-known for their active place in giving back to their community and helping those in need. Religion is also a big part of many students’ lives — whether they’re Christian, Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, or Buddhist. So, it’s no surprise that many churches, religious groups, and colleges offer scholarships based on religious affiliation or spirituality. Start your search for a religion scholarship here in our directory, and apply online today!
Opening paths to the business departments of prestigious universities for talented, dedicated and energetic young people, these scholarships aim at creating and promoting excellence and innovation, thoroughly training you not only to survive but also prosper and flourish in our market-driven capitalist society.
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The financial burden of continued education is a prohibitive factor for many potential business students. With the cost of a college education higher than it has ever been, finding the money to pay for a degree isn’t easy. Luckily, many schools and organizations offer a lending hand by providing scholarships to students pursuing business studies. Finding these resources and scholarships, however, is an overwhelming task.
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Studying history allows you to master the art and science of meticulously analyzing historical records to produce compelling, fact-based stories of the past. Among the humanities, history is a versatile major that sharpens students’ research and communication skills for diverse careers. Many history majors excel as historians, curators, archivists, librarians, nonprofit administrators, teachers, journalists, and cultural resources managers. However, history degrees can also be applied into business, medicine, law, public relations, and more. Those finishing a doctorate could become post-secondary professors where jobs will grow faster-than-average by 13 percent through 2024. Cash in on the following scholarships for majoring in history and studying the world’s colorful past.
National historic organizations and private foundations offer many of these scholarships. Local historical societies also administer scholarships. Some scholarships are awarded to students studying a particular area of history, such as American history or historic preservation. Many of these scholarships are for college juniors and seniors, but some are available to students in their first few years of college. To qualify, applicants often need to demonstrate strong academic standing and submit a personal statement. Browse this list of scholarships for history majors to find the perfect one for you.
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Work-study programs are another option for paying for college. These programs allow students to work part-time jobs on campus or in the community while attending school. Work-study jobs may be related to your field of study, and they can help you gain valuable experience and build your resume. For a list of available positions, click the button below. If there are no available positions, reach out to student services – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, student loans are a common way to pay for college. While loans do need to be repaid, they can provide a valuable source of funding to help cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and living expenses. Once students have exhausted all other financial resources and aid, they can apply for a loan. This loan (up to $5,000) is interest free from Sattler and payable in full 2 years after graduation. For more information or to apply for this loan please email our Chief Accountant – email@example.com.