*100% = $5.5 million average total awards per year
**UM-Related schools, colleges, universities, theological schools and preparatory schools select students who receive scholarships.
Many qualified students who apply do not receive a scholarship because there is not enough money.
L&S receives no apportionment funding. Interest from the loans pays for all the operational expenses for the office.
The United Methodist Scholarship and Loan Programs are a churchwide educational service providing scholarships and loans to help supplement the financial needs of today's students. Funding for these scholarships and loans are provided through offerings, wills, annuities, and other designated gifts.
Prepare, Follow Up, Verify!
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How to Promote United Methodist Student Day in your congregation
How do you promote United Methodist Student Day? Congregations that realize people they know—perhaps members of their church—benefit from the Student Day offering are far more likely to share than those who do not.
International Applicant Information
International students from one of the United Methodist Church Central Conferences must be a member of The United Methodist Church for a minimum of three years and be attending a United Methodist related school within the United States. Find out more in our comprehensive document.
Support Future Students
To establish an endowed Loan or Scholarship fund in perpetuity, please contact Allyson Collinsworth at (615) 340-7342 or email email@example.com.
L&S Quick Links
Apply for a Loan
2016 Spring Loan Applications closes May 5th.
2016 Fall Loan Application opens May 1st.
Apply for a Scholarship
2017 Scholarship Application opens Tuesday, January 3rd.