FINANCIAL AID 2016-2017
Phillips Theological Seminary provides tuition assistance so that no deserving student is denied the opportunity to obtain a theological education because of the cost. Phillips provides financial assistance through:
Phillips Theological Seminary Financial Aid Overview - Overview of resources regarding tuition aid grants, scholarships, and federal direct student loans; includes hyperlinks.
SEMINARY TUITION AID GRANTS 2017-2018
Phillips provides tuition aid grants to students who maintain satisfactory academic progress and are enrolled in the Master of Divinity, Master of Arts in Ministry and Culture, Master of Theological Studies, Master of Arts (Social Justice), or Doctor of Ministry program.
Tuition aid grants are distributed as follows:
- DOC/UCC Students: 80%
- All Other Students: 60%
- Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Groups: 80%
ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL AID PROGRAMS FROM PHILLIPS THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Textbook Voucher Program - For more information, contact MaryAnn Morris, Director of Admissions and Student Services, at MaryAnn.Morris@ptstulsa.edu.
Travel Voucher Program - For more information, contact MaryAnn Morris, Director of Admissions and Student Services, at MaryAnn.Morris@ptstulsa.edu.
Educational benefits are available to veterans. For more information, go to: Veterans Benefits.
FEDERAL STUDENT LOANS
As a graduate institution of higher education, Phillips Theological Seminary is authorized by the Department of Education to offer only Federal Direct Unsubsidized Student Loans to degree-seeking students. To be eligible, students must maintain at least 6.0 credit hours of enrollment status and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Phillips school code is 017239. For more information on federal direct unsubsidized student loans, go to: Federal Direct Loans.
Phillips does not participate in the Federal Graduate PLUS Loan Program.
Phillips Financial Aid Process
- The FAO emails the Phillips Tuition Assistance-Financial Aid Screening Assessment form to new, degree-seeking students.
- Students email the completed Assessment form to the FAO.
- The FAO sends a Tuition Aid Grant Notification email to all new, degree-seeking students.
- For degree-seeking students wishing to obtain a Student Loan, the FAO will then email further loan-related correspondence.