Below is a brief description of each Boyce College institutional scholarship. Click on the scholarship name to learn more about scholarship details and deadlines.
Students may receive only one Boyce College scholarship per academic year, and our scholarships are for tuition only. Those who apply for but do not receive the Academic Excellence Scholarship will automatically be considered for the General Scholarship.
The General Scholarship is a need-based scholarship for undergraduate students and is our most widely awarded scholarship. Awards range from $800-$2,000 per year ($400-$1,000 per semester).
The Academic Excellence Scholarship is the most prestigious and competitive scholarship offered at Boyce College. First semester students may apply for this scholarship for their first year of study. Awards are based on high school academic achievement and an essay competition. The award is $4,000 for the first year of study ($2,000 per semester). Applicants not selected will automatically be considered for the General Scholarship.
All international students with an F-1 visa status are eligible to apply for a scholarship of $2,000 ($1,000 per semester). Students must complete the College Board PROFILE by the appropriate deadline.
Children (under the age of 30) of current, full-time IMB or NAMB missionaries may be eligible to receive a 100% tuition grant. Student must be enrolled in full-time course study on-campus or in the Dual Enrollment program. Learn more about deadlines and stipulations on the Missions Grant Policies page.
Boyce Leadership Scholarships
Boyce College offers a variety of scholarships to students involved in leadership positions on campus. Leadership positions are selected by the Office of Student Life and scholarships vary in award amount. In order to be eligible for a leadership position, students must have completed two semesters at Boyce College.
Contact Boyce Student Life for more details at email@example.com or (502)897-4499.
*Boyce College students are eligible for only one institutional scholarship or grant per semester and all institutional scholarship/grant aid must be used towards tuition costs.