Students must apply for Boyce College scholarships annually, and the 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.
Below is a brief description of each Boyce College institutional scholarship. Click on the scholarship name to learn more about scholarship details and deadlines.
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).
Academic Excellence Scholarship
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 along with an essay competition and a short introduction video.
The Nick Challies Memorial Scholarship
The Nick Challies Memorial Scholarship is available for Canadian students enrolled at Southern Seminary and/or Boyce College. The fund will award up to five (5) annual scholarships to qualified students. Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis and are divided equally between Fall and Spring semesters. All scholarships will be given on first-come, first-served basis.
The Highlands Latin School Scholarship
The Highlands Latin School Scholarships are available for graduates of Highland Latin School. Scholarships are awarded on annual basis and are divided equally between Fall and Spring semesters.
Boyce KEES Alternative Award
Boyce College offers students eligible to receive the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship the opportunity to receive an institutional award equivalent to the amount that students would receive if they were to attend a school participating in the KEES program. Boyce KEES awards are based on the academic achievements of applicants throughout their time in high school. This award is only for new full-time, residential students at Boyce who are Kentucky residents.
F-1 International Student 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 F-1 International Student Scholarship Form by the appropriate deadline.
Garland Offutt Scholars Program
As documented in the Seminary’s 2018 “Report on Slavery and Racism in the History of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary,” the Seminary recognizes the tragedy of its own institutional entanglement in the history of slavery and racism. Named in honor of the Seminary’s first African-American graduate, this scholarship is designed to redress the legacy of slavery and legal segregation in the United States and to provide tuition assistance to qualified African-American students who are pursuing theological education at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in any of the Seminary’s degree programs and Boyce College.
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. Learn more about deadlines and stipulations on the Missions Grant Policies and Procedures page.