Benefits for Veterans
Sioux Falls Seminary works with the Department of Veteran Affairs to ensure that eligible recipients of Veterans educational benefits receive the assistance that is available to them. Students are encouraged to find out which options will work best for them. Some options include:
|Post-9/11 GI Bill||Montgomery GI Bill (ch. 30)||Vocational Rehabilitation|
|Tuition Assistance||Other VA programs||Military and Veteran Scholarships|
Scholarship for Chaplain Candidates
The Church, State, & Industry Foundation provides support to those experiencing a Call from God to serve as a Military Chaplain (in any of the Armed Forces of the United States of America in any status – Active Duty, National Guard, or Reserve) – as qualified clergy (Ministers, Priests, Imams, Rabbis, etc.), particularly by providing financial assistance which will help to ameliorate the financial pressures inherent in meeting the requisite educational requirements for commissioning and service. Additional information on this scholarship is available at http://chaplain-csif.org/ under Apply section.
Scholarship for Nebraska United Methodist Students
The Nebraska United Methodist Foundation Scholarship Program administers scholarships to individuals who are members of a Nebraska United Methodist Church and are pursuing a degree for service in the Great Plains Conference. Additional information is available on their website at www.numf.org//scholarships.
How to Seek Additional Outside Scholarships
Students have several options available to them when looking in to sources for additional outside scholarships. Potential sources for funding can be searched out on the Internet and/or through personal or family connections and affiliations. Examples of additional outside scholarships include:
- Foundation Grants
- Employee Scholarships
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Denominational Support and Scholarships
- Student Veteran Support through the VFW
- Scholarships through Jerusalem University College