Grants and Scholarships
Andrews Graduate Scholarship
Starting Fall 2013, A tuition-reduction scholarship based on GRE or GMAT scores is available to new master’s and doctoral students. The Graduate Scholarship is available for full time students in:
- All on campus Master programs (except MDiv, MAYYAM & MAPMin programs).
- Professional Doctoral level programs: EDS, EDD, DPT.
- Doctoral programs PhD, ThD.
The Graduate Scholarship is a tuition reduction percentage and is awarded as follows:
Combined Verbal and
Quantitative GRE Scores
- The Graduate Scholarship cannot overlap with another discount from an Andrews University budget.
- The Graduate Scholarship will not be available for programs that already have a discounted tuition below the standard tuition rate. If the Graduate Scholarship is greater than the discount provided by the specific program, then the difference will be awarded as an additional scholarship.
|Master’s Level programs||4 Semesters|
|EDS, EDD, DPT||6 Semesters|
|PHD, THD||8 Semesters|
New graduate students who meet the appropriate GRE/GMAT scores are eligible for the Graduate Scholarship if:
- The students took the GRE/GMAT prior to the start of the first semester.
- The students took the GRE/GMAT test during their first semester in the graduate program. However, because the GRE/GMAT was taken during their first semester of registration the GRE/GMAT scholarship will be applied in their second semester.
- The student took the test multiple times in their first semester. In that case, the highest score will count toward the GRE/GMAT scholarship. However, because the GRE/GMAT was taken during their first semester of registration the GRE/GMAT scholarship will be applied in their second semester.
- In order to retain the Graduate Scholarship, students are required to maintain the minimum GPA for their program. Students whose GPA falls below the required minimum for their program will permanently forfeit the scholarship.
- Scholarship money will not be applied retroactively to any coursework started prior to taking the exam.
- Students applying and accepted to a second graduate degree, who already had received the Graduate Scholarship, will be eligible for the scholarship for the new program if the GRE/GMAT scores are not older than 5 years.
Additional policies apply. For more information visit the Andrews University Bulletin.
Graduate Discounts Per Program
|MA Religious Education|
|MA Youth and Young Adult Ministry|
|38%||MA Youth Ministry|
|50%||PhD Counseling Psychology|
|EdS School Psychology|
|MA School Counseling|
|MS Special Education|
|MA Clinical Mental Health|
|Post-MS Nursing Education Certificate|
|MPH Nutrition & Wellness|
|Varied||MDIV Credits <= 5|
Federal and Michigan grants and scholarships
Grants, scholarships, and loans issued by the United States government or the State of Michigan may be available to students enrolled in an eligible program. More details are available by contacting your graduate financial advisor or on the Student Financial Services website.
Federal Direct Loans
|Federal Direct Loan Grad PLUS|
|Who may apply?||U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens.||Parents of dependent students, graduate students.|
|Who is eligible?||Students whose needs are not fully met from other aid sources.||Parents of dependent students, graduate students.|
|Range of award||Up to $12,000||Up to total educational costs less other awarded resources.|
|How to apply||Go to studentloans.gov||Loan request form|
|Whom to contact||AU financial advisor||AU financial advisor, Student Financial Services|
|Deadline||At least three months before loan is needed.||At least three months before loan is needed.|
Other grants and scholarships may be available through the office of your academic program. You may request an application from the respective dean or department chair.