The majority of participants in the DMin program participate in North American Division cohorts and generally receive the benefit of a program subsidy, reducing the doctoral tuition rate by 50-62%. Participants receiving the 62% benefit are usually not eligible for additional financial aid from Andrews.
The International Student Services office administers some scholarship funds for participants who are employed by the denominational organization outside North America. Applicants for the Chan Shun scholarship/loan should contact International Student Services to apply before the submission deadline near the beginning of each year. Call 269-471-6395 or email email@example.com for more information.
Additional financial aid may be available, administered by various campus entities. Applications for named scholarships are accepted in the spring term of each year for awards made toward the following academic year at the Seminary Dean's office. contact Steve Nash, 1-269-471-3175 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.