Covenant will match funds that students receive from their churches, up to a maximum of 30% of tuition per course (30% from church, 30% from Covenant). The student is responsible for the remaining 40% of tuition. DMin students who do not have any funding from their churches may also apply for scholarship.
Campus Outreach Awards are made to students actively involved with the Campus Outreach ministry or those serving as Campus Outreach staff. Campus Ministry Awards are 50%-tuition awards given to former staff members of other recognized campus ministries
Covenant College Awards are made to students who are recent graduates of Covenant College.
Reformed University Fellowship Awards are made to students actively involved with an RUF ministry or those serving as RUF interns or campus staff.
Strategic Church Development Awards have been established because of a growing need and desire for African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and other minorities to serve as pastors and church planters within the PCA.
Because Covenant Seminary believes that Christian ministry involves the whole family, we provide qualified spouses of all full-time students with the opportunity to attend courses. Spouses may audit courses for free or take courses for credit with 100%-tuition or 75%-tuition scholarships for specific degree programs.