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The Phillips University Legacy Scholars Program
The Phillips University Legacy Scholars program is the flagship educational outreach program of the Phillips University Legacy Foundation. The Legacy Scholars program provides undergraduate scholarships and leadership training to bright, enthusiastic students who are excited about their future careers and leadership potential in the church and world. Our program strives to support talented young people by nurturing their dreams, cultivating their talent, and inspiring leadership.
The Legacy Scholars program assists undergraduate students who attend or wish to attend the 17 colleges and universities affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Students are awarded annual renewable tuition scholarships of up to $5,000 based upon academic achievements and leadership in their church, community and academic environments. Since the inception of the scholarship program in 2002, 309 scholarships have been awarded for a total of over $900,000.» Watch the Legacy Scholars Video Today!
Legacy Seminary Scholarship Program
Phillips University is pleased to be offering a Seminary scholarship program to students who are pursuing a Masters of Divinity degree, are committed to pastoral ministry and will attend one of the following Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) seminaries:
- Brite Divinity School
- Christian Theological Seminary
- Disciples Divinity House at Vanderbilt
- Disciples Divinity House of the University of Chicago
- Disciples Seminary Foundation (both in Claremont, CA and in Berkeley, CA)
- Lexington Theological Seminary
- Phillips Theological Seminary
The purpose of this program is to perpetuate the mission and the legacy of Phillips University by helping educate people who will be future ministers of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).Learn more about the PU Legacy Seminary Scholarship Program »