MINISTRY STUDENT PROGRAM
Dr. Joe Mosley
Director of Ministry Students
The Ministry Student Office is located in Pilgrim Chapel, Suite 303.
Ministry Student Grant/Scholarship
The Ministry Student Grant/Scholarship program is available to qualifying students who have shown evidence of a divine call to vocational or bi-vocational church related Christian ministry. Applications for this grant/scholarship may be obtained from the Ministry Student Office, the Office of Financial Aid, or on the Financial Aid pages of the DBU website. Active membership in DBU's Ministry Fellowship and an annual renewal application are required. Applications for the next school year will be available in January. The deadline for submitting the application is the last day of late registration. Contact the Director of Ministry Students for more information.
- Undergraduate Baptist Ministry Student Grant/Scholarship Application
- Undergraduate Non-Baptist Ministry Student Scholarship Application
- Graduate Ministry Student Grant/Scholarship Application
Students receiving ministry scholarships and grants are required to be active members of DBU’s Ministry Fellowship. For students utilizing distance education, participation in the Ministry Fellowship’s annual Holiday Food Drive is an excellent opportunity to fulfill the requirement.
Note: In order to receive financial aid at DBU, applicants must annually complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and DBU Supplemental Application for Financial Aid and Scholarships. Contact the Office of Financial Aid regarding forms and information.
How do I know if my Church is a BGCT cooperating church?
You can search for BGCT affiliated churches through the church locator on the Baptist General Convention of Texas website at: www.texasbaptists.org
On the BGCT website, you can also find helpful information regarding:
- CHURCH PERSONNEL INFORMATION SERVICES - provides a confidential resume service for ministers, by which a church affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas can find candidates for various job openings.
- COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES - offers career, marriage enrichment, pastoral care and personal counseling and training for ministry students, ministers and their families, and churches.
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Ministry Student Grant/Scholarship
applications are available in January for the next school year. We
encourage you to complete your application
before leaving for summer break.
If you have any questions regarding Ministerial
Tuition Aid, please contact Dr. Joe Mosley in
the Ministry Student office at ext. 5639.
Facts and Figures
Click here to see an example of how this and other funding can help cover undergraduate and graduate tuition expenses!
Accelerated Bachelor's and Master's Degrees
Accelerated Bachelor's and Master's Degree Programs at DBU provide a means for individuals to attain knowledge and skills from both undergraduate and master’s degrees in a single accelerated process. Combining the degrees provides a faster track to graduation, proves to be more cost effective, and gives the student the opportunity to enter the workforce sooner with a competitive advantage. Students wishing to enter an accelerated program should file a Statement of Commitment with their academic advisor.
The Gary Cook Graduate School of Leadership
Consider pursuing your graduate ministry degree at DBU! The Gary Cook Graduate School of Leadership offers several ministry programs and concentrations. For further information, go to www.dbu.edu/leadership!