Programs 2023 - 2024
Scholarships hold significant importance for college students as they provide invaluable financial support and open doors to higher education. These merit-based, need-based, and talent-based opportunities play a crucial role in alleviating the burden of educational expenses, reducing student debt, and increasing access to quality education. Scholarships not only recognize and validate students' achievements but also empower them to pursue their academic goals, explore diverse fields of study, and unlock enhanced career opportunities.
By promoting educational equality and supporting students from diverse backgrounds, scholarships have a profound impact on increasing college enrollment rates, fostering diversity and inclusion, and nurturing the development of future leaders and professionals. However, challenges such as intense competition and limited availability pose obstacles, necessitating efforts to address equity issues and expand scholarship opportunities for all deserving students. Overall, scholarships play a vital role in shaping the educational landscape, enabling students to thrive academically and realize their full potential.
Education is a gift that lasts a lifetime, and a memorial scholarship program provides a meaningful way for a family, foundation, or company to honor that special person while carrying his or her legacy forward to future generations of students. By providing deserving students with funds for their college education, many individuals opt to commemorate the memory of a loved one. This act serves as a means to both perpetuate the memory of the beloved and make a positive impact by investing in future generations.
At SGLU, scholarships are offered through the generous contributions of the university's faculty, staff, and board members. These individuals have established a Memorial Scholarship Fund, which serves as a heartfelt tribute to their beloved ones. The scholarships provided through this fund reflect a commitment to preserving the memory of their loved ones while making a meaningful difference in the lives of deserving students. By offering these scholarships, SGLU not only acknowledges the importance of education but also honors the legacies of those who have made a lasting impact on the university community.
SGLU provides the following scholarships for deserving students to support their educational pursuits. If you believe you meet the eligibility criteria for any of the scholarships, please apply using the link below.
GDS " Home By Six" Scholarship Fund
In Loving Memory of Gwendolyn Diane Swift
This scholarship program was established for the benefit of worthy students of good character in high school or who need financial aid to assist them in obtaining a college education.
Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited high school, work, or be a resident in TN
Must be enrolled as full-time students and maintain a minimum 3.0-grade point average
For undergraduate degrees. Not for those receiving a master's degree or a Ph.D
Required to submit a grade report for the period for which the scholarship is awarded
To be eligible for July 25, 2023 class start date candidates must submit a completed application packet to the Scholarship Committee no later than 5:00 p.m. on July 20, 2023.
Krista Suzette Scholarship Fund
In Loving Memory of Krista Suzette
This scholarship aims to empower and encourage students who are making a positive impact through their entrepreneurial endeavors, community engagement, and active involvement in church activities.
The $1000 scholarship is designed to recognize and support individuals who exhibit a strong passion for entrepreneurship, demonstrate a commitment to community service, and actively contribute to their church community.
A female, single mother living in the U.S
High School diploma or equivalent
Must demonstrate a financial need
Must be enrolled in an accredited university for ministry or entrepreneurship
Write a 500 Word Essay
Please note that specific scholarship guidelines and application procedures may vary, and interested applicants should refer to the scholarship provider's website or application materials for complete details on how to apply and the submission deadline.