3-Way Scholarship Application

The Three-Way Scholarship is a scholarship that involves the matching of funds between your local church, the Southwest Region Conference, and your college. The way it works is: your local church sends two hundred dollars to the Conference Office of Education; the Conference matches this with another two hundred dollars; and your college grants two hundred dollars, for a total of six hundred dollars. Adventist students attending an Adventist university/college are eligible. The Southwest Region Conference will only match scholarships as funds are available on a first come first serve basis. Apply here

Union Scholarship Application

If you are a full-time student at Southwestern Adventist University/Oakwood University, doing undergraduate studies and a member in good and regular standing with membership in the Southwest Region Conference, you are eligible to receive the Southwest Region Conference Union Scholarship.
Completing all forms and obtaining the original signatures and financial records are essential to the application process. As a student, you can only apply for this scholarship ONCE a school year and must have successfully completed ONE semester prior to receipt of this scholarship. Applications received after the deadline will not be processed. Apply here

Regional Scholarship Fund

If you are citizen of Bermuda, Canada, or the USA, a full-time graduate student and a member of a church in a regional conference, you may be eligible for the regional scholarship fund. The purpose for the Regional Scholarship Fund is to encourage the growth of strong leaders for the church whether recipients are ultimately hired in the church organization or whether they serve as supportive lay members. The applicant must carefully read the instructions and information provided with the application form and return the 3-page application form to the regional conference. Regional Scholarship Applications must be sent to the regional conference between September 1 and December 1 each year. Apply here