Financial AidMany students at Moravian Theological Seminary receive need-based financial assistance each year. In 2013-2014, 60% of our students received financial assistance. The average scholarship package subsidized one-third of the cost of tuition. For some students it was as high as 45%.
Financial aid consists of tuition grants, scholarship funds, federal work study, and government loans. Other resources are available through Supervised Ministry placements, denominational agencies, outside scholarships, and on-campus and outside employment.
MTS Scholarships are awarded annually and available to all registered students on the basis of demonstrated need and availability of funds.
Federal Stafford Loans, Graduate PLUS Loans, and work study are available to qualified students with bachelor's degrees, who are taking at least 6 credits per semester and enrolled in a degree program (MDiv, MAPC, MATS).
To receive financial aid for the fall semester, returning students must apply by April 15th of the preceding year. Applications for assistance received after the deadline cannot be guaranteed an award.
The Office of Enrollment of the seminary works in conjunction with the Moravian College Financial Aid Office to process financial aid for seminary students. For more information about financial aid, contact David DeRemer in the Office of Enrollment (firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-861-1512).