The following resources can help you find other sources of financial aid. Many private and civic organizations offer scholarship programs that are available to students outside of the administration of the college financial aid staff. Students are encouraged to apply for any and all scholarships or grants possible. Should you be awarded a grant from an external organization, please forward a copy of the notice of award to the office of Financial Aid.
Beware of scams and services that will charge you a fee!
Emmanuel College is proud to work with various private lenders that offer educational loans outside of the Direct Stafford Loan program. Should you require an educational loan you can review a list of lenders used by EC students in the past. This list can be found here: Historical Lender List (hosted by ELM).
Emmanuel College is pleased to partner with EC alum and friends involved in private foundations or businesses that have created scholarship programs specific to Emmanuel College. These scholarships are available for new students planning to attend Emmanuel College. Application instructions and additional details can be found on the specific donor partner page.
Scholarship award to a student in need who meets the criteria. This is a $24,000 scholarship ($6,000/year for four years) to help pay for an excellent education at Emmanuel.
Scholarship applications are available on the website linked above. Completed applications should be submitted to:
Attn: Brian James
PO Box 129
Franklin Springs, GA 30639
APPLICATIONS DUE ANNUALLY BY APRIL 1st
On behalf of Church Institutions, Discipleship Ministries is receiving applications for the IPHC Hispanic Scholarship. Only IPHC members of Hispanic/Latino descent are eligible and must submit proof of acceptance to Emmanuel College. For more information call 405-792-7152 or email email@example.com.
APPLICATIONS DUE ANNUALLY BY JULY 1st
On behalf of Church Institutions, Discipleship Ministries is receiving applications for the $5,000 Graduate School Scholarship. Only IPHC members are eligible and must submit a transcript showing graduate-level enrollment. For more information call 405-792-7152 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
APPLICATION DUE ANNUALLY BY JULY 1st
The Blanche L. King Scholarship program is funded by the Women’s Ministries of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church to assist children of IPHC Missionaries in furthering their education at one of the denominational colleges. The scholarship is named in honor of the third General Woman’s Auxiliary (now Women’s Ministries) President and the wife of Bishop J.H. King.
Mrs. King had the distinction of being the first teacher hired for Franklin Springs Institute (now Emmanuel College) in 1919 and gave the baccalaureate address for the 50th anniversary of the college in 1969. She had a deep love for the education of children of missionaries.
Scholarship amounts vary from year to year, due to the number of applications and the funds raised. Students must apply for the scholarship every semester. For more information contact email@example.com.
AmeriCorps provides full-time educational awards in return for community service. You can work before, during or after your post-secondary education, and you can use the funds either to pay current educational expenses or to repay federal student loans. For more information, call 1-800-942-2677 or visit http://www.americorps.org/
Businesses and labor organizations: Many companies, businesses and labor organizations have programs to help employees or members and their families pay for post-secondary education. Ask about scholarship programs and the application process.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs: If you (or your spouse) are a veteran or you are the dependent of a veteran, veterans’ educational benefits may be available. Information is available at www.gibill.va.gov or call 1-888-442-4551.
The Emmanuel College Veteran’s Benefits contact is Debra Grizzle, the Registrar. She functions as the certifying official for Emmanuel and can assist you with processing benefits. Find out more on the Registrar’s page.
Public libraries and the Internet are excellent sources of information on state and private sources of financial aid. When using either, search using keywords like “financial aid,” “student aid,” “scholarships,” etc. We recommend students start with www.fastweb.com.
*Please note that Emmanuel College does not accept scholarship solicitation. Specific scholarship funds are not listed on this page unless the fund is controlled by a recognized Emmanuel College partner organization.