A scholarship is an award of financial aid for students to further their education. Wayland Baptist University is fortunate to have a large number of endowed scholarships provided by donors, churches, alumni and organizations loyal to Wayland.
With educational costs rising nationwide, many parents and prospective students believe
private education is beyond reach. We strive to help our students receive the maximum
aid available to them. We offer endowed scholarships based on a student’s major field
of study, residency, academics, or other specified criteria. We match students with
scholarships to help them attain their educational goals. Our main goal in offering
financial aid for students is to help students attain their education goals, whatever
they may be.
Academic Scholarships are available for first time freshmen, transfer students, re-entering students, and
high school Valedictorian and Salutatorian. These scholarship are awarded to the most
productive students. Scholarships are based on GPA, and SAT and ACT scores. For more
information, click here.
Blue & Gold and PTK Transfer Student Scholarships
Blue & Gold and PTK Transfer Student Scholarships are awarded to outstanding transfer students. These scholarships are based on cumulative
transfer GPA. The PTK is based on active Phi Theta Kappa membership at another college.
For more information, click here.
Endowed Scholarships are scholarships that have been provided by donors, churches, alumni and organizations loyal
to Wayland. Criteria for each scholarship may vary. For information on an Endowed
Scholarship, click here.
Ministerial Scholarships are available for dependents of a full-time Baptist minister, missionary, denominational
minister or staff minister in a Baptist congregation. Scholarships are also available
for those who have been active in Acteens and Challengers. Christian Leadership scholarships
are available for Baptist church members who have excelled academically. Information
for other scholarships.
Other Scholarships and Grants
Other Scholarships and Grants available for students.
For Any student anticipating a scholarship
Students anticipating scholarships, with or without federal funds (grants/loans), are required to complete an Institutional Application for Financial Aid in order for their funds to be processed.