These Scholarships are funded on an annual basis by the donor. Awards are based on available funds and will change from time to time.
BellSouth provides an annual scholarship for students from Tennessee.
The Cole Family Foundation Scholarship
The Cole Family Foundation was founded by Dean and Debbie Cole of Warrenville, S.C., to advance the work of God and the church. Realizing the need for trained worship leaders in the church, the Coles have established this scholarship to provide assistance to students planning a career as Minister of Music in the Church of the Nazarene. When funds are available, the scholarship will provide four grants of $5,000 each, annually. The Chair of the Worship Arts Department will select recipients for the awards.
Patrick J. Conger Business Leadership Scholarship
Annually $500 is available for Business majors.
Tommy Cooper Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Tommy Cooper, a 2009 graduate of Trevecca with a master of arts in religion. The funds from this scholarship will assist students in the graduate religion program who have identified financial need.
Jim Foglesong Music Scholarship
Scholarship assistance is available for Music majors.
C. Dean and Gwen Galloway Ministry Scholarship
This scholarship was established to provide needed financial support for students who are called into ministry. The Galloways are grandparents of the donor and were Nazarene missionaries to Nicaragua for 18 years and established the Nazarene Church in Colombia in 1975. The preference is that this scholarship would assist a student called to international missions. It is the intent of the donor to provide $1,000 annually for this scholarship.
General Superintendent Scholarship
The Board of General Superintendents makes available a scholarship for ministerial students.
Pate Class Scholarship
The Pate Class at Nashville First Church of the Nazarene assists a student of their choice each year.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Robinson Book Fund
Funds are available for students from the North Alabama district to assist with the purchase of textbooks.
Kelle Jean Watkins Tuck PA Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in memory of Kelle Jean Watkins Tuck, Class of 1990, by her husband Jeffrey Tuck, Class of 1989. The funds from this scholarship will be awarded to a physician assistant student who is in the last year of their program. Students must be entering their final year of studies of Trevecca’s Physician Assistant program. In the summer before their final year, students must complete a scholarship application by July 20th, which can be obtained from the Physician Assistant office.
SunTrust Retention Scholarship
This scholarship was established by the SunTrust Foundation and is to assist students who are struggling to remain at Trevecca because of financial difficulties.
The UPS Foundation provides scholarship assistance for needy students.