CSART offers up to two Graduate Scholarships each year. Qualifying graduate students in the GST may compete to receive generous full tuition scholarships that are renewable for up to three years. CSART Scholars will be expected to participate in the work of the Center and to be involved in special activities sponsored by the Center, such as seminars, social events, and travel.
Qualifications and Application Process:
- An applicant must be a full-time, residential GST student enrolled in the MAOT, MANT, or MAAOC degree program. “Full-time” is at least 9 hours load per semester. Students may also be enrolled in additional GST degree programs (e.g. MDiv).
- To receive financial aid in the GST applicants must successfully apply to the GST and they must complete the Financial Aid Steps for Graduate Students and the GST Online Scholarship Application Form.
- In addition, applicants must submit a CSART Graduate Scholars application to the Director of the Center (firstname.lastname@example.org). Applications should be submitted two months before the semester in which a student plans to enroll.
- Click here to download the Scholarship Application 19-20 Form.
Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis and are reevaluated at the end of each school year. Student GPA and the student’s participation in the work and activities of the Center will be the most significant considerations in determination of renewal.