Scholarships and Financial Aid

Providing resources for equipping historically underrepresented groups.

Southeastern is committed to equipping groups who have been historically underrepresented on our campus to serve the church and fulfill the Great Commission. Our financial aid resources represent part of a holistic effort to support current and future students in an attempt to make our campus look more like the kingdom.

The Kingdom Diversity Scholarship is comprised of several scholarship funds, including an endowment in honor of President Daniel L. Akin. In addition, for your convenience the Financial Aid office has compiled a variety of scholarships facilitated by other organizations.

Qualifications & Eligibility

A limited number of scholarship awards are made available each academic year under the following parameters:

1. Student must be from an underrepresented culture or a woman in a doctoral program.

  • Students of African descent

  • Students of Asian descent

  • Students of Hispanic/Latin descent

  • Students of Native American descent

  • Students of Middle Eastern descent

  • All Women studying at the Doctoral level

  • International Students

  • First generation immigrants

  • Those who serve on mission teams serving non-Western people groups domestically or internationally.

2. Scholarship is open to prospective and current students.

3. Show a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in all previous undergraduate and graduate coursework.

However, if your cumulative GPA is between 2.5 and 2.75, include an explanation of your GPA at the end of your personal statement.

Application Periods

Period 1 (Spring Semester Only) : September 1 - September 30

Period 2 (Full Academic Year) : December 1 - January 31