The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences awards a number of scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships to provide funding support for our most talented students.  To be eligible for funding from the Graduate School you must be a fully enrolled, degree-seeking, on campus student.  Admitted students are nominated by their departments for institutional scholarship support based on their admission application.  There are no separate applications for institutional scholarship support offered by the Graduate School.

Wake Forest University School of Divinity has a generous financial aid program. Awards are made to degree-seeking students based upon merit and need. Scholarships are awarded through the School of Divinity and range from full tuition and a stipend to one-third tuition. A typical financial aid package includes scholarships or grants, federal student loans, and federal work-study employment.

No additional application is required to be considered for scholarships or grants awarded by the School of Divinity. Candidates are encouraged to apply by the priority deadline of February  for full consideration for financial aid.