Financial aid at Olivet University begins with the commitment of the affiliated ministries to quality education. Gifts from the affiliated ministries and faithful individuals provide major funding for the financial assistance. The University financial aid serves as a tool to meet enrollment goals of the University and attract students who would contribute to His Kingdom and the diverse student population. The goal of the financial aid is to remove financial barriers to attendance in order to maintain access for qualified students. The University does not yet offer scholarships from Federal or State Financial Aid Programs including Title IV at this time. However, various assistance programs are offered by the University and its affiliate ministries. All aid granted is based on the availability of funds.
The scholarship application forms are available on MyOlivet. Updated financial aid information and application forms is made available at least 60 days prior to deadline. Specific instructions and eligibility information are included on the page of financial aid program on MyOlivet. Please contact any application questions to the Student Finance Office by calling at 415-371-0002 (ext 108) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please contact Student Finance Office immediately upon any decision to cancel an application after it has been submitted. Financial aid recipients are notified by email regarding award status at least 21 days prior to the payment deadline. All aid recipients are required to draft a personal "Thank You" letter addressed to the affiliated ministries or fund donors. Students and donors alike have greatly benefited from the fellowship and joy generated through this unique element of the Financial Aid Program. Financial Aid Program recipients who register as full-time students and then withdraw to part-time hours, or withdraw from active enrollment, must relinquish all scholarship funds and bear responsibility for full payment of all tuition charges.
Students may apply for the scholarship by submitting the Financial Aid Application form by the deadline. Form should be submitted by August 30 for the fall quarter, December 30 for the winter quarter and April 3, 2014 for spring quarter.
This fund was established in 2011 for on-campus recruitment targeting “at-risk” (foreign language, low income, newly evangelized) online students for on-campus study to provide better quality academic and student services. Students should demonstrate academic excellence, Christian leadership abilities and financial needs. Recipients of this scholarship must have definite plans to return to China to minister.
Scholarship allowance covers the full amount of tuition due for each academic year. It is renewable each year for the duration of the program. However this is dependent upon continuing financial need, satisfactory academic progress, maintaining a satisfactory reputation on campus, and availability of funds.
This fund was established in 2009 for Olivet University international students, with preference towards those Demonstrating exceptional academic and/or leadership abilities. Scholarship is awarded on the basis of the applicant's spiritual maturity, academic excellence, ministry potential, financial need, mission of Olivet University and evidence of returning to their home countries.
Financial aid for international students is distributed in the form of tuition scholarships and maximum allowance covers 100 percent tuition. It is renewable each year for the duration of the program. However this is dependent upon continuing financial need, satisfactory academic progress, maintaining a satisfactory reputation on campus, and availability of funds.
This fund was established for Olivet University students, with preference towards those with lifelong missionary service. Students with exceptional full-time missionary service backgrounds in EAPCA churchs are eligible to apply missionary scholarship, the maximum allowance for which covers tuition for each academic year.
Scholarship recipients must evidence commitment to the EAPCA churches and maintain good academic standing and a GPA of 3.0 or higher throughout their course of study in order to maintain their award each quarter.
Financial aid for international students is distributed in the form of tuition scholarships and maximum allowance covers 100 percent tuition. It is renewable each year for the duration of the program.
Students can apply for scholarships among affiliated ministries of Olivet's Schools. Scholarships offered can cover up to 50% of the tuition from full-time study, depending on the student's relationship with the ministry. This scholarship is awarded on a quarter basis.Students must enroll full time to receive their scholarship and achieve a GPA of 3.3 or above and demonstrate the ministry involvement.