Graduate Relationship Based Scholarships

Alumni Scholarship
The Alumni* Scholarship is provided to all alumni of Piedmont International University and Spurgeon Baptist Bible College as well as their children and grandchildren. Alumni applicants are eligible for one-third off tuition for PIU’s undergraduate, graduate, and seminary programs. This scholarship applies to both on-campus and online programs but does not apply toward unique programs like e4-12 and high school dual enrollment. Stackability with other scholarships is limited.

  • Alumni of Tennessee Temple University should refer to the ‘Temple Heritage Scholarship’ below
  • Alumni of Atlantic Baptist Bible College should refer to the ‘Atlantic Scholarship for Ministry Training’ in the Funded Grants and Scholarships page.

Supporting Church Scholarship for Members
Students who are members of churches supporting Piedmont International University at least $100 each month will receive a one-third tuition scholarship. Renewal requires continued church support.

Student Spouse Tuition Grant
The spouse of a full-time Piedmont student receives a grant of tuition for one free class per semester. Normal fees, including application and registration, must be paid by the student. There is no award deadline. This grant does not include courses taken for enrichment, and cannot be combined with any other award.

Temple Heritage Scholarship
To honor Tennessee Temple University, the Temple Heritage Scholarship has been established providing 1/3 of tuition for PIU’s undergraduate, graduate, and seminary programs. This scholarship is available in perpetuity for all TTU students, alumni and faculty and staff at the time of the merger, as well as for the children and grandchildren of members in each of those groups. This scholarship applies to both on campus and online programs but does not apply toward unique programs like e4-12 and high school dual enrollment. Stackability with other scholarships is limited.

 

*Alumni are graduates from any bachelor's or master's degree program or former students who have completed at least twelve credit hours and have been out of school for five or more years.