Edit
Edit

This scholarship is available to African-American, African, Pacific Islander, Asian, and Native American students enrolled at BJU.

It was created in 2000 to meet the need for Christ-honoring leaders throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our goal is to enable more students who are minorities to pursue a Christian education at BJU, so they may be effective leaders who honor God and stand for righteousness and truth.

This partial scholarship may be used to cover tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for courses at BJU.

The Minority Scholarship is open to students of African-American, Pacific Islander, Asian, and Native American descent who are enrolled at BJU and demonstrate academic ability, spiritual leadership, and financial need. Undergraduate students will be given consideration before graduate students.

Edit

This scholarship (formerly the Hispanic Assistance Fund) is available to Hispanic students enrolled at BJU.

It was created in 2004 to meet the need for Christ-honoring leaders in the Hispanic community throughout the U.S. and abroad. Our goal is to enable more Hispanic students to pursue a Christian education at BJU, so they may be effective leaders who honor God and stand for righteousness and truth.

This partial scholarship may be used to cover tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for courses at BJU.

Eligible students must be enrolled at BJU, be of Hispanic descent, and should demonstrate academic ability, spiritual leadership, and financial need. Undergraduate students will be given consideration before graduate students.

Edit

Dr. Billy & Trudy Kim Endowment

To honor the life and ministry of loyal alumni Dr. Billy and Trudy Kim, BJU established this scholarship to assist financially needy international students who have a desire to fulfill the Great Commission by reaching across cultural lines and effectively proclaiming the Word.

Dr. Kim, who professed his faith in Jesus Christ while an international student at Bob Jones Academy, received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Bob Jones University. He also met his wife Trudy at BJU.

Dr. Kim has dedicated more than 55 years of his life to serving Christ as a pastor, evangelist, translator, chaplain, chairman and president of major Gospel ministries. He is the founder of the Capital Bible College and Suwon Central Christian Academy in Korea. He has also grown a radio network that pushes the Gospel into restricted access nations.

Tax-deductible gifts to the Kim Scholarship may be made payable to BJU, Inc. with “Kim Scholarship” designated on the memo line or by selecting “Dr. Billy and Trudy Kim Endowment” as an option on our online giving form.

Edit

League Disability Scholarship

The League Disability Scholarship is available for college students whose disabilities or health-related limitations incur additional expenses beyond those of their peers. It is offered on behalf of Donald K. League, the first blind student to graduate from Bob Jones University, who desires to see Christians with disabilities receive the unique benefits of a Christian education.

The scholarship aids students studying at Bob Jones University by providing for special equipment and assistance including (but not limited to):

  • A reading machine for the library so students who are blind will have access to the books
  • Specialized computer software
  • Textbooks (when more than one copy must be purchased) for those who will put the book on tape
  • The cost of providing special assistance, if required

Tax-deductible gifts to the League Scholarship may be made payable to BJU, Inc. or made online.