Union Scholarships and Fellowships, all of which are merit based, do not require separate applications. All applicants who submit a completed application for admission by the appropriate deadline will be considered for merit-based funding. Applications for tutorships must be received by the academic dean not later than February 15 of the preceding academic year for which appointments are sought.
Union Seminary loans are funded by a special fund donated to the Seminary. They are available on a very limited basis to U.S. citizens or permanent residents who would otherwise fall short financially. They also require a co-signature. The interest rate is currently 8% and there is no loan origination fee. Interest does not accrue while in attendance at Union.
Consideration for all institutional awards requires the completion of a FAFSA and the Union Financial Aid form by the appropriate deadline.