Encourage Students to be Blue Hose

Since 1880, Presbyterian College has been developing within the framework of Christian faith the minds, bodies, and souls of students in preparation for a lifetime of personal and vocational fulfillment. After four years, students leave the College with a desire to be leaders in their communities, their homes, their churches.

Give student leaders in your church an opportunity to grow and develop into the fullest version of themselves by referring them for the $1,000 Emerging Church Leader Scholarship.*

Emerging Church Leader Scholarship

  • Prospective Student Contact Information

    You can add up to three prospective student's contact information below. For your convenience, if you have more than three, please download this excel spreadsheet and upload the file at the bottom of this form.
  • Prospective Student #1

  • Street Address, City, State, Zip Code
  • Prospective Student #2

  • Street Address, City, State, Zip Code
  • Prospective Student #3

  • Street Address, City, State, Zip Code
  • Accepted file types: xlsx, csv.

Students graduating in 2018 must apply by December 1, 2017, to be eligible. Also, in order for a student to receive the Emerging Church Leader Scholarship, he or she must be nominated no later than December 1, 2017.

*The Emerging Church Leader Scholarship is renewable for up to four years and cannot be combined with the Legacy or the Alumni Referral scholarships. Please note that students being recruited to participate in or become members of NCAA Division I athletic teams are not eligible.

Why PC?

As our alumni will tell you, an education at Presbyterian College is life-changing. Just ask Sarah Yoss, a senior Christian education major from Peachtree City, GA. She and her fellow Blue Hose had the opportunity to explore religion and culture on a trip of a lifetime with Dr. Robert A. Bryant, the Kristin Herrington Professor of Bible.

Sarah Yoss ‘18

“While we were abroad, we visited many historical excavation sites, and places such as Qumran, the Dead Sea, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Masada, and the Sea of Galilee. We also had the opportunity to engage in discussion with Elias Chacour, a Palestinian Christian, and others on the Israel-Palestine Conflict. It was an educational, faith-forming, life-changing trip that I will never forget. ”