The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to incoming students on the basis of their composite test score and high school GPA. Students transferring to The King’s College are also eligible for the Presidential Scholarship based on their cumulative college GPA and number of credit hours completed. Students are required to remain in academic “Good Standing” in order to maintain their President’s Scholarship. All students are automatically considered for this scholarship. No separate application is required.
The Founders Competition is a speech, essay, and team building competition where prospective students come to campus to share and debate their ideas for a chance to win one of four full tuition scholarships. Please see the Founders FAQ page for competition details.
Research an institution or company in New York City with which you would like to intern during your time at King’s. Describe that institution’s contributions and influence on culture, business or society in NYC, the US, and/or the world. What are your goals for your future, and how would this dream internship help reach those goals? How would this experience, the institution or company, and your goals align with the mission of King’s?
Students who receive the Founders Scholarship must maintain at least a 3.3 cumulative GPA, full-time status, and may not be placed on academic or disciplinary probation while at King’s. For those students who apply and qualify for need-based financial assistance, the academic scholarship will become a part of the financial aid package and coordinated with other awards.
The King’s Grant is awarded to students who demonstrate need. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered for this grant. The King’s Grant is awarded at the discretion of the Office of Financial Aid. The grant is reevaluated each year the FAFSA is completed.
The King’s College is offering up to four $3,000-per-year McCandlish Phillips Journalism Scholarships to incoming freshmen majoring in Journalism, Culture and Society. To apply, email 3 published clips and a 500-word personal statement answering the question “How can someone be both an excellent journalist and a committed Christian?” to email@example.com.
Deadline April 15
The King’s College is offering a $1,000 per year scholarship to siblings, children, and grandchildren of alumni or current students.
Impact 360 Institute’s Gap Year is an academic gap year experience with the mission of equipping members of future generations to become Christ-centered servant leaders. Every student that completes the one-year program will be guaranteed a minimum of $18,000 per year in scholarship funds.
Students scoring 100 or above on the CLT will be guaranteed a receive a minimum of $15,000 per year in scholarship funds. Students scoring 108 or above on the CLT will be eligible to apply for a travel voucher from CLT to attend a preview day or private visit at The King’s College.
This scholarship was established in honor of Bill and Vonette Bright, founders of Campus Crusade for Christ. Bill Bright was also the visionary who provided leadership to recast the current vision of The King’s College in New York City. Students whose parents serve full-time with Cru or Campus Crusade for Christ International are eligible to receive a $1,500 per year scholarship.
The King’s College is proud to partner with churches and ministries in developing the next generation of Christian leaders. King’s will match contributions from a church or ministry for their King’s student, up to $1,500 per year.
Classical Conversations supports homeschooling parents by cultivating the love of learning through a Christian worldview in fellowship with other families. They believe there are three keys to a great education: Classical, Christian, and Community.
Upon completion of the Challenge III and IV curriculum and enrollment at The King’s College, students will be guaranteed a minimum of $12,000 per year in scholarship funds.
The King’s College wants to congratulate NCFCA students on their successes at the National Championship by offering finalists and semifinalists scholarship opportunities for enrollment at King’s. Finalists are eligible for a $3,000 NCFCA scholarship and semifinalists a $1,500 NCFCA scholarship.
The King’s College looks forward to partnering with Veritas Press Scholars Academy as we seek to fulfill our mission of transforming society by preparing students for careers in which they help to shape and eventually lead strategic public and private institutions. The King’s College will award $24,000 per year to an honor graduate of Veritas Press Scholars Academy that is in the top 5% of the graduating class. This scholarship is limited to one student per year.
By completing the FAFSA, students are eligible to be considered for the Federal Pell Grant and Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant. Eligibility is determined by information provided on the FAFSA. Students are automatically considered for federal grants; no separate application is required.
TAP helps eligible New York residents pay tuition at approved schools in New York State. Depending on the academic year in which you begin study, an annual TAP award can be up to $5,000. Because TAP is a grant, it does not have to be paid back. For more information and eligibility requirements, visit the TAP website.
The King’s College has an affiliation with Tuition Management Systems (TMS), which provides our students and families with a no-interest, monthly payment plan. You pay only a small enrollment fee to participate in the program. Visit our TMS Gateway for more information.
Federal Direct Loan Programs
By completing the FAFSA , students are automatically eligible to take out loans in their name through the Direct Stafford Loan Program . All students are pre-approved, and no credit check is required. Students with financial need may receive a portion of their Stafford Loan as a Subsidized Loan.
Parents of students who have completed the FAFSA are eligible to apply for the Direct Parent PLUS Loan, which can cover the entire Cost of Attendance minus any financial aid their student receives. A credit check is required.
Private Student Loans
Higher Education is an investment in your future. Private loans can be a great tool to finance that investment. The following is a list of popular lenders with King’s students. The King’s College does not endorse a particular lender. Students can choose any lender that best fits their needs, including ones not listed below. Students can use our loan comparison tool to compare lenders.
- Sallie Mae Smart Option Student Loan
- Wells Fargo Student Loan
- Union Federal Student Loan
- Citizens Bank Student Loan
- Discover Student Loans
- Sun Trust Custom Choice Loan
There are many ways to find outside scholarships; here are a few ways that our students have found success:
• Ask your High School Guidance Counselor – Scholarships come across their desk all the time, and they’re usually more than happy to help out.
• Check with your parent’s employers about tuition matching programs or scholarships they might have.
• Check with any service clubs (Key Club, Rotary Club, DAR, etc.) that you, your parents, or grandparents belong to. Also, check with your church about any scholarships or grants they may have.
• Talk to local business, particularly small business your family frequents.
• Make use of the scholarship search engines. There are tons of these out there, here are some of the most popular ones:
- Scholarship Experts
- College Board
- Scholarship Hunter
- Scholarship Search by Sallie Mae
Financial assistance is available to veterans and their families through the Montgomery GI Bill® , Post 9/11 GI Bill® , and other programs. Learn how to apply to King’s as part of these programs.
The Veteran’s Administration or your recruiter can provide more details. The King’s College also participates in The Yellow Ribbon Program.
The King’s College has a partnership with Fordham University Army ROTC as part of the New York City Army ROTC program. Learn about ROTC scholarships and programs.