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Capital University is one of the oldest and largest Lutheran-affiliated universities in the country. We offer several scholarships to Lutheran students who are active in their churches and/or related to a member of the Lutheran clergy.
Awarded to entering traditional undergraduate dependent students seeking their first undergraduate degree whose custodial parent is an active, registered Lutheran clergy person. This award is equal to half the price of tuition and is renewable for eight fall and spring semesters (four years) for as long as you remain full time and earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.00 and your parent remains an active, rostered Lutheran clergy person.
Awarded to entering traditional undergraduate students seeking their first undergraduate degree who are members of Lutheran congregations who identify themselves on the admission application. This tuition-based award is renewable if you are enrolled as a full-time student and your cumulative GPA is 2.0 or higher. Awards are made for a maximum of eight fall and spring semesters (four years).
Awards are made to full-time traditional undergraduate students seeking their first undergraduate degree who are members of participating Lutheran congregations. Capital University matches funds contributed by the congregations up to the annual maximum of $500. You must contact your pastor each year to identify your congregation’s level of participation. This award is not applied to a student’s account until the congregation's donation is received. Awards are matched for a maximum of eight fall and spring semesters (four years).
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