We want to enable every student to receive quality graduate theological education. Thanks to funds provided by generous donors, our goal is to provide funding that recognizes academic excellence and/or financial need. All applications will be given serious consideration. For more information, contact Brian Cooper, Director of Student Development.
Financial Aid is provided in various ways:
MB Seminary Awards
We provide endowment awards made possible through the generosity of alumni, individual members of our MB constituency, and provincial conferences (e.g. R Epp Family, Nathan Paul Toews, ICOMB), based on financial need and the applicant’s potential for ministry in the church or missions. When an award is granted, the funds are divided between the Fall and Spring semester within the same academic year and applied directly to a student’s account.
New and returning full-time students (9+ credit hours per semester) at our Langley or Winnipeg campuses will be given preference over part-time students (funds may be available for new and returning part-time students as well). Requests will be processed in the order in which they are received. A student must be enrolled in a degree program at MB Seminary in Langley or Winnipeg and maintain the required GPA applicable for their program (minimum 2.5).
Institutional Partner Scholarships
Students enrolled in Langley (ACTS Seminaries) or Winnipeg (Graduate School of Theology and Ministry at CMU) may also apply for academic scholarships. To learn more about the financial aid available, please visit the following sites:
Global Scholarship Fund
International students planning to study at MB Seminary can apply for financial assistance through ICOMB (International Community of Mennonite Brethren). The Global Scholarship Fund is designed to assist students in smaller or developing ICOMB churches to access higher learning. Click here to learn more.
Saskatchewan Student Seminary Incentive Bursary
Financial aid is available for those who are members of an MB church in Saskatchewan. Email Brian Cooper, Director of Student Development, to learn if you are eligible to apply for this bursary.
MB Historical Commission Grants, Internships, and Stipends
The MB Historical Commission provides opportunities each year to receive grant money for projects and research. Summer internship and stipends for writing articles are also made available. You can learn more by visiting the MB Historical Commission website.
Leadership Training Matching Grant (LTMG)
The LTMG is a partnership between the Canadian Conference of MB Churches (CCMBC), a seminary student enrolled in a degree program in Langley (ACTS Seminaries) or Winnipeg (Graduate School of Theology and Ministry at CMU), and that student’s local church.
The LTMG was discontinued by the CCMBC in January 2020.