Third-Party Financial Aid
Our goal is to provide Bible-based education to future Christian leaders at an affordable price at Summit Bible College. However, we understand that some of our students may be facing financial difficulties that hinder them from fulfilling their calling to have a meaningful ministry life. If this is your situation, don’t worry. You can apply for bible college financial aid from our third-party partners.
The foundation provides financial assistance to Christian leaders with exemplary academic achievements and notable leadership history. Visit their website to determine if you meet their minimum guidelines for a scholarship.
This organization is the oldest and largest non-profit organization that solely caters to college-bound foster youth. They provide financial aid in tuition grants, book money, and living stipends, among others. Visit their website to learn more about their scholarships and assistance programs.
They serve credit unions to provide affordable and fair student lending solutions, especially for those who plan to go to Bible colleges. Visit their website to join their credit union and to learn how you can receive financial aid.
Other Foundations are Ready to Help
You may also seek financial aid from these foundations in California. Reach out to them or visit their websites to learn more about their solutions and guidelines for application.
Byers Family Foundation
Hap S. Byers
3300 West Coast Hwy
Newport Beach, CA 92663
Mercy Educational and Research Foundation
1 Shrader St.
San Francisco, CA 94117-1014
Eve Roll Memorial Scholarship Fund
811 Miramar Terrace
Bellmont, CA 94002-2221
Towns Family Foundation
c/o Freeman, Freeman & Smiley
3415 Sepulveda Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Spouse Scholarship Program
Spouses of Summit Bible College students receive free tuition for equal or less value for each paid program. Spouses must be enrolled and attend classes at the same time. If for extenuating circumstances a spouse needs to sit out a quarter, this temporary time away must be approved by the Dean of the college. Spouses must complete their programs within one year of each other.
If spouses require different classes or want duplicate books, there will be an additional charge for the extra book or books. The “free” spouse must pay other fees such as application, late grading, graduation, and transcript fees. Please see Program Fees for details.
This offer may not be used with other offers, nor does it apply to money raised by the college for the student through private donors, or monies supplied by the Department of Rehabilitation or the Veterans Administration. The Spouse Scholarship Program may not always be offered. However, if a spouse begins it with a paying spouse, that free program will be honored until completion of the spouses’ degrees if the above rules are followed.