With a generous endowment from the donors, Fuller Theological Seminary proudly announces the Mark Hatfield Scholarship for Faith and Public Life. The scholarship will be given to select PhD students beginning their Fuller PhD program in 2021 whose trajectory of life and service will lead them to make a scholarly commitment to Christian reflection and engagement in public life. The research area of faith and public life includes, and not exclusively: (1) an investigation of the public engagement of theology, missiology, or psychology; (2) an examination of the theoretical and practical interactions of Christian churches with the public sphere; (3) and critical assessment of the nature, rationale, and methodologies of public theology.
This scholarship will provide $50,000 per year per recipient (towards tuition, books, materials, housing. etc.) for up to five years. Applicants to the PhD in Clinical Psychology (School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy), PhD in Intercultural Studies (Center for Missiological Research), and the PhD in Theology (Center for Advanced Theological Studies) programs may request consideration for this scholarship by fully and accurately completing and submitting the scholarship application below.
You must meet the following eligibility requirements to be selected for this scholarship:
Must be admitted to start a Fuller PhD program in 2021.
Must enroll in the quarter admitted (Fall 2021 for PhD in Theology and PhD in Clinical Psychology; Summer 2021 for PhD in Intercultural Studies program.) Scholarship recipients who defer admission will forfeit the scholarship.
Must not have previously enrolled in a Fuller PhD program
Must meet the Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress standards
Cannot be combined with any other Fuller scholarship, grant, or discount
Please complete the application below by February 1, 2021. Please answer questions carefully, as inaccurate responses may impact your scholarship eligibility.