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Scholarships are awarded based on your demonstrated abilities, achievements or as a result of membership in a special group, such as a minister or a married student. At the University of Valley Forge, many scholarships are awarded in the following categories: academic achievement, artistic achievement, church and ministry-related involvement, special group scholarships and returning students’ scholarships. Click here to view the Financial Aid Brochure. For information on the UVF grant, click here. Visit the scholarship categories outlined here to learn more:


Academic Scholarships

Artistic Achievement Scholarships

Church/Ministry-Related Scholarships

Special Group Scholarships

Returning Student Scholarships

The Alliance for Assemblies of God Higher Education has now made available two new programs to new students and also graduate students of the University of Valley Forge. The Riggs Scholarship Fund is exclusively for new students applying to UVF while the Next Generation Fund is designated for graduates (no earlier than May 2007) who majored in some form of church leadership. More information and applications are available online at

*The combination of institutional scholarships cannot exceed your tuition during any semester. Scholarships will be applied only toward tuition charges. In order to receive scholarships, you must enroll for and maintain full-time status (12 credits) or the scholarship will be forfeited for that semester. Returning students must maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA for all scholarships unless stated otherwise.
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