8.3 Financial Aid
8.3.1 Scholarships -
General Information
8.3.2 Scholarships for US
and Canadian students
8.3.3 Scholarships for
International Students
8.3.4Scholarships for
Students in Advanced Degree
8.3.5 Spouse Scholarship
8.3.6 Special and "Named"
Scholarships
8.3.7 Scholarship
Application Submission
8.3.8 Scholarship Funds
Listing
8.3.9 Fellowships
8.3.10 Prizes
8.3.11 GI Bill Benefits
8.3.12 Government Loans
8.3.13 Alternative
Education Loans
8.3.14 Student Employment

8.3.10 Prizes


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Awards for papers judged on a competitive basis are announced annually at commencement. Topics for these papers are communicated to students via Brute Facts and posted on campus bulletin boards. To be considered for a prize (except for the Leslie W. Sloat Prize in Greek Exegesis), four (4) copies of the paper are to be submitted to the Academic Affairs Office by April 15. Each copy should be signed with a pseudonym, and the applicant should attach a sealed envelope containing name and the same pseudonym.

The Greene Prize in Apologetics
A prize given in memory of the Reverend Professor William Brenton Greene, Jr., D.D., of Princeton Theological Seminary, is awarded annually in the amount of $900 to a student in the Master of Arts in Religion or Master of Divinity program who has completed at least one year of seminary study. The prize is awarded for a paper on a subject in the area of Apologetics, a different subject being selected annually by the faculty.

The Thomas E. Welmers Memorial Prize in the Biblical Languages and Exegesis
A prize, given in memory of the Reverend Professor Thomas E. Welmers, D.D., former member of the Board of Trustees of Westminster, is awarded annually in the amount of $500 to a student in the Master of Arts in Religion or Master of Divinity program who has completed at least one year of seminary study. The prize is awarded for a paper on a subject of a grammaticoexegetical nature dealing with a Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek passage from the Scriptures, as selected annually by the faculty.

The Leslie W. Sloat Prize in Greek Exegesis
A prize, given in memory of the Reverend Leslie W. Sloat, is awarded annually in the amount of $200 for the best exegetical paper submitted for the NT 211 Gospels course.