Fellowships and Grants
A list of funding sources available for students studying theology at the graduate level. If you know of other sources, please contact us! For information about travel reimbursement, please see the TGSA Travel page. Also see the Graduate Student Association's list of sources, GSA Funding Sources.
The Andrew W. Mellon Fellowships in Humanistic Studies
Nearly all students in the Humanities and Humanistic Social Sciences who apply to BC's doctoral programs are eligible for Mellon Fellowships, which provide a first-year stipend and tuition.
The Fund for Theological Education, Inc.
Supported by individuals and grants from a group of U.S. foundations, FTE envisions new and imaginative programs to encourage diversity and excellence in the churches and seminaries of North America.
The Stotsky Fund for Jewish Holocaust Research
Students whose research is related to the Jewish Holocaust can apply for research support. For more information, please contact either Catherine Cornille (Theology Department Chairperson) or Ruth Langer (Associate Director of the Center for Jewish-Christian Learning).