Comparative Religion Scholarship
The Department of Comparative Religion at Western Michigan University offers a scholarship for comparative religion majors and masters students. This scholarship is to support student participation in the 2014 Japanese Religion and Culture Study Abroad Seminar with Dr. Covell. The scholarship of up to $1,500 per program will be applied directly to the student’s WMU account. The number of qualified applicants and the availability of funds will determine how many awards are made.
Scholarship recipients must:
- Be a WMU undergraduate or graduate student in good standing
- Be willing to share their experience with other WMU students in the future be enrolled during the term for which funds have been requested
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
- Be declared majors or graduate students in Comparative Religion at WMU
To complete the forms on your computer, download and save the file first. Complete the information and save again; then print or email the form.
- Feb. 15, 2014
- No late applications will be considered