The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies

Scholarships

 


The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies' Scholarships
 

The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies allocates the majority of its educational resources to scholarships and grants to graduate students at Seton Hall University. Our scholarship recipients compose an international body of students from diverse faith backgrounds from around the world and come from various walks of life.

We offer the following scholarship support to help meet the needs of selected students matriculated in the M.A. in Jewish-Christian Studies Program in the Department of Religion or in the M.A. in Theology with a concentration in Judaeo-Christian Studies in the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology:

  • Graduate Assistantship

One graduate assistantship is offered every year and includes full-time graduate tuition up to $24,000 and a $6,000 stipend. The graduate assistantship is renewable for one year.

  • Scholarships for full-time students

Multiple scholarships are offered every year and include full-time graduate tuition up to $24,000. Each scholarship is renewable for one year.

  • Scholarships for part-time students

Multiple scholarships are offered every year and include part-time tuition up to $14,000. Each scholarship is renewable.

  • Award for full-time students

One grant up to $12,000 is awarded every year to one full-time student and is renewable for one year.

  • Award for part-time students

One grant of $1,500 is awarded every semester to one part-time student and is renewable.

There are a limited number of scholarships and grants that can be awarded each semester, therefore selection is competitive. For more information regarding eligibility and application procedures, please contact the Director of the Institute, Lawrence E. Frizzell, at lawrence.frizzell@shu.edu or (973) 761-9751.

Contact Us

The Institute of Judaeo-Christian Studies
(973) 761-9751
Fahy Hall

Director

Lawrence E. Frizzell, D.Phil.
Director & Associate Professor
lawrence.frizzell@shu.edu

Jay Wolferman
Assistant to Director
jay.wolferman@shu.edu

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