2010 Scholarship & Loan Resources

On this page, you will find links to download the 2010 Application Form and the a brochure descibing the various scholarhips and loans available. On down the page are links to General Church agencies offering scholarships, loans, grants and fellowships along with resources you can use in promoting Scholarship Sunday in your congregation.

The Wyoming Conference of the United Methodist Church encourages United Methodists to pursue opportunities in postsecondary education. Various forms of financial assistance are available to eligible members of United Methodist churches in the Wyoming Conference.

Financial assistance is available to students entering or attending accredited colleges, universities, and vocational schools. Students are not restricted to United Methodist related institutions or any particular geographical location.

Several of the General Boards and Agencies also offer financial assistance to United Methodists seeking to further their education.

  • The Division on Young People's Ministries of the General Board of Discipleship offers two scholarships: the Richard S. Smith Scholarship and the David W. Self Scholarship. Applications and requirements for these can be found by clicking here.
  • United Methodist Communications offers a scholarship and 2 fellowship programs. Applications and information about the Leonard M. Perryman Scholarship and Stoody-West Fellowship can be found by clicking here.
  • The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) offers a number of grant and scholarship opportunities for those intending to enter health related fields. You can learn more about these by clicking here.
  • The United Methodist Higher Education Foundation offers a variety of scholarship programs. Details and application forms can be found here!
  • The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry is still another source for a large number and variety of scholarship and loan programs. To access information and applications for these, go here.

The Wyoming Conference Scholarship Committee needs the help of all local churches in order to help fund this program. Please consider establishing Sunday, March 7 as Conference Scholarship Sunday.  Ask your congregation to support a special offering on that day, or on one soon after. Please use the material found on this page to promote the scholarship program in your local church.