Institutional scholarships are awarded by the administration to B.Th. and C.P.S. students on the basis of academic status of applicants and in consideration of individual financial situations. Institutional scholarship funds are not available for the self-study C.T.S. All scholarships are awarded directly through the Seminary and are payable toward tuition or room and board prior to the beginning of the fall semester. Incoming students who wish to be considered for financial aid should apply by April 1 and indicate need on the application form. Continuing students must be enrolled full-time and be in good standing in order to remain eligible. “Good Standing” in this case means a GPA above 3.0 for undergraduate and regular attendance of daily liturgies. For graduate students, "good standing" means a GPA of 3.3 or above. Enrollment in other than registered or otherwise approved programs may jeopardize a student's eligibility for certain student aid awards.
Protopresbyter Valery Lukianov Scholarship
In honor of Mitered Protopresbyter Valery Lukianov, Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary's largest and most prestigous scholarship provides partial tuition assitance to up to four students in each year of the Bachelor of Theology program. The amount increases with each year that a student successfully completes. To remain eligible, a student must maintain a 3.0 GPA and a Practical Liturgics grade of better than 80%. Names of the award recipients are inscribed on a plaque for permanent display in the Nicholas N. Alexandrov Building.
The Protopresbyter Valery Lukianov scholarship intends to provide primarily tuition assistance to seminarians of HTOS according to the following outline:
Bachelor Of Theology: Students in the third and fourth years are eligible to receive the scholarship.
Master of Divinity: up to five students in all years of the graduate program are eligible to receive the scholarship.
Ivan V. Kulaeff Educational Fund
The Ivan V. Koulaieff Educational Fund has been the longest-standing scholarship provided to incoming and continuing students. The Koulieff fund is offered as a bursary to students with financial need.
The Kouliaeff Fund provides $20,000 per year which is typically divided into $1,000 and $1,500 awards.
Prince Vladimir Galitzine Scholarship
The Prince Vladmir K. Galitzine Scholarship was provided by the Fund For Assistance to ROCOR and was awarded in 2018 to a Graduate student in HTOS' new Master of Divinity Program.
St. John the Baptist Scholarship
The St. John the Baptist Scholarship, provided by an anonymous donor, is awarded with consideration of need.
St. Seraphim's Camp Scholarship (Graduate)
The St. Seraphim's Camp Scholarship was provided by an anonymous donor. This one-half graduate scholarship was awarded in 2018 to a graduate student in HTOS' New M.Div. program.
Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Protopresbyter Valery Lukianov (Graduate)
The Memorial Scholarship in Honor of Protopresbyter Valery Lukianov [Anonymous Donor] is distinct from the Protopresbyter Valery Lukianov Scholarship and provided by an anonymous donor. It underscores the many people whose lives were touched by Fr. Valery. It was awarded in 2018 to a graduate student in HTOS' Master of Divinity Program.
Holy Trinity Seminary Scholarship (Graduate)
The Holy Trinity Seminary Scholarship for graduate students was funded by many donors, whose sacrifices together fully funded two and one-half graduate scholarships! These were awarded to three students in 2018, enabling them to attend HTOS' Master of Divnity Program.