New ARP Scholarships Available at RTS Charlotte

Scholarships are made possible by the gift of Glenwood ARP Church upon the sale of its church land and property

RTS Charlotte and the ARP denomination have a rich and long-standing relationship, with RTS boasting four full-time faculty members ordained in the ARP, numerous students who are ARP interns, and many alumni now serving in ARP churches. The investment that Glenwood ARP is making in RTS and in ARP seminary students will have great impact in years to come.

 

Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, NC has announced a new full-tuition scholarship program for qualified Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) seminary students who are enrolled as full-time students in the Master of Divinity program. These scholarships are made possible by the generous gift of Glenwood ARP Church upon the sale of its church land and property.

Glenwood ARP Church was established in Charlotte in 1919 and continued in existence for 95 years until May 2014. The chance to sell the building and grounds and donate the proceeds to RTS provided the members an opportunity to continue the Glenwood legacy.

RTS Charlotte and the ARP denomination have a rich and long-standing relationship, with RTS boasting four full-time faculty members ordained in the ARP, numerous students who are ARP interns, and many alumni now serving in ARP churches. The investment that Glenwood ARP is making in RTS and in ARP seminary students will have great impact in years to come.

A limited number of full-tuition scholarships are available each year.  ARP students are encouraged to apply.  For more information please contact Stephane Jeanrenaud (sjeanrenaud@rts.edu), or download an admissions application at the RTS Charlotte website here.

Reformed Theological Seminary was founded in 1966 and is one of the largest seminaries in the country with campuses in AtlantaCharlotteHoustonJacksonMemphisOrlando and Washington D.C., in addition to RTS Global Education (US & International) that offers online degrees and classes.