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SPRINGFIELD, Missouri- Global University, an accredited distance education university of the Assemblies of God, offers students the opportunity to apply for the 2013 AG Next Generation Grants for financial assistance toward student loans.
These grants are being offered to alumni of any Assemblies of God higher education institutions who graduated between 2007 and the spring of 2012 and are purposed for former students who are currently in a full-time ministry position or those with school debt who would like to enter ministry more quickly.
To apply for a Next Generation Grant, students must submit a completed application postmarked by September 16, 2013. Grants are awarded on a case-by-case basis.
To begin the application process, visit the following link: electronic application.
Though Global University does not offer Title IV financial aid assistance, students are welcome to secure personal student loans to subsidize their education. These personal loans would qualify for assistance via the Next Generation Grant opportunity.
“The AG Next Generation Grants are an excellent opportunity for our alumni interested in full-time ministry to receive financial assistance so that they will be able to pursue their calling more quickly and efficiently,” reflects Dr. Jack Nill, Provost of Global University. “We desire to provide our students with the information related to any potential avenues whereby they can decrease debt incurred while pursuing their degrees.”
For additional details regarding the Next Generation Grant opportunity, please visit the Financial Assistance page on Global University’s website at https://www.globaluniversity.edu/financial_aid_index.cfm.