Houses of Study
Houses of Study at United equip students for service in the communities, movements and denominations where they serve. Houses support students in several ways: through academic tracks in United’s Master of Divinity program, through mutual support in formation groups, and through mentorship from facilitators and spiritual directors in United’s Contextual Ministries program. Houses may also include related non-degree certificates and groups in United’s Doctor of Ministry program. Within a House of Study, you will find support from a House of Study director and fellowship among your peers. In most cases, the House of Study Director mentors the DMin focus group and may teach specialized elective courses in the Master’s tracks, enabling you to learn from an expert in the field.
Houses of Study Scholarship
When God calls you to ministry, finances shouldn’t stand in the way. That’s why United is committed to helping students pursue their calling through a high-quality, affordable education.
If you are considering one of United’s Houses of Study, you may be eligible for the new House of Study Scholarship!*
Award amount: 50% master’s tuition for up to three years in a House of Study.
- Must enroll in a master’s track in one of United’s Houses of Study
- Must register for at least 9 hours per semester or 6 hours per trimester
- 2.5 GPA or higher in previous bachelor’s or graduate degree
- Essay: 300 words describing why you want to join a House of Study
To apply, simply complete your application for admission and fill out the form below to be considered for the House of Study Scholarship.
Scholarships are limited to the first 12 students in each House of Study, so apply now!
The House of Study scholarship cannot be combined with other United scholarships. However, we encourage you to apply for any scholarship for which you may be eligible. Contact [email protected] to learn about available scholarships. Please refer to the Scholarships tab on the United Student Aid page for more information about general scholarship requirements and the application process.
If you have questions about scholarships, financial aid or our degree programs, please contact the Office of Admissions at [email protected] or 1.800.322.5817.
*Due to special tuition rates for the Hispanic House of Study, scholarships are not available. Please see the Hispanic House of Study page for more information.