The mission of ABI is to prepare men and women for a variety of church-related ministries and other professional occupations. Since 1937, ABI has continued emphasizing the training of pastors, evangelists, missionaries, Sunday School teachers, and lay workers in the Church. The College strives for instilling extensive knowledge of the Bible, with a special emphasis on the Pentecostal doctrines. Such preparation requires strong Biblical and general education courses. The Doctrinal Statement provides the religious position which the school seeks to serve and preserve.
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Four or more years,
International United Pentecostal Church
Highest degree offered
Distance learning opportunities
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American Indian/Alaskan Native
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Fully admitted, undergraduate OR graduate, degree-seeking student.
Undergraduate student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, unless otherwise indicated, as of December 2011.
Graduate student must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher, unless otherwise indicated, as of December 2011.
Student must be enrolled FULL-time: at least 12 undergraduate credits or 9 graduate credits during the term of the award, unless otherwise indicated.
Submission of a typed personal statement (double-spaced, two-page maximum) that describes your educational goals and tells how being a recipient of a scholarship will help you fulfill them.
GRADUATE applicants' essays should focus on career/professional ambitions.
Submission of (1) letter of recommendation on professional letterhead. Letter MUST be from a teacher/ professor/other professional who can attest to studentâ??s academic potential, leadership qualities, and/or community service.
Students awarded scholarships will be required to share their name, field of study or major, and GPA with the donor funding the scholarship, and to write a thank you letter to the donor.
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