Christian Spiritual Formation Scholarship Application

Thank you for taking the time to apply to the Christian Spiritual Formation (CSF) program at Friends University. The application may take you some time and we expect you to answer questions honestly and openly. We strongly recommend looking through the questions and considering your responses before you begin to fill them in. You must be admitted to Friends University before you can officially be accepted into the CSF program.

This application also serves as your CSF scholarship application. Acceptance to the CSF program is not dependent on receiving a program scholarship. A CSF scholarship is not guaranteed and, if awarded, can vary in the amount awarded.

The application deadlines are May 1st for a fall semester start and November 1st for a spring semester start. Applications will be processed as they are received. Correspondence regarding your application will be sent via the US Postal Service. If you receive a letter of acceptance from us, you will need to read, sign, and return the letter of intent to finalize your admittance into the Christian Spiritual Formation program at Friends University.

Please note, your responses will not be saved if you exit the form.

If you have any questions please contact Carissa Reynolds by email at carissa_reynolds@friends.edu or by phone at 316-295-5113.

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Date of Birth

Profile Questions

Every Christian spiritual formation student creates a profile when upon entering the program. The following questions will help build this profile.

Applicant's Personal Statement

Complete the following questions:

For the following statement questions, please rank your answer on a scale of 1-10 as to whether you agree or disagree with the statement. Ranking as a 1 means you strongly strongly agree and ranking as a 10 means you strongly disagree.

The Great Omission - D. Willard
Last paragraph of Chapter One

“The greatest issue facing the world today, with all its heartbreaking needs, is whether those who … are identified as ‘Christians’ will become disciples—students, apprentices, practitioners—of Jesus Christ, steadily learning from him how to live the life of the Kingdom of the heavens into every corner of human existence. Will they break out of the Church—to be, without human force or violence, his mighty force for good on earth, drawing the churches after them toward the eternal purposes of God? And, on its own scale, there is no greater issue facing the individual human being.” (Dallas Willard, The Great Omission, Introduction)

Reference Letter

The Family Education and Privacy Act of 1974 provide applicants the right of access to information provided by their references. The law also allows applicants the privilege to waive this right of access, an action that may protect the integrity of recommendations and references. No school, however, can require an applicant to sign such a waiver, nor can it discriminate in any way against any applicant who does not waive his or her right of access. Please check one:

 

Reference's Contact Information