The Albert A. Grau Scholarship is awarded to financially needy students who are college level sophomores, juniors or seniors and who are enrolled in the Computer Information Systems Program.
Atlantic Canada Award is given to students who are from Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland and who demonstrate financial need.
Canadian Full-Time Workers Awards are given to students whose parents are full-time commended workers either from or residing in Canada.
The Courtney Marie Davis Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a student with demonstrated financial need as a result of a hardship such as: cancer or other significant disease experienced by a member of the immediate family, death of an immediate family member, living in an area that has experienced a natural disaster or other environmental hardship.
The Fay Smart Scholarship is for upper-class (college juniors or seniors) female students of academic distinction. Preference is given to students who also have financial need.
The George and Martha Monn will be awarded to a financially needy student (or students, if appropriate) in the following order of priority: 1) International Student* 2) American student who has come to Emmaus from an agricultural background 3) Most needy student.
The Germaine Family Scholarship is awarded to a married student who has demonstrated financial need and has a high school age or younger child (or children).
Gavin and Margaret Hamilton Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to students with demonstrated financial need (as determined by their FAFSA results*), whose parents are missionaries or to students from overseas who are planning to return to their own countries to serve the Lord.
The Liz James Scholarship is awarded to students who have a strong commitment to evangelistic work among children or to missions. International students may apply for this scholarship. Preference is given to those who have a specific interest or plan to work among unreached peoples.
The Latin America Scholarship will be awarded to a student (or students, if appropriate) in the following order of priority: a) Student from Colombia; b) Student from Latin America; c) Student from the Wauwatosa Community Chapel; d) Student from Wisconsin; e) Most needy student (determined by FAFSA).
This scholarship is awarded to an African-American student or a student of color.
The Peter and Anne Redyke Scholarship is awarded to financially needy students who are college level sophomores, juniors or seniors and who are enrolled in the Business Administration Program.
The Ruth Ida Miller Scholarship is awarded to students whose residency is Michigan and who have financial need as demonstrated on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
The Frank and Emily Shaw Award is awarded to students whose residency is one of the New England states and have a financial need as demonstrated on the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
The Texas Ministry Award is awarded to students who are residents of the state of Texas and who plan to return there after finishing their course of study at Emmaus. This award is only given for the fall semester.
The John A. Woodhams Scholarship is for financially needy students (determined by FAFSA) who are interested in missions. The scholarship will be awarded to a student (or students) in the following order of priority: a) Children of brethren assembly missionaries and who desire to become missionaries in foreign countries; b) Children of full time commended workers ministering in the United States and Canada; c) International students (excluding Canadian citizens); d) Any other student.
This scholarship is awarded to the children of missionaries who are listed in the prayer handbooks published by CMML (USA), Echoes of Service (England), Australian Missionary Tidings (Australia) or global Connections in Missions (New Zealand). In addition, the missionary parents must be serving in the areas shown on the “Asia” map in the Missionary Prayer Handbook published by CMML.