Methodist College Foundation Scholarships

Methodist College Scholarships

Many organizations, businesses, alumni and individuals make generous gifts to Methodist College through the UnityPoint Health Central Illinois Foundation, which fund the scholarships that help students achieve their educational goal of becoming a healthcare professional. Methodist College, in collaboration with the Foundation, awards scholarships for the fall and spring semesters throughout each academic year.

Students applying for a Methodist College scholarship must complete the online application, including two reference forms. Reference forms should be obtained from individuals representing academics, church, community, professional, etc. who can attest to your individual character. It is the student's responsibility to make sure their recommendations have been submitted by the application deadline.

We strongly encourage all students to apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

In order for your application to be considered, please make sure your application is complete, including both reference forms, and be sure to meet the appropriate deadline.

If selected for a scholarship, recipients must agree to:

  • Write a letter of thanks to the scholarship sponsor(s).
  • Attend the annual President's Scholarship Breakfast recognition event to thank donors and promote the scholarship program (held in the spring of each year).

Distribution of funds to student accounts will take place after the 10th day of class upon completion of your thank you letter.

For questions or concerns regarding Methodist College Foundation scholarships, please contact Angie Robinson, Director of Financial Aid at (309) 672-5917.

Check out a complete list of institutional scholarships available, from which you can access information pertaining to scholarship amounts, requirements, and biographies. Although we strive to maintain accuracy, selection criteria for all scholarships may change at the request of the program and/or donor.