Students honored at Seminary Awards Chapel

Students honored at Seminary Awards Chapel

Seminary Awards Chapel in May offered a special opportunity to celebrate students' hard work and academic success.

A total of $22,175 in scholarships and gifts was distributed to 24 Seminary students during the morning presentation. Students, family members, BBS faculty, and staff were present to share in the celebration.

See a list of recipients here.

Awards Chapel scholarships were made possible through the generosity of many donors.

Become a donor here.

Eric Suh from Seoul, South Korea received the W.W. Barndollar Scholarship, the Kenoyer Missionary Scholarship, the Grant and Leona Auker Seminary Pastoral Scholarship, and the Wilson Galbraith Endowed Scholarship.

BBC&S"This is really encouraging for me to further study," said Suh. "BBS is a nice environment with good people and incredible teachers."

"I am really humbled," said Aaron Hixson of Sandusky, OH. "This is my first year as a full time Seminary student, so I wasn't really expecting to receive anything. There are many capable guys here, so this is a huge honor. I am very grateful to be supported in this way."

Hixson received the Eerdman's Book Award, The Eleanor Blocher Seminary Scholarship, and Robert and Gloria Gromacki Scholarship.

See photos of the event here.

Scholarship money is set aside for students who meet specific criteria designated by donors. Academic achievement, student involvement, and financial need are also considered, with professors and department heads nominating individuals for each award.

Donors can make a difference, giving funds to student scholarships. Investments grow with the generations of lives impacted by the students and graduates of Baptist Bible Seminary.

Baptist Bible Seminary offers students a genuine blend of rigorous academic content and transformational hands-on applications. Six advanced degrees are available in several flexible formats.

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Posted on: 5/8/2013 1:45:43 PM

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