Submit an online application.
Have your pastor fill out the online
Pastoral reference form
This can be any pastor at the church you attend who has known you for at least six months and is not a relative.
After we have received your application, we will contact you for an interview.
Upon acceptance, We will send you an information packet along with your official acceptance letter.
We are aware that the tuition payments may be a financial stretch for some of you. We have been praying for each of you and want to encourage you to communicate with us regarding any financial questions or needs so that we may be in agreement in prayer. God is so faithful! We see countless financial miracles EVERY YEAR – so don’t lose heart.
Galatians 6:9 admonishes us to “not grow weary in doing well, for we will receive a harvest in due season if we do not give up.” We don’t believe that finances alone should ever stop a student from doing what God is calling them to do. If finances are the only obstacle preventing you from coming to RSM, contact us so we can discuss your situation specifically.
One way you can proactively seek out financial support is by sending a support letter to some of your family, friends, church members, home church, and co-workers. Download the RSM support letter template here. It’s a document we have already created that describes the program and what students will be involved in during the year. You can use it as a tool to send people to ask them to support you financially with either a one-time gift or with a monthly commitment. We also highly encourage that you personalize each support letter by writing a short introductory paragraph that is specific to the person you are addressing it to.
Another way to raise money is by creating a free GoFundMe account that you can share on social media or with friends and family.
We encourage students to not incur debt to pay for Revival School of Ministry, but at times a loan that can be paid off monthly while a student is in school is the only option for a student. If a student decides to get a loan for their education we encourage them to see it like a financing option that will help them to be able to make monthly payments on their tuition amount (to the lender) instead of having to pay all of it up front. Below are a few options students can explore to see to see if they can qualify for a loan: