Scholarship Opportunities

The Blanche L. King Scholarship

The Blanche L. King Scholarship program is funded by the Women’s Ministries of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church to assist children of IPHC Missionaries in furthering their education at one of the denominational colleges. The scholarship is named in honor of the third General Woman’s Auxiliary (now Women’s Ministries) President and the wife of Bishop J.H. King.
Mrs. King had the distinction of being the first teacher hired for Franklin Springs Institute (now Emmanuel College) in 1919 and gave the baccalaureate address for the 50th anniversary of the college in 1969. She had a deep love for the education of children of missionaries.

Scholarship amounts vary from year to year, due to the number of applications and the funds raised. To apply for this scholarship, download the form HERE and mail to the address listed on the application. Must apply for the scholarship every semester.
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Fine Arts Festival Scholarships

Contestants of the IPHC National and Conference level Fine Arts Festival who place in a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place are awarded scholarships from three of our IPHC Universities: Emmanuel College, Holmes Bible College, and Southwestern Christian University.

For scholarship amounts and information on the Fine Arts Festival, please click HERE.

Graduate School Scholarship


On behalf of Church Institutions, Discipleship Ministries is receiving applications for the $5,000 Graduate School Scholarship. Only IPHC members are eligible and must submit a transcript showing graduate-level enrollment.

For more information call 405-792-7152 or email
Download the Graduate School Scholarship Application HERE

Women’s Heritage Scholarship


In her book published in 2010, Dr. Kristen Welch uses autobiographies, archival documents, and interviews to examine the emerging ethos of women preachers in the IPHC. In “Women with the Good News”: The Rhetorical Heritage of Pentecostal Holiness Women Preachers, Dr. Welch shares how Oklahoma women preachers have been shaped by the Holy Spirit, by the people of Oklahoma, and by the Pentecostal community. Through the voices of Pentecostals living in Indian Territory in the late 19th century, the 20th century, and up to today, Welch examines what it really means to be a Pentecostal preacher.

As a result of her passion for higher education and her devotion to encouraging women, Dr. Welch has established a new scholarship fund to aid women studying to become a preacher at one of the IPHC’s four colleges, or to help any student who has made studying women preachers the subject of his or her studies. The Women’s Heritage Scholarship Fund also supports students who wish to engage in travel or activities related to this subject. All proceeds from her book go to this scholarship.

If you or someone you know would like to be nominated for this scholarship, please fill out THIS FORMand send it to the address listed on the application.

To purchase a copy of Dr. Welch’s book, click HERE

Other IPHC Scholarship Opportunities

Many of our IPHC Universities offer scholarships specifically for IPHC students. Please visit our universities’ websites to see a full list of scholarships available:

Advantage College

Emmanuel College

Holmes Bible College

Southwestern Christian University