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Cosby Seminary Scholarship for ADOS
During the May 2019 commencement at Simmons College of Kentucky, the Baptist Seminary of Kentucky (BSK) announced a new scholarship for American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS).
The scholarship, named the “Kevin and Barnetta Seminary Scholarship for ADOS,” provides 10 incoming students per year with full tuition to pursue a graduate degree with BSK. For each entering class of 10 “Cosby Scholars,” the scholarship is worth over $330,000.
“This may be the first scholarship set aside exclusively for ADOS (American Descendants of Slavery) in history. It demonstrates BSK’s commitment to racial justice which can lead to authentic racial reconciliation,” explained Dr. Kevin Cosby, president of Simmons College of Kentucky.
The application process at BSK takes a minimum of about two months to complete. In addition to the general application, prospective students must write two essays, collect three reference forms, and have official copies of all institutions of higher education that they have attended. Get started today!
Questions? Contact Abby Sizemore, BSK’s Director of Admissions.
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— Dr. David Cassady, President, BSK