Clyde and Anna Belle Cook Scholarship

The Clyde and Anna Belle Cook Scholarship was established by alumni and friends of Biola to honor Clyde and Anna Belle Cook, who were faithful servants to students at Biola University throughout their lifetime. Dr. Clyde Cook was the president of Biola University for 25 years. Eligible students are undergrad or graduate students who are dependents of missionaries, or students in the Cook School of Intercultural Studies who plan to go into cross-cultural work in missions. Students must demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to continuing students.

Cook School of Intercultural Studies, Graduate, Ministry/Missions/Missionary Dependent, Undergraduate
Supplemental Questions
  1. This scholarship requires a confidential reference from someone who can attest to your abilities and character. References can be provided by staff or faculty, pastors, employers, or mentors. Family members may not provide references.
  2. Signature: My signature verifies that the information submitted on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that submitting false information will result in disqualification for the scholarship, and may result in disciplinary or legal action.
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