Scholarships

William K. Quick Centennial Fund Scholarships

The Centennial Scholarship Fund was established in 1985 by Dr. William K. Quick.  Its purpose was to invest in young United Methodist students, potential future leaders in the church and community.  The gifts and bequests of generous members who believed in this ideology established the fund, which has awarded over $900,000 in William K. Quick scholarships through 2014.

The links to the applications for the 2015-2016 school year are listed below.

First Time Applicant – Click here to download the application.

Prior Recipient – Click here to download the application.



The Viola Walker Scholarship

The scholarship is to be awarded annually to a graduating senior at the Detroit International Academy for Young Women. It is to be applied toward the recipient’s tuition at an institution of higher learning or an accredited vocational, apprenticeship or training program.

Click here to download the application.



McPheeters Scholarship

The McPheeters Student Scholarship was established in 1961 as a memorial to former Senior Pastor, Chester A. McPheeters. Two scholarships are available to active Metropolitan United Methodist Church students. The application uses the Centennial Scholarship application package. There are two important differences in qualifications:

1. The recipient must be an active member of Metropolitan United Methodist Church.

2. The required GPA is 2.8.

The links to the applications for the 2015-2016 school year are listed below.

First Time Applicant – Click here to download the application.

Prior Recipient – Click here to download the application.