Cost and Funding

Tuition and Cost

Registration (non-refundable)- $50 (due by May 31)

As part of NC Wesleyan College’s ongoing response to COVID-19, the college has decided to change the format of Connect 2020 to a virtual online experience. This format will include theological discussions, spiritual formation, live virtual worship and more! We look forward to connecting with you in a whole new way this summer.

Join us as we uncover new ways to explore, connect and deepen our faith in Christ together.

There is no cost for the year-long mentorship program. There will be at least one planned reunion for students and their mentors during the year. Our program will host this luncheon on campus at no cost to students!

* Please make all checks payable to: NCWC – Connect YTI

Address to send checks:

Mikah Brondyke
Director of Church Relations and YTI
North Carolina Wesleyan College
3400 N. Wesleyan Blvd.
Rocky Mount, NC 27804

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Find Funding

Students are encouraged to seek financial support from their church and their community. Click below to find a sample letter that can be used by applicants to draft letters, do presentations or create digital campaigns/crowdfunding campaigns.

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance will be given on a need-to-need basis. We do award some partial and full scholarships to students. We encourage students first to seek financial assistance from their church before seeking other options. Once a student has done this, please contact Mikah Brondyke at for more information about financial assistance.

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NC Wesleyan Scholarships

The Youth Theology Institute Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 is available to students who complete the year-long residential and mentorship program and enroll as a full-time undergraduate student at North Carolina Wesleyan College. The scholarship is renewable for each academic year (fall/spring) that the student maintains an overall GPA of at least a 2.70 (and is enrolled as a full-time student) for a maximum of four academic years.