FFinancial support from family members, friends, one’s church, or a community development fund is one of the most common ways for FTC students to pay their fees. These are the ones who are aware of the students’ ministry gifts, their calling to ministry, and wish to help the students to continue their studies and reach their goals.

Scholarships are available to those with academic and spiritual promise and who are in need of help. For example, the John Sarrin scholarship fund named for the donor and managed by the United Society of Friends Women International, is a partial scholarship given to most Quaker students (male and female). Students from outside Kenya, or from emerging mission churches outside of the traditional Quaker region of Kenya, are eligible for additional scholarship funds through Friend United Meeting. Other scholarship funds may be available for students from special circumstances.