Art Education Scholarships

MSUM School of Art offers a variety of Art scholarships for current and incoming students. Scholarships are listed below. Students can apply for university scholarships through the online scholarship application October 1-February 1. You must submit all required materials while the scholarship application is open. Please review the guidelines for a digital portfolio.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Fall semester junior or senior class level.

Application Criteria:

  • Must be a declared Art major in the School of Art.
  • Applicant must demonstrate strong abilities in their chosen area of emphasis in the School of Art and
  • must have a 3.0 overall GPA in MSUM coursework.
  • Upload a copy of your current transcript
  • Upload a digital portfolio (see the School of Art website for more information on the digital portfolio) or an art history paper.

 

This upperclass scholarship is designated for Art Education students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 who are citizens of the United States. Must have declared Art Education as their major and have a 3.0 GPA overall, and must continue to be involved in the School of Art following the Art Education program requirements while receiving the scholarship. The application includes a written statement describing the importance of Art Education for K-12 students and ten images in digital format.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Fall Semester Junior and Senior class level
  • Upload a copy of your current transcript
  • Upload a statement describing the importance of Art Education for K-12 students.
  • Upload a digital portfolio (see the School of Art website for more information on the digital portfolio)

 

 

  • The applicant must be a declared major in the School of Art and have at least one year left (two semesters) of their studies at MSUM.
  • The student applying must have a 3.0 in MSUM School of Art coursework and a 2.75 overall GPA in MSUM coursework.
  • The applicant must be enrolled full time (12 credits per semester) or if enrolled in the Certificate in Portfolio Development program a minimum of 8 credits.
  • The applicant must have completed at least one introductory course and be currently enrolled in or have finished at least one art studio class at the 303 level or above.
  • A student may receive no more than three years of awards from this scholarship.
  • Current recipients of this scholarship must reapply each year if they wish to have continued support.
  • Award winners will be chosen based on the quality of their artwork and the fulfillment of the application requirements.
  • Recipients of this scholarship will be required to give a formal public presentation of recent work at the School of Art colloquium.
  • Upload a digital portfolio. Digital portfolio guidelines.
  • Upload a letter of application that includes a personal statement regarding your commitment to the study of art.
  • Upload an artist statement.

The applicant must be a declared major in the School of Art with the intention of pursuing a degree in the Fine Arts.

 

 

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

  1. A letter of interest indicating your reasons for pursuing an art degree or career in the arts.
  2. One or two letters of recommendation.
  3. Upload your work as a digital portfolio. Digital portfolio guidelines.

 

Applicant must be a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Art major who have successfully advanced to the next level in their major areas of emphasis.

 

  • Upload a copy of your current transcript.
  • Upload a digital portfolio (see the School of Art website for more information on the digital portfolio).