Film Production Scholarships

MSUM offers a variety of Film Prodcution 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.

The School of Media Arts & Design has a generous scholarship program. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 and outstanding achievement in academics, artistic/creative activities, or department service are required to be eligible for the scholarships to Animation, Film Production, Film Studies, Graphic Communications and Graphic Design.

Freshman Scholarship

Eligibility

  1. You will declare a major in the School of Media Arts & Design (Animation, Film Production, Film Studies, Graphic Communications and Graphic Design). You will actively participate in departmental co-curricular activities.
  2. You will actively participate in departmental co-curricular activities.

Department Scholarships

Eligibility

  1. You must be enrolled in the School of Media Arts & Design
  2. You must have a GPA of 3.0 or above.
  3. You should be involved in department activities

The Carol Gaede Scholarship Award was established to honor Dr. Carol Gaede for her long-standing commitment to excellence and learning in the disciplines of Communication Studies, Film Studies, and Theatre Arts. The scholarship is a financial award that honors academic, artistic/creative, and/or service achievement in a student who is a declared major in communication studies, film or theatre arts.

Requirements: Less than 64 credits, 3.0 GPA, creativity and service to community.

No additional requirements needed

The Colleen Moore Scholarship is awarded to an outstanding female Film Studies student to assist in the creation of film/video work or to assist with costs of attending a conference.  Scholarship amounts vary based on need.  Eligible students must be a full-time Speech Communications major in the area of Film and Telecommunication Arts.

Must be enrolled in the School of Media Arts & Design with a GPA of 3.0 or above and should be involved in department activities

No additional requirements needed

 

 

The Delmar J. Hansen Scholarships are made possible by donations to the Delmar J. Hansen endowment fund by faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of the department. This scholarship recognizes outstanding academic achievement as well as contributions to the departments and community through leadership and active participation in events and organizations.

Eligibility:

  1. Be declared majors in communication studies, film production, film studies or theatre arts;
  2. Have a cumulate GPA of 3.0 or higher, and GPA of 3.25 or higher in major and liberal arts;
  3. 90+ credits;
  4. Have made outstanding contributions on a regular basis to department and/or major-sponsored programs and activities;
  5. Have participated in other university and/or community activities.

No additional requirements needed

  1.  Must be enrolled in the School of Media Arts & Design
  2.  Must have a GPA of 3.0 or above.
  3.  Should be involved in department activities

No additional requirements needed

Incoming freshman who will declare a major in the School of Media Arts & Design (Animation, Film Production, Film Studies, Graphic Communications and Graphic Design).  You will actively participate in departmental co-curricular activities.

Attach two signed letters of recommendation from your teacher/director or another individual qualified to speak of your strengths in the Media Arts and Design programs.

This scholarship for juniors or seniors in good academic standing shall be awarded to a major who is studying theatre or film on the basis of the following:

  • General artistic creativity
  • Acting ability
  • Desire to be a performer
  • Number of student theatre, film, and/or television performances, with quality of performance more important than level of the role
  • Commitment to becoming a stage or film actor
  • Indication of potential to become a director in any of the four named media
  • Commitment to and support of the MSUM theatre/film programs and to the other students majoring in the programs

No additional requirements needed