Art Scholarships

Pottery class photo.

First-Year Art Scholarships

The art program has several scholarships available to incoming first-years intending to major in art. The First-Year Scholarship Application for students beginning college in the Fall of 2019 is available now!

Sadie Simonson Memorial Art Scholarship
This is a non-renewable scholarship for incoming art students. Students receiving this scholarship are required to enroll in either ART 108 Foundations: Drawing or ART 111 Foundations: Sculpture in their first year. For more information about the scholarship itself and the application process, see our Incoming Student Scholarship page!

Lennis Moore Scholarship
This is a non-renewable scholarship for incoming art students. For more information about the scholarship itself and the application process, see our Incoming Student Scholarship page!

Continuing Art Student Scholarships

The art program also has several scholarships open to upper-class students majoring in art. With the exception of the Internship in the Visual Arts Scholarship, no application is necessary for these scholarships, they are decided by the art faculty based on merit, involvement, and financial need. 

Marjorie and Frank Barth Scholarship
To be awarded to continuing students majoring in art. 

Huebner Kegarise Art Scholarship
Two awards given to continuing students majoring in art. 

Jesse and Lorraine Goetsch Scholarship
Awarded to declared art majors of any year who demonstrate a need for financial assistance. The Art Program ranks students for consideration and the Financial Aid Office makes the final selection based on student need. 

Internship in the Visual Arts Scholarship
To be awarded to continuing students pursuing an internship in the visual arts, which may include but is not limited to studios, museums, galleries, art libraries, non-profit art resource organizations, art journals, restoration shops or art retail stores. Students should be enrolled in ART 380, or a corresponding internship course. *Please see the Visual and Performing Arts Department assistant, Eunice Biel for the application for this scholarship.

Creative Arts Visit Day

Art professor Ben Moore teaches a student in his painting class.

Meet art students and faculty, and receive a portfolio review with art faculty as part of the first year art scholarship application.

Start planning your visit now!