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The 52 Art Scholarships You Need to Know About

Posted by Mary Ann Barge | Jun 12, 2018 1:30:00 PM

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People are always saying that art doesn’t pay. Fortunately, they aren’t always right. Prospective art students will be happy to know that there is a multitude of art scholarships out there that will help pay for their educations.

We have all the details on the best art scholarships below, so read on to see which scholarships you should apply to!

 

Who Should Apply for These Art Scholarships?

The following art scholarships are aimed at students who are creative and have spent time in high school developing their artistic talent. Art careers are not the easiest to pursue, so you’ll have to be able to demonstrate a passion for your chosen art form in order to show that you have real potential.

Art scholarships can cover many different disciplines, including performing arts, fine arts, design, and more. In this list, I have covered scholarships specifically for the following disciplines:

  • Performing arts, such as drama, film, television, and broadcasting
  • Dance
  • Photography
  • Fine arts, such as drawing, painting, and sculpture
  • Video game design
  • Music, including voice and instrumental
  • Design, including graphic design, interior design, sound design, and industrial design

Scholarships that cover more than one area of art will be listed in each relevant category.

Though many art scholarships are specific to a particular college or university, the scholarships listed below can be used at many different schools. To earn the most money for college, you should apply to as many of these scholarships as possible and also inquire at your college about opportunities for scholarships for your particular program.

Be aware that this is not an exhaustive list of art scholarships. If you don’t see something that looks like it could be a fit for the kind of art you do, search on the internet to see whether you can find something appropriate.

Also, keep in mind that most art scholarships are offered directly through universities. When you're considering applying to a school, be sure to ask about any art scholarships they might have that you'd be eligible for.

 

 

Performing Arts Scholarships 

First, let's take a look at the best performing arts scholarships currently available.

 

Aiko Susanna Tashiro Hiratsuka Memorial Scholarship

This art scholarship is for active Student/Individual members of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL). Applicants must be studying performing arts. Up to 30 one-time scholarships are awarded every year.

  • Deadline: March 2019 (for incoming college freshmen) and April 2019 (for all other students)
  • Award Amount: Varies depending on scholarship

 

Archibald Rutledge Scholarship Program

South Carolina high school seniors may apply if they have attended a public high school in South Carolina for at least two years and plan to attend a college or university in South Carolina as well. There are five categories of scholarships:

  • Creative writing: An original poem that is no longer than two double-spaced pages
  • Dance: A three- to 10-minute original dance routine
  • Music: A three- to 10-minute original composition
  • Theatre: An original one-act play that is eight to 15 minutes long
  • Visual arts: An original 2-D visual piece of art

Applicants are judged on creativity, originality, and quality.

  • Deadline: Early February 2019
  • Award Amount: $2,000

 

Bruce Marson Memorial Scholarship

This performing arts scholarship is geared toward Fairfax County high school students (educated via either public school, private school, or home-schooling) seeking a degree in Technical Theatre Production.

  • Deadline: Early May 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

Case Western Reserve University Theater Scholarships

Case Western offers four full-tuition scholarships, as well as two $10,000 scholarships, for students who wish to major/minor in or pursue theater as an extracurricular. All students must complete an audition or present a portfolio of their work.

  • Deadline: Early February 2019
  • Award Amount: Full tuition or $10,000

 

Charles & Lucille King Family Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships

The King Family Foundation offers several scholarships for students majoring in film and broadcasting. These scholarships come with the following award amounts:

  • Up to $7,000 to college juniors and seniors majoring in film, television, and related fields
  • $10,000 to a senior at NYU majoring in film or video
  • $10,000 to a senior majoring in film or video at USC
  • $10,000 to a graduate student studying film or video at UCLA
  • $10,000 to a graduate student studying in the film or video MFA program at NYU
  • Deadline: April 15, 2019

 

Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Performing Arts Scholarship

To qualify, you must be a full-time undergraduate student or current high school senior, have a minimum 2.5 out of 4.0 GPA, and be pursuing a major and a career in the performing arts. This scholarship is intended for African-American students. Up to 10 students can win this award each year.

  • Deadline: Late April
  • Award Amount: Up to $3,000

 

Donna Reed Performing Arts Scholarship

This scholarship is for performing arts students in Iowa. Applicants must submit a three- to five-minute video audition in order to enter, as well as a headshot and a letter of recommendation from a drama educator.

  • Deadline: Late June 2019
  • Award Amount: Up to $1,000

 

Educational Theatre Association Thespian Scholarships

Each year, the Educational Theatre Association awards several scholarships to students in the performing arts. Some scholarships require attendance at the International Thespian Festival. Currently, there are more than 10 different scholarship programs.

  • Deadline: April or May 2019, depending on scholarship
  • Award Amount: Varies depending on scholarship, generally ranging from $500 to $4,000

 

Florence Lemcke Memorial Scholarship in Fine Arts

This fine arts scholarship, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Washington, is for graduating high school seniors in Washington State who are also a child, grandchild, or great-grandchild of a veteran. Applicants must plan to pursue a degree in the fine arts, such as painting, drawing, photography, literature, architecture, sculpture, poetry, music, dance, or drama.

  • Deadline: Early March 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

Georgia Thespian Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded to 12 high school seniors who participate in Georgia Thespians. All auditioning students must have at least a 3.0 GPA. Award amounts are as follows:

  • Gerald Ray Horne Scholarship: $2,500
  • Yatesy Harvey Theatre Educator Scholarship: $2,000
  • Frank Pruet & Eric Ebell Vision and Innovation Scholarship for Leadership: $2,000
  • Pam Ware Leadership Scholarship: $2,000
  • Linda P. Wise Performance Scholarship: $2,000
  • Gene & Imelda Bell Service Scholarship: $2,000
  • Dwight Gilstrap Technical Scholarship: $2,000
  • Achievement Scholarships (5): $2,000

 

 

Iowa Scholarship for the Arts

This award is for high school seniors who are Iowa residents and excel in the arts. Students must be accepted to an Iowa college or university and plan to major in the fine arts.

  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship

This scholarship is for outstanding student performers. There are 19 regional awards (each worth $500) and two $2,500 scholarships for the winners at the national festival in Washington, DC. Note that the awards are not necessarily limited to education in the theatre arts.

  • Award Amount: Varies from $500 up to $2,500

 

John L. Dales Scholarship Fund

Applicants must be active members of the Screen Actor’s Guild or children of members. Required materials include SAT/ACT scores and transcripts.

  • Deadline: March 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies

 

Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters Scholarships

OAB offers several scholarships to students enrolled in Oklahoma colleges or universities who are majoring in broadcasting. Students must be either juniors or seniors in college, have a minimum B average, and plan to work in broadcasting. Selection is based on students' extracurricular activities and awards, broadcast industry experience, financial need, and an essay.

  • Deadline: February 2019
  • Award Amount: Six awards of $2,000 each

 

Vivian Klemz Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for college students (sophomore and above) who are from Ventura County, CA, graduated from a Ventura County high school, and are currently pursuing an education in the arts, including performing, visual, fine, or language arts. Preference is given to female applicants.

  • Deadline: January 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

VSA Playwright Discovery Award

Applicants must be in grades 6 through 12 (ages 11-18 for non-US students). Students must write a 10-minute script (of any genre) that incorporates the theme of disability. Note that applicants must have a disability (or, if applying as an ensemble, at least one student must have a disability).

  • Award Amount: Ranges from $3,000 to $20,000

 

 

Dance Scholarships

In this section, we introduce the best dance scholarships currently available to students.

 

Archibald Rutledge Scholarship Program

South Carolina high school seniors may apply if they have attended a public high school in South Carolina for at least two years and plan to attend a college or university in South Carolina as well. There are five categories of scholarships:

  • Creative writing: An original poem that is no longer than two double-spaced pages
  • Dance: A three- to 10-minute original dance routine
  • Music: A three- to 10-minute original composition
  • Theatre: An original one-act play that is eight to 15 minutes long
  • Visual arts: An original 2-D visual piece of art

Applicants are judged on creativity, originality, and quality.

  • Deadline: Early February 2019
  • Award Amount: $2,000

 

Caroline H. Newhouse Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for dancers who have had a performing dance career for at least seven years (does not have to be consecutive), 100 weeks or more of paid dance employment in the US, and total gross earnings of $56,000 or more over the course of the seven years.

  • Deadline: Multiple deadlines throughout the year
  • Award Amount: $2,000

 

Florence Lemcke Memorial Scholarship in Fine Arts

This fine arts scholarship, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Washington, is for graduating high school seniors in Washington State who are also a child, grandchild, or great-grandchild of a veteran. Applicants must plan to pursue a degree in the fine arts, such as painting, drawing, photography, literature, architecture, sculpture, poetry, music, dance, or drama.

  • Deadline: Early March 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

Iowa Scholarship for the Arts

This award is for high school seniors who are Iowa residents and excel in the arts. Students must be accepted to an Iowa college or university and plan to major in the fine arts.

  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

Jean Lee/Jeff Marvin Collegiate Scholarships

Each year, Indiana SHAPE awards six scholarships to undergraduates who are attending an Indiana college or university and are majoring in health, physical education, recreation, dance, or exercise science. Applicants are evaluated on several factors, such as their GPAs, potential as professionals, financial need, and recommendation letters. 

  • Deadline: January 2019
  • Award Amount: Six annual $1,000 awards

 

Mary Benevento/CTAHPERD Scholarship

This scholarship is for high school seniors from Connecticut who plan to major in dance or another physical/health education field at a Connecticut college or university. Students will be judged based on their academic ability, professional competence, and future career potential. Applicants must submit transcripts, a 300-word essay, and a letter of recommendation.

  • Deadline: June 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

NYCDA Foundation College Scholarship Program

For these dance scholarships, applicants must have recently completed their junior or senior year of high school. In addition, they must attend an audition and submit a letter of recommendation from a dance instructor. Scholarships last for four years of college.

  • Deadline: July 2019
  • Award Amount: Ranges from $5,000 to $160,000 (typical amounts are between $5,000 and $25,000)

 

Ruth Abernathy Presidential Scholarship

Applicants must be members of SHAPE America, be majoring in dance or another physical/health education field, and be college juniors or seniors with GPAs of 3.5 or above. Selection is based on academics, leadership, community service, and character.

  • Deadline: October 15, 2018
  • Award Amount: $1,250 each to three undergraduate students and $1,750 each to two graduate students

 

 

Photography Scholarships

Now, we'll take a look at the best photography scholarships.

 

NPG’s Photo Scholarship Contest

Negative Population Growth gives a prompt every year and asks students to submit an appropriate photograph. The prompt for 2017 asked about the negative effects of population growth on the US environment.

  • Award Amount: First place wins $1,500, second place $1,000, and honorable mention $500

 

AIGA Worldstudio Scholarships

These scholarships are for students studying fine art, graphic design, illustration, or photography. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA, display financial need, and submit a portfolio of their work. Minority status is a significant factor in award decisions.

  • Award Amount: Up to $6,000

 

 

Fine Arts and Writing Scholarships 

Here are some of the best scholarships for those majoring in writing or the fine arts. 

 

AIGA Worldstudio Scholarships

These scholarships are for students studying fine art, graphic design, illustration, or photography. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA, display financial need, and submit a portfolio of their work. Minority status is a significant factor in award decisions.

  • Award Amount: Up to $6,000

 

Archibald Rutledge Scholarship Program

South Carolina high school seniors may apply if they have attended a public high school in South Carolina for at least two years and plan to attend a college or university in South Carolina as well. There are five categories of scholarships:

  • Creative writing: An original poem that is no longer than two double-spaced pages
  • Dance: A three- to 10-minute original dance routine
  • Music: A three- to 10-minute original composition
  • Theatre: An original one-act play that is eight to 15 minutes long
  • Visual arts: An original 2-D visual piece of art

Applicants are judged on creativity, originality, and quality.

  • Deadline: Early February 2019
  • Award Amount: $2,000

 

Beall Scholarship

Applicants for this scholarship must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Female
  • Between the ages of 16 and 36
  • Member of the Presbyterian Church
  • Resident of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, or Virginia
  • Demonstrate financial need

Applicants must be art majors.

  • Deadline: June 2019
  • Award Amount: Up to $3,000

 

Catherine W. Pierce Scholarship

College students majoring in art or art history may apply for this scholarship. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.5 or above and submit unofficial transcripts. The application includes a one-page essay.

  • Deadline: September 2018
  • Award Amount: Up to $5,000

 

Cynthia and Alan Baran Fine Arts and Music Scholarship Fund

Applicants must be undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited college or university, be taking at least six credit hours, and be enrolled in a BFA, BA in Studio Art, MFA, or BA/MA in Music program. Students must be studying painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, or printmaking. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required.

  • Deadline: February/March 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies

 

Esther Kanagawa Memorial Art Scholarship

Applicants must be Hawaii residents and current high school seniors who plan to major in the fine arts at an accredited college or university. They must have a GPA of 2.7 or higher and demonstrate financial need and good character.

  • Deadline: February 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies

 

Iowa Scholarship for the Arts

This award is for high school seniors who are Iowa residents and excel in the arts. Students must be accepted to an Iowa college or university and plan to major in the fine arts.

  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

Lois Livingston McMillen Fund

This scholarship is for women from Connecticut who are studying the fine arts. Preference is given to those studying the visual arts of painting or design.

  • Deadline: March 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: Ranges from $500 to $4,000

 

 

Minnesota Academic Excellence Scholarship

This scholarship is for Minnesota-based high school seniors who are planning to attend a college or university in Minnesota. Applicants need to show excellence in an academic subject, which can be fine arts or creative writing.

  • Award Amount: Varies but can cover the full cost of tuition and fees at public and private universities for up to three academic years

 

Ritchie M. Gregory Fund

Applicants must be current Hawaii residents who are majoring in art and have a GPA of at least 2.7 at a two- or four-year university or college. Applicants are evaluated on academic achievement, character, and financial need.

  • Deadline: February 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies

 

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Visual Arts Fellowships

Applicants must be residents of Virginia; they also must complete an online application and turn in a resume, a sample of their artwork, and an artistic statement (visual arts only).

  • Deadline: November 2, 2018
  • Award Amount: Undergraduates (including high school seniors) win $4,000, and graduate students win $6,000

 

Vivian Klemz Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is for college students (sophomore and above) who are from Ventura County, CA, graduated from a Ventura County high school, and are currently pursuing an education in the arts, including performing, visual, fine, or language arts. Preference is given to female applicants.

  • Deadline: January 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

YOWO: You Only Write Once

This scholarship is aimed at students aged 25 and younger and who will attend (or are already attending) college in the US. Applicants must be registered on the Power Poetry website before they can submit an original poem. There are no minimum or maximum word requirements.

  • Deadline: January 31, 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

 

Video Game Design Scholarships

Here are two great scholarships for budding video game designers.

 

Penny Arcade Scholarship

Applicants for this scholarship can be majoring in any field with a GPA of 3.3 or above. However, they must be planning on pursuing a career in video game design and be able to show that they have the most potential to have a positive effect on the video game industry.

  • Deadline: September 2018
  • Award Amount: $10,000

 

Randy Pausch Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for students of any major who intend to pursue a career in the development of interactive entertainment, such as animation, programming, game design, and music composition. Applicants must be at least sophomores in college and have a minimum 3.3 GPA.

  • Deadline: April 28, 2019
  • Award Amount: Two recipients win $2,500 each

 

 

Music Scholarships

Here are some of the best music scholarships you can apply for.

 

AMCA Music Scholarships

The Associated Male Choruses of America sponsors scholarships for students who will be majoring in vocal music studies or instrumental music (though preference is given to the former). Applicants must be sponsored by a member chorus of the AMCA and are required to submit an application, a transcript, and three letters of recommendation.

  • Deadline: March 1, 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000-$1,200

 

Archibald Rutledge Scholarship Program

South Carolina high school seniors may apply if they have attended a public high school in South Carolina for at least two years and plan to attend a college or university in South Carolina as well. There are five categories of scholarships:

  • Creative writing: An original poem that is no longer than two double-spaced pages
  • Dance: A three- to 10-minute original dance routine
  • Music: A three- to 10-minute original composition
  • Theatre: An original one-act play that is eight to 15 minutes long
  • Visual arts: An original 2-D visual piece of art

Applicants are judged on creativity, originality, and quality.

  • Deadline: Early February 2019
  • Award Amount: $2,000

 

Cynthia and Alan Baran Fine Arts and Music Scholarship Fund

Applicants must be undergraduate or graduate students at an accredited college or university, be taking at least six credit hours, and be enrolled in a BFA, BA in Studio Art, MFA, or BA/MA in Music program. Students must be studying painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, or printmaking. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required.

  • Deadline: February/March 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies

 

Doris & Clarence Glick Classical Music Scholarship

This scholarship, sponsored by the Hawaii Community Foundation, is for students from Hawaii who are currently attending a non-profit college in the US. Students must be majoring in music with an emphasis on classical music, demonstrate financial need, and have a 2.7 GPA or above.

  • Deadline: February 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies but is approximately $1,500

 

Florence Lemcke Memorial Scholarship in Fine Arts

This fine arts scholarship, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Washington, is for graduating high school seniors in Washington State who are also a child, grandchild, or great-grandchild of a veteran. Applicants must plan to pursue a degree in the fine arts, such as painting, drawing, photography, literature, architecture, sculpture, poetry, music, dance, or drama.

  • Deadline: Early March 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

 

Glenn Miller Scholarship Competition

Scholarships are awarded annually to both vocalists and instrumentalists and may be used for any education-related expenses. Only high school seniors and college freshmen are eligible. Applicants must submit an audition CV with two tracks of contest-level material in contrasting styles as well as an essay. Finalists will have to perform in person.

  • Deadline: March 1, 2019
  • Award Amount: $3,000 for first place, $2,000 for second place, and $1,000 for third place

 

Iowa Scholarship for the Arts

This award is for high school seniors who are Iowa residents and excel in the arts. Students must be accepted to an Iowa college or university and plan to major in the fine arts.

  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

Michael Jackson Scholarship

This scholarship is for students with a minimum 2.5 GPA and who are studying communication arts or social sciences at a UNCF historically black college. Eligible art-related majors include art, fine arts, graphic arts, music, performing arts, photography, theater arts/drama, visual arts, and vocal performance.

  • Deadline: October 2018
  • Award Amount: Up to $5,000

 

Music Committee Scholarship

This scholarship is available to high school students, as well as college freshmen and sophomores, from Kansas who are planning to attend (or are currently attending) a Kansas college or university and will major or minor in music.

  • Deadline: February 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

Women Band Directors International Scholarship

This scholarship is aimed at women who want to become band directors. A student in any college grade level may apply. Applicants must be majoring in music (any instrumental focus is OK). The application includes two letters of recommendation and a statement about why you want to be a band director.

  • Deadline: December 1, 2018
  • Award Amount: $300 

 

Nellie Love Butcher Music Scholarship

This scholarship is for students pursuing an education in piano or voice. Preference is given to students of the Duke Ellington School of Performing Arts in Washington, DC. Applicants must upload their audio material as an MP3.

  • Deadline: February 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: One-time award of $5,000

  

 

Design Scholarships

Finally, here is a list of the best design scholarships.

 

AIGA Worldstudio Scholarships

These scholarships are for students studying fine art, graphic design, illustration, or photography. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA, display financial need, and submit a portfolio of their work. Minority status is a significant factor in award decisions.

  • Award Amount: Up to $6,000

 

American Institute of Graphic Arts Honolulu Chapter Scholarship Fund

Applicants must be residents of Hawaii, be attending college in the US, and be majoring in graphic design, visual communication, or commercial arts. They must also show financial need and have a 2.7 GPA or above.

  • Deadline: February 15, 2019
  • Award Amount: Varies

 

IFDA Leaders Commemorative Scholarship

For this International Furnishings and Design Association scholarship, applicants must be majoring in interior design or a related design/furnishing program. Extra consideration is given to students who have volunteered and demonstrated leadership potential. The application requires a letter of recommendation, an essay, and two different examples of your design work.

  • Deadline: March 31, 2019
  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

IFDA Student Membership Scholarship

For this International Furnishings and Design Association scholarship, applicants must be majoring in interior design or a related design/furnishing program. Extra consideration is given to students who have volunteered and demonstrated leadership potential. The application requires a letter of recommendation from a current IFDA Professional Member, an essay, and two to three different examples of your design work.

  • Deadline: March 31, 2019
  • Award Amount: $2,000

 

IIDA Student of the Year Award

This scholarship was created to recognize a student who is a member of the International Interior Design Association and who has significantly impacted his or her school’s interior design program through leadership, insight, and involvement. Applicants must be IIDA student members in good standing and have a minimum 3.5 GPA.

  • Deadline: March 2019
  • Award Amount: $5,000

 

IIDA Wilsonart Essay Competition

This scholarship recognizes a student member of the International Interior Design Association who has taken part in a student-mentoring week and who plans to have a career in interior design. This competition encourages leadership and mentoring between students and professionals. Students must submit an essay of 500-750 words about their mentoring experience.

  • Award Amount: $1,000

 

ISDA Undergraduate Scholarship

The Industrial Designers Society of America gives this annual scholarship to a student in industrial design. Applicants must have completed their freshman year of college with a GPA average of 3.0 or above and must also be student members of IDSA. Applicants must submit 20 visual examples of work showing various projects. Students can only win this award once.

  • Award Amount: $1,500

 

 

Joel Polsky Academic Achievement Award

This scholarship is sponsored by the American Society of Interior Designers and is for students who have made academic contributions to interior design and wellness through print or digital communication. Applicants are required to submit a book, blog, or video, and the project must address the needs of the public, designers, and students in regard to design theory, education, business practices, and other related topics. 

  • Deadline: April 2019
  • Award Amount: Up to $5,000

 

Kansas City IFMA Scholarship

This scholarship is for students majoring in interior design, architecture, or a field related to facility management. They must be enrolled in a Kansas or Missouri college or university. Applicants must include a letter of professional intent, two letters of recommendation, evidence of extracurriculars, and proof of GPA. Selected students must complete an interview.

  • Deadline: April 30, 2019
  • Award Amount: $500 or more

 

MVP Visuals Design Scholarship

This scholarship targets high school seniors and undergraduates who are pursuing a graphic arts and design degree or an applied arts degree. Applicants must submit a high-resolution sample of their work as well as a 200- to 300-word description of it. 

  • Award Amount: $500 (1 per semester)

 

Randy Pausch Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for students of any major who intend to pursue a career in the development of interactive entertainment, such as animation, programming, game design, and music composition. Applicants must be at least sophomores in college and have a minimum 3.3 GPA.

  • Deadline: April 28, 2019
  • Award Amount: Two recipients win $2,500 each

 

Ruth Clark Furniture Design Scholarship

For this International Furnishings and Design Association scholarship, applicants must be majoring in interior design or a related design/furnishing program. Extra consideration is given to students who have volunteered and demonstrated leadership potential. The application requires a letter of recommendation, an essay, and five different examples of original furniture designs.

  • Deadline: March 31, 2019
  • Award Amount: $3,000

 

TLMI Four Year College Degree Scholarship

This scholarship is for college juniors and seniors who are majoring in graphic arts, graphic design, or a different major, and who are interested in a career in the tag and label industry. Applicants must have at least a 3.0 GPA, have three personal references, and submit an essay.

  • Deadline: March 31, 2019 
  • Award Amount: Up to six awards of $5,000 are given annually

 

What's Next?

If any of these scholarships look interesting to you, your first step will be to assemble a top-notch portfolio of your work. Check out our article on how to make an amazing art portfolio for college for tips on how to do just this!

Remember to start applying for scholarships early in order to maximize your college fund! Check out these 19 scholarships you can apply to during your senior year of high school.

Need more money than what these scholarships are offering? Then take a look at our lists of amazing full-ride scholarships and colleges that offer full-ride scholarships.

 

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Mary Ann holds a BA in Classics and Russian from the University of Notre Dame, and an MA from University College London. She has years of tutoring experience and is also passionate about travel and learning languages.



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