Presidential Arts Scholarships
Presidential Arts Scholarship Information
March 1, 2021
- FAFSA on file (priority FAFSA deadline is February 15)
- Submission of all required application materials electronically to email@example.com no later than March 1. Please note Presidential Arts Scholarship in the subject line.
- 3.0 grade point average in your major area
- Major or minor in the artistic field in which you apply
- Must be a full-time, undergraduate student in the 2021-2022 academic year.
- Dance and music scholarship applicants are required to audition
- Creative writing applicants must submit 8-15 pages of creative work with your application
Application materials include*
- A cover letter indicating the artistic department to which you are applying: art, creative writing, dance, music, theatre
- A current resume of your creative or artistic achievements
*Please note, there is no printed application for this scholarship.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions applicants should submit their materials electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org and note Presidential Arts Scholarship in the subject line.
Please submit a letter to email@example.com requesting renewal. This letter should include your artistic achievements since receiving the award. All renewal applicants must submit a letter. There are no automatic renewals of this award.
Summer Student Artistic Development Grants
Information about the Summer Student Artistic Development Grants
The deadline to apply for a 2021 Student Artistic Development Grant is Friday, April 16, 2021 at 5 pm.
Full time students who will be juniors or seniors in Fall 2021 may apply. (Spring 2021 graduates are not eligible.) Candidates must demonstrate evidence of artistic contribution to the campus community, and significant growth as an artist during his/her college career. The work outlined in the proposal must constitute a truly exceptional opportunity for artistic growth.
Funded student artists will be required to attend occasional events throughout the year, to share their creative process throughout the summer project via some form of social media, and to share his/her work with the Salem State University community.
Include a cover letter, resume of artistic achievement, two letters of recommendation, and a 750-word or less proposal narrative to include: the scope of your project, who will be involved, how the project will foster your creative growth, how the project can be shared with the wider student community, project duration. Include a one-page budget proposal itemizing project expenses.
Submit completed application materials to Karen Gahagan, Center for Creative and Performing Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, April 16, 2021 at 5 pm.