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College of Humanities & Social Sciences

Art Material Funds and Scholarships

Fall 2018

To be eligible for the following awards, students must be enrolled during the semester of their application and be in good academic and financial standing at the university. Additional restrictions are listed below each scholarship description. All award amounts are contingent upon funding.


Ellen and Jim Seigler Endowment

​Undergrad
Yes
​Graduate
No
​GPA Min.
2.5 Overall
3.0 Art
​Status
Enrolled
No. of Awards
Up to 5
Award Amt.
$200
Deadline
Nov 14, 2018

In 2010 the Ellen and Jim Seigler Endowment was established to support fine arts programs in the Arts and Humanities Department and the O’Kane Gallery. The Seigler Art Materials Fund award reimburses students, up to $200, for the cost of art supplies and materials, workshops or other forums for student enrichment in fine arts. Successful applicants must demonstrate their excellence in studio art.

Applicants must:

  • have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher in all art classes and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better at the time of application.
  • submit a portfolio of work and application form.
  • Be currently enrolled in at least one 3 credit hour art studio class.

Please note that preference is given to awardees enrolled in at least 12 semester credit hours for each semester s/he receives the award, but consideration will be given to students enrolled in at least 9 semester credit hours for each semester s/he receives the award.


The Trask Scholarship

​Undergrad
Yes
​Graduate No
​GPA Min.
3.0 in ART Classes
2.5 Overall

​Status
Enrolled in at least 9 SCH
No. of Awards
3
​Award Amt.
$2,000
​Deadline
Oct 15, 2018

Richard and Ann Trask established the Trask Scholarship Endowment Fund in 1998. This award may be used to cover expenses for art-related endeavors including tuition, books, workshop fees, supplies, books, and/or travel expenses for the coming academic semester. Preference will be given to incoming, degree-seeking students (transfer and new students); continuing students may also be considered. The selection committee looks favorably upon applications that demonstrate the candidate’s promise in their pursuit of a career in Fine Arts.

Applicants must:

  • have a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher in all art classes and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better overall at the time of application.
  • submit a portfolio of work and application form.
  • be seeking a degree.

Please note that preference is given to awardees enrolled in at least 12 semester credit hours for each semester s/he receives the award, but consideration will be given to students enrolled in at least 9 semester credit hours for each semester s/he receives the award. Emphasis will be placed on selecting recipient(s) interested in pursuing a career in Fine Arts.

Apply for Trask Scholarship


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