Scholarships

Student Teacher Scholarships

Ruth Hybbs Highland Scholarship (MAE and BFA)

Eligible students have completed an application for clinical internship and are planning to register for Student Teaching (TEDU 485, TEDU 486 and ARTE 404). Students must have a FAFSA on file in the financial aid office. Due: March 6 for Fall Student Teachers .. Due: October 30 for Spring Student Teachers

How to apply:  Established in 1975, the Ruth Hibbs Hyland Scholarship trust fund is named after the founder of the department. It was established for the sole purpose of awarding scholarships to outstanding Art Education students whose futures hold promise of continuing the same ideals for art education as those promoted by Mrs. Hyland. Mrs. Hyland not only recognized the importance of training students in pedagogy, but in the studio arts as well. She further realized the need to prepare students who could develop art programs for grades K-12 that would acquaint young people with what she called the “joys of art”.

Qualified applicants should submit the following in a sealed envelope to the Department of Art Education:

1. Resume

2. Copy of most recent unofficial transcript from eServices

3. Letter of Application (one page)

– Include a description of accomplishments, ideas about art and teaching, co-curricular activities, service contributions, special awards,recognition, exhibitions and teaching experience.

4. Examples of recent studio work (5-8 examples)

– Include either slides or digital format with a description of each piece.

5. Two professional references

– Include name, address, telephone, email and title of references

6. Statement of financial need (FAFSA on file)

 

Allen N. Lewis Scholarship (BFA only)

All undergraduate art education students are eligible to apply but preference will be given to students that have completed an application for clinical internship and who are planning to register for student teaching (TEDU 485, TEDU 486 and ARTE 404). Students must have a FAFSA on file in the financial aid office. Due: March 6 for Fall Student Teachers .. Due: October 30 for Spring Student Teachers 

How to apply:   Qualified applicants should submit the following in a sealed envelope to the Department of Art Education:

1. Resume

2. Copy of most recent unofficial transcript from eServices

3. Letter of Application (one page)

– Include a description of accomplishments, ideas about art and teaching, co-curricular

activities, service contributions, special awards, recognition, exhibitions and teaching

experience.

4. Examples of recent studio work (5-8 examples)

– Include either slides or digital format with a description of each piece.

5. Two professional references

– Include name, address, telephone, email and title of references

6. Statement of financial need (FAFSA on file)

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