R. Scholarships

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live-your-passion-bannerThe following scholarships are pertinent to art education students and available through the Department of Art and Art History and the College of Liberal Arts (CLA).

For the most up-to-date information on scholarships, visit the College of Liberal Arts Scholarship Database. YOU CAN APPLY FOR MOST SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WHICH YOU MEET THE CRITERIA. Visit the College’s Eligibility and Application Process page for more information.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE: MARCH 1

 

BOOKSTABER & GIARDINA ART EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP (Art and Art History) *

Amount: $2,300 / GPA: 3.00 / Financial Need: No / Class Level: Junior

CRITERIA

  • Be an undergraduate student applying in the junior year and pursuing a degree in Art Education
  • Demonstrate great talent, excellent skills, and a strong commitment towards teaching of the visual arts in a school environment by submitting a written application during the spring semester of the junior year
  • Post to your on-line portfolio the following 3 items for consideration: a short essay (approx. 1 typewritten page) answering the following question: “Why do you wish to become a teacher? Please include your philosophy on education”; a portfolio of work as an art student at CSU; or, one sample lesson plan. Email your portfolio link to Patrick Fahey at patrick.fahey@colostate.edu by March 1.

*  One portfolio can be used for both the BOOKSTABER & GIARDINA ART EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP and ART EDUCATION AREA SCHOLARSHIP.

 

ART EDUCATION AREA SCHOLARSHIP (Art and Art History) *

Amount: $1,000 / GPA: None / Financial Need: No / Class Level: Junior

CRITERIA

  • Be an undergraduate student applying in the junior year and pursuing a degree in Art Education
  • Demonstrate great talent, excellent skills, and a strong commitment towards teaching of the visual arts in a school environment by submitting a written application during the spring semester of the junior year
  • Post to your on-line portfolio the following 3 items for consideration: a short essay (approx. 1 typewritten page) answering the following question: “Why do you wish to become a teacher? Please include your philosophy on education”; a portfolio of work as an art student at CSU; or, one sample lesson plan. Email your portfolio link to Patrick Fahey at patrick.fahey@colostate.edu by March 1.

*  One portfolio can be used for both the BOOKSTABER & GIARDINA ART EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP and ART EDUCATION AREA SCHOLARSHIP.

 

HIXON FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (College of Liberal Arts)

Amount: Variable / GPA: 3.00 / Financial Need: Yes / Class Level: Junior, Senior

CRITERIA

  • Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate in College of Liberal Arts majoring in English, dance or art

 

JOHN AND PAT VENABLE CSUWA SCHOLARSHIP (College of Liberal Arts)

Amount: Variable / GPA: 3.00 / Financial Need: Yes / Class Level: Sophpmore, Junior or Senior

CRITERIA

  • Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate in College of Liberal Arts majoring in Music, Theatre & Dance, the Visual Arts, or English.

 

 

2016-alumni-awards-logo-finalThe following scholarships are pertinent to art education students and available through the Center for Educator Preparation (CEP) and the College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS).

For the most up-to-date information on scholarships, visit the College of Health and Human Sciences searchable Scholarship Database. YOU CAN APPLY FOR ALL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR WHICH YOU MEET THE CRITERIA. Visit the College’s Eligibility and Application Process page for more information.

SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE: MARCH 1

 

JOHN W. HAEFELI SCHOLARSHIP (Center for Educator Preparation)

Amount: $1,000 / GPA: None / Financial Need: Yes / Class Level: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Graduate or Transfer

CRITERIA

  • Full-time students of any major enrolled in the teacher licensure program;
  • Demonstrate financial need as established by the Office of Student Financial Services of CSU
  • Resident of Colorado
  • Demonstrate a career goal of becoming a K-12 classroom teacher
  • Demonstrate participation in community service (both past and present)

 

FRANCES GIMPLOWITZ MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Center for Educator Preparation)

Amount: $500 / GPA: 2.50 / Financial Need: Yes / Class Level: Junior, Senior

CRITERIA

  • First-generation student, junior or senior
  • Enrolled in any major
  • Accepted and enrolled in the Teacher Licensure Program
  • Good academic standing
  • Strong character, as demonstrated by school and community service
  • Commitment to teaching diverse populations in public schools
  • Demonstrated interest in, understanding of, and experience with issues of importance and value to women

 

L. SHARON BLOCKER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Center for Educator Preparation)

Amount: $1,600 / GPA: 3.00 / Financial Need: Yes / Class Level: Senior

CRITERIA

  • Must be in the year of student teaching
  • Work-study student preferred
  • Demonstrated community involvement (volunteer work with at-risk)

 

NOTE that published award amounts may vary depending on market conditions.