Applicants for the Art Scholarship must submit these items:
Write an essay that addresses the following:
• Please share your background, activities, training, and experience in art.
• Why do you want to pursue art in a liberal arts setting?
• What are your college and post-baccalaureate goals and interests in art?
• What do you hope to learn and how might you contribute to the art community at Gustavus?
- Recommendation Form
The recommendation form must be submitted by an instructor familiar with your talents, skills, and interests in art. Upon submission of this form, a link to the recommendation form will be sent to the instructor specified above.
CD or uploaded PDFs of 3-5 pieces of work (do not submit original works please) should also be submitted to complete your application. You will have the opportunity to showcase original works when you visit campus for Scholarship Day.
- Spring Scholarship Day for Rolling Admission applicants
All finalists will be invited to meet with faculty from the Department of Art and Art History on Saturday, February 28, 2015 for an interview and portfolio review. Rolling Admission applicants living more than 500 miles away from campus, and who are unable to attend the campus review date, may make special arrangements by contacting the Admission Office at 1-800-GUSTAVU(S)
These scholarships require separate applications, which are due by November 1 for Early Action applicants or by January 5 for Rolling Admission applicants. You are automatically considered for other scholarships based on your Application for Admission. To apply for scholarships online, and to learn more about all your options, go to gustavus.edu/admission/scholarships.
By filling in your electronic signature below and submitting this form, you are verifying that the information is accurate and acknowledging that it will be used to evaluate potential scholarship awards.