National Art Honor Society Scholarship
$5,000 to $20,000
High school seniors graduating in 2017 who also belong to the National Art Honor Society may apply for The Art Institutes National Art Honor Society Scholarship. Details and an application form may be obtained here, or by contacting Amanda Sims at The Art Institutes at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tuition scholarships for first-, second-, and third-place awards may be applied at The Art Institutes school of recipient’s choice.
Three nationwide scholarships are available:
- First-place: $20,000 tuition scholarship
- Second-place: $10,000 tuition scholarship
- Third-place: $5,000 tuition scholarship
DEADLINES & IMPORTANT DATES
Applications must be postmarked by midnight, March 7, 2017.
Winners will be notified after April 4th, 2017.
HOW TO ENTER
Applicants for the scholarship must submit the following information. To simplify the submission process, please enclose all elements of your application in one envelope and mail it to The Art Institutes, attn.: National Art Honor Society Scholarship – Amanda Sims, 210 Sixth Ave., 33rd floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2603. Or scan all elements and email it to email@example.com.
- A completed entry form indicating the school and program of study desired.
- Six slides of six different original pieces of artwork that represent your creative ability and interest.Please Submit via digital files/usb.
- A statement, legibly handwritten or typed in English, describing your artistic career goals and why you want to be considered for a scholarship.
ENTRY REQUIREMENTS & CRITERIA
Applicants must be (i) a high school senior graduating in 2017, (ii) a legal resident of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia, or Canada (excluding Quebec), and (iii) a member of the National Art Honor Society.
Scholarship awards are contingent upon acceptance to the chosen Art Institutes school and are awarded in the form of a tuition credit applied evenly over the course of the student's academic program. All tuition scholarships are awarded toward a bachelor’s or associate’s degree, diploma program, or certificate program. Tuition scholarships are non-transferable. Upon accepting the scholarship, the recipient must begin his or her studies in the summer or fall quarter following high school graduation. Recipients must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher during his or her studies at the chosen Art Institutes school; a GPA of less than 2.5 will result in a loss of scholarship. In the event that the scholarship recipient’s education is terminated, either by the school or by the student, the scholarship becomes null and void. Tuition scholarships are not redeemable for cash. The tuition scholarship covers academic tuition and may not be applied against fees, housing, living expenses, or program supplies and may not be transferred between affiliate schools. Scholarship recipients must not interrupt their studies; interruption of studies will result in a loss of the scholarship.
All entry materials become the property of The Art Institutes. The judging team is not responsible for loss, damage, or return of entry materials.