Scholarships, Grants, and Awards
Fine Arts Scholarships
All incoming students interested in majoring or minoring in studio art or art history can apply for up to $20,000 ($5,000 for four years) in scholarships.
To be considered for a scholarship, you must submit an application for admission and a fine arts scholarship form by February 1.
Other requirements for consideration include the following:
- An interview (optional, though strongly encouraged)
- A CD with images of no more than 10 pieces mailed to Bryan Conover by February 1 (electronic submissions will not be accepted)
- An interview (required)
- A one-page essay about why you want to study art history at Transylvania University submitted electronically to Bryan Conover by February 1
Fine arts scholarship information is available from the admissions office. Please contact Bryan Conover, assistant director of admissions, at (859) 233-8242 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have specific questions regarding the admission process. You may also contact Dr. Wei Lin, assistant professor of art history and program director, at (859) 281-3543 or email@example.com.
Grants and Awards
Art and art history students can also receive help paying for their research, studio, and study abroad projects. Here are some examples:
Transylvania's Abbott Art Award recognizes demonstrated performance and potential in the visual arts. It is presented at the annual awards ceremony.
The Holleian Society, Transylvania's honorary that recognizes superior achievement in liberal arts studies, gives an annual award to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the creative life of the community. Art students have regularly received this honor.
The Kenan Fund for Faculty and Student Enrichment and the David and Betty Jones Fund support faculty-directed research or studio projects. Students can apply for these funds twice a year.
Transylvania art students regularly receive prestigious national awards. For example, one of our art students received a 2010 Fulbright Scholarship to teach in Germany, and another was an alternate for the same country.
Numerous art students have earned various scholarships to offset expenses relating to foreign study programs in Italy, England, and Germany.
Bryan Conover, assistant director of admissions
300 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40508