Fine Arts Scholarships

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The Performing and Visual Arts Scholarships are designed to recognize those students with outstanding talent in drama, music, or art. Grants/scholarships are awarded based on talent in those areas.

Art Scholarships |Piano Scholarships | Theatre Scholarships | Vocal Scholarships | For more information

Art Scholarships

All freshman Art majors, minors and double majors are eligible for a $500 annually renewable portfolio-based scholarship. A portfolio review, one letter of reference from a former teacher and an artist’s statement are required before the scholarship can be awarded. The statement should include one page of career goals and a description of the art that is included in the portfolio. The portfolio review usually takes place either in the fall or spring semester prior to the first week of classes in the fall semester of the freshman year. Transfer students beginning their first semester at Eureka College are also eligible for a portfolio scholarship award.
Arts Grant Application 2013

Applied Piano Scholarships

Annual awards in piano performance, in the amount of $500, are currently awarded to all incoming majors in Music. These awards are annually renewable based upon the following criteria which will be assessed at the end of each academic semester.
Piano Scholarship Application 2013

Theatre Scholarships

To acquire the Fine & Performing Arts Theatre Scholarship, please contact Holly Rocke, Professor of Theatre & Drama. To obtain and continue this scholarship, theatre students will be required to log a minimum of 15 hours of service per semester to the Theatre Department. Service hours can be earned by helping to build and paint sets, working on lights, sound, make-up, ticket sales, and many other opportunities. Please share details with Professor Rocke about how the student has worked with any theatre & drama in the past and/or how the student might like to help with theatre at Eureka College.

Vocal Music Scholarships

Annual vocal music awards, in the amount of $500, are currently granted to all incoming majors in Music. These awards are annually renewable based up on the following criteria which will be assessed at the end of each academic semester.

Vocal Scholarship Application 2013

For more information or to request an audition

Dr. Joseph D. Henry
Choral Vocal Performance
309-467-6397

Ms. Pamela Bates
Piano Performance
309-467-6398

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