Chair: Performing Arts/Arts Leadership
Graduate Program DirectorJEFF 401
Carol Wolfe Clay
Director of Graduate PracticumsJEFF 401
Director of Graduate Admissions
In 2015, the 48-credit MFA Arts Leadership program starts at the beginning of the Fall quarter. The program is awarding two types of scholarships for first-year students in the MFA Arts Leadership Program. You may apply for one award or both.
Criteria for Eligibility: Students who are applying to the MFA Arts Leadership Program that begins in the Fall Quarter 2015 and culminates upon graduation in June 2017 are eligible for these funds. US citizens must have filed a 2015-16 FAFSA. International students are eligible for these awards (no FAFSA required -- only the Declaration of finances form as part of the application packet is required).
2015-2016 Fact Sheet
Submit your scholarship application and required attachment via email to: MFALemail@example.com
Deadline: Applications received by March 15, 2015 will be given priority consideration. Don't delay!
More questions? Contact us at 206-398-4995 or 206-220-8244 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Scholarship Opportunities:
$50,000 in grad arts scholarship funds through the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
Steve Galatro '09Executive Director, Pratt Fine Arts Center
Loryn Hatten '12Production Manager, Peninsula Youth Theatre
Kristen Hoskins '11 Manager of Courses, Lectures and Concerts at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Sharon Williams '09Managing Director, CD Forum
Thom Mayes '10Executive Director, Whatcom Symphony