Financial Aid and Scholarship Information
Undergraduate scholarship and funding opportunities in dance
Funds for academically talented and creatively gifted students are offered by Ohio University through a variety of scholarships. The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships also offers awards with special criteria. Your freshman admissions application serves as your application for most University scholarships.
The College of Fine Arts offers talent-based scholarships for incoming students such as the Fine Arts Talent Award (FATA). If awarded the FATA, it is renewable for four years as long as the student maintains a 3.0 GPA in the major and enrolls for 15 credit hours per semester. The audition for the Dance major is also the audition for talent-based scholarships.
Full List of Scholarship Opportunities
The Dean’s Scholarships are based on criteria established by the University Scholarship Committee (USC). These criteria are supplemented with written recommendations of the Dance Division faculty. The faculty takes into consideration factors beyond GPA and hours earned such as: talent, achievement and service. However, the final determination of an award is made by the University Scholarship Committee.
Dance Division Endowed Scholarships
The Bailin-Stern Award, The Bill Cratty Award, Hazel and Carr Liggett Scholarship, The Betty Milhendler Dance Scholarship, The Yolanda Molnar Scholarship Award, The Ruiz/Lewis Memorial Dance Scholarship Award, The Margaret Schuette Scholarship, The Shirley Wimmer Award.
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