The Edward H. Atchison Endowment Fund for Scholarships in the Visual and Performing Arts
The Edward H. Atchison Endowment Fund for Scholarships in the Visual and Performing Arts is open to all students currently enrolled in or admitted to a College of Arts and Sciences Visual and Performing Arts degree-granting program – Art and Art History, Theater, or Music. The Edward H. Atchison Endowment Fund for Scholarships in the Visual and Performing Arts is a four-year scholarship which covers twelve hours of in-state tuition and fees for the Fall and Spring terms. To be considered, student must demonstrate solid academic promise and leadership qualities, as well as hold a minimum GPA of a 2.5 or higher. In order to receive this award, students must be enrolled full time as well maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher. Students must also be making efficient progress towards graduation and must be enrolled in coursework required for their College of Arts and Sciences degree program during the semester of designated disbursement. Students not meeting these conditions will have their scholarships terminated. The scholarships are available for undergraduate, graduate, and study away students.