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Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship

$5,000

April 15, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Worldstudio AIGA Scholarships benefit minority and economically disadvantaged students who are studying art and design disciplines in colleges and universities in the United States. Students must be U.S. citizens or be in possession of a green card, pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the following disciplines: fine art, graphic design, illustration, interactive design, or photography, and be enrolled at an accredited college or university in the United States for the upcoming school year as a full-time student. Preference is given to minority students. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required and financial need must be demonstrated. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.


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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 164 Fifth Avenue
  • New York, NY 10010
  • scholarship@aiga.org

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thirsa L  on 4/2/2020 5:36:46 PM

I would like to be able to obtain this scholarship because I do not have anyone to support me with enough for my school and in my work they pay me very little, my mother is in Mexico and I live with my uncles and my GPA is 2.9

Katiah C  on 9/24/2019 5:30:23 PM

Oh yes we are applying. We fit so many of these qualifications. My daughter is very talented and just needs a chance to show it. She had an IEP all through School and ended up with a gpa of 2.1

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