Thea Foundation Scholarships

$4,000

Deadline Varies

Awards Available: 30

  • Scholarship Description
  • Thea scholarships are awarded solely on talent, never on test scores, GPAs or intent to major in the arts. That means that whether you want to be a ballet dancer or a biochemist, your Thea scholarship is applicable. Your scholarship will travel to any college you attend, but if you choose to attend one of our more than 20 education partners, including every four-year college and many two-year colleges in Arkansas, your scholarship could be matched with thousands of more dollars in scholarship money. Scholarship categories include visual arts, performing arts, creative writing, slam poetry, fashion design, and film. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 401 Main Street
  • Suite 100
  • North Little Rock, AR 72114
  • tel: 501-379-9512
  • fax: 501-379-9513

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Shreetika G  on 12/5/2018 8:30:39 AM

Wow, this sounds like a great scholarship. Especially for me because I work on graphic design stuff for my school all the time!!

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