Hope College Distinguished Artist Awards - Dance

$10,000

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Each year at Hope College up to 60 Distinguished Artist Award (DAA) scholarships are given to students with strong academic records and outstanding creative abilities in art, dance, music, theatre, or creative writing. Renewable for four years, the DAA's provide eligible students with $2,500 each year toward their college costs. DAA recipients also take part in a variety of opportunities set up to increase their creative experience and technical knowledge in their chosen field.

    Application Requirements: Interview and audition are made by appointment. Auditions must be completed by February. Auditions involve spending a day on campus and participating in two dance classes. A campus tour and other appointments can be coordinated with the audition.

    Applicants must also submit two letters of recommendation and a head shot when they arrive for their audition.

    Eligibility: Students must intend to declare a major or minor in dance.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • Hope College Office of Financial Aid
  • 174 E. 11th St.
  • Holland, MI 49423
  • brumelss@hope.edu
  • 616-395-7700

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