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Savannah College of Art & Design Undergraduate Scholarships

Through the office of admission, the college administers a number of scholarships for entering students. To be awarded a scholarship, students must apply and be accepted to the college. Scholarships are available to both United States citizens and international students and are awarded to entering students prior to first-quarter attendance.

Students may accept a maximum of one scholarship from the college based on academic and/or artistic achievement. A scholarship student may receive additional scholarships from other sources, as well as additional forms of financial aid if qualified.

Scholarships are awarded to degree-seeking students, are applied quarterly toward tuition and fees, and may be renewed annually until completion of a degree (180 hours for the B.F.A.) as long as the recipient is enrolled full-time, maintains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 and resides in college housing. A student may reside outside college housing and receive 70 percent of the scholarship amount. Scholarship recipients who withdraw from a class at any time during the quarter, thus reducing their course load to less than full-time, will lose the scholarship that quarter, possibly creating a balance due. If a scholarship student moves out of the residence hall at any time during a quarter, the student receives 70 percent of the scholarship. These students should see the bursar to resolve the charge. A year is defined as 45 hours of credit earned in three quarters at the Savannah College of Art and Design. Scholarship students are expected to be particularly strong and positive leaders, excelling academically and representing the college well within the community. The award amount is disbursed as indicated in the charts at the end of the scholarship listings at SCAD's website. Scholarship disbursement policies are available in the office of the bursar. Scholarship amounts are awarded according to hours earned at the college. All scholarships for entering students must be awarded prior to first-quarter attendance.

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