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Indiana State University Virginia Carpenter Music Scholarship

Description: The Virginia Carpenter Bradbury Music Scholarship was established in 1975 by Dr. Jack and Virginia Carpenter Bradbury to assist worthy music students who need financial aid. Dr. and Mrs. Bradbury are both ISU graduates. Mrs. Bradbury was a member of the Orchestra, Band, Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra, A Capella Choir, Kappa Delta Pi (education honorary, Iota Rho Chi (music club), Kappa Pi (art honorary), Pamarista (upperclass women’s honorary), Student Council, Women’s League, Sycamore Players, and Homecoming Committee.


Applicants must hold a high GPA, demonstrate considerable development in performance skills, and show evidence of financial need.Awards are made based on faculty recommendations to the chairperson of the Department of Music. This scholarship is reserved for students with financial need who meet the criteria. There is no formal application process.

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