Mattie Hipp Cunningham Scholarship

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Mattie Hipp Cunningham Scholarship is awarded to the student who shows the greatest promise in appreciation of, or creativity in, literature and fine arts. The award rotates between the English, drama, and art departments, and is therefore available to art every third year only.

    Art Department Scholarships are available for incoming students who wish to actively participate in the art department either as majors or non-majors. We have a number of competitive scholarships that can be combined with any academic merit-based scholarships students receive on the basis of their application for admission. The awarding process is based on a careful review of the student's portfolio either in person at Portfolio Day or through digital submissions as part of the art scholarship application.

    Scholarships are awarded contingent upon the student's continued performance, diligence in his or her work, and dedication to achieving excellence. Students who receive scholarships are role models for their peers. Scholarships are renewable, and students may receive additional funding in later years. Scholarship applications for current students are reviewed in early spring term each year.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 3300 Poinsett Highway
  • Greenville , SC 296213
  • admissions@furman.edu
  • 864-294-2000

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