Dance Scholarships

Dance is a discipline with so much variety that it’s no surprise many students find their passion in one or more of its forms. While a college education can help passionate students pursue careers in dance, finding money for college can be challenging. Fortunately, dance scholarships exist to provide financial aid for deserving artists and performers who are interested in dance.

Whatever the variety, dance requires hard work, talent, and dedication. These traits, and many others possessed by dancers, make dance scholarships a great way to reward students who are likely to succeed in college and in the working world. If you’re currently involved in competitive dance, planning to pursue an education or career related to dance, or just passionate about dance, scholarships exist to help you pay for school. Below are just a few of the dance scholarship awards out there. For more information on dance scholarships, as well as scholarships for your other attributes and interests, conduct a free college scholarship search.

Furman University Art Scholarships
Application Deadlines: Varies
Art scholarships are competitive scholarships awarded on the basis of portfolio submissions. Prospective students must submit portfolios to the head of the Department of Art by November 15 (early decision) or January 15th (regular decision). To learn more about this scholarship and other opportunities available at Furman, please visit our [...] More

The George Snow Scholarship Fund
Application Deadlines: February 01, Annually
Financial need is the common criteria that bind all of the grants awarded through the George Snow Scholarship Fund. We also review all special circumstances. To qualify for The George Snow Scholarship Fund, applicants must: - Be a graduate of a Palm Beach County or North Broward County high school - Show financial need - Must be active in their school and community have strong educational and [...] More

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