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Top 17 Dance Scholarships in December 2022

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Updated: December 1st, 2022

Dance has been a part of human history for as long as we can remember. It has always been a way to express oneself physically and spatially, and is an important part of many festivities. There is also an art and science to dance that scholars study in academic environments. Dance scholarships are available so that students can develop a greater understanding of this age-old art form with less of a financial burden.

If you are a dancer or wish to study dance, here are some of the best scholarships in the dance disciplines for this year!

17 Dance Scholarships in December 2022

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$10,000 “No Essay” Scholarship

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Easy scholarship open to all US-based high school, college, community college and graduate students.

1 award worth $10,000

Deadline Jun 30, 2023

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$2,000 Nitro College Scholarship – No Essay


Easy scholarship open to all high school, college, community and graduate students.

1 award worth $2,000

Deadline Dec 31, 2022


Niche $2,000 “No Essay” College Scholarship


Easy scholarship from Niche open to all high school, college, and graduate students.

1 award worth $2,000

Deadline Dec 31, 2022


F. Lammot Belin Arts Scholarship

Offered by Peter Belin

Open to individuals planning to make their chosen fine art their life's work. Being from Pennsylvania is preferred, but not required.

Multiple awards worth up to $10,000

Deadline Jan 15, 2023

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“Follow Your Own Path” Essay Scholarship

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Open to all postsecondary students, regardless of the type of training/education they are pursuing.

1 award worth $500

Deadline Jan 31, 2023

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Classic Center Cultural Foundation Performing Arts Scholarship

Offered by Classic Center Cultural Foundation

Open to high school students in Northeast Georgia who are involved in the performing arts.

Multiple awards worth $2,000

Deadline Mar 3, 2023

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Iowa Scholarships for the Arts

Offered by Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs

Open to high school seniors in Iowa who intend to pursue a major in the arts at an Iowa university.

Multiple awards worth $2,500

Deadline Apr 3, 2023

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CBC Spouses Performing Arts Scholarship

Offered by Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

Open to current and incoming Black/African-American postsecondary students majoring in a visual or performing arts field.

20 awards worth $5,000

Deadline Apr 14, 2023

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Joan Myers Brown Equity Scholarship

Offered by Francisco Gella Dance Works

Open to Black, college-bound, intermediate and advanced dancers between 7 and 22 years of age.

Multiple awards worth Varies

Deadline Biannual

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YoungArts Competition

Offered by YoungArts

High school sophomores, juniors, and seniors passionate about dance, music, or writing who submit an essay/video showcasing their talents.

Multiple awards worth up to $10,000

Deadline passed Oct 14, 2022

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BigFuture Scholarships


Open to US-based high school students in the classes of 2023, 2024, and 2025! No essay, minimum GPA, test score, or citizenship requirements.

Multiple awards worth up to $40,000

Deadline Rolling


Brown Girls Do College Scholarship

Offered by Brown Girls Do Ballet

Full-time, female undergraduate students of color with a strong dance background. Priority given to first-gen students with financial need.

Multiple awards worth $2,000

Deadline passed Jun 30, 2022

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Athlete Honors Scholarship Program

Offered by AmeriCheer & AmeriDance Family of Brands

Open to high school juniors and seniors who perform a dance or cheer routine at the AmeriCheer/AmeriDance event or camp.

Multiple awards worth $500

Deadline passed May 1, 2022

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Princess Grace Awards Program

Offered by Princess Grace Foundation-USA

Open to U.S. based artists currently living and working in the United States.

1 award worth $10,000

Deadline passed Feb 15, 2022

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Entertainment Community Fund Professional Development Scholarship

Offered by Entertainment Community Fund

Professional dancers of 5+ years who are seeking occupational skills training in a certification or licensure program outside of dance.

Multiple awards worth up to $1,000

Deadline passed Jan 1, 2022

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$25k “Be Bold” No-Essay Scholarship


Easy scholarship open to high school students, college students, community college students, and graduate students.

1 award worth $25,000

Deadline Dec 31, 2022


$10,000 CollegeXpress Scholarship


Annual $10k scholarship from CollegeXpress open to all high school students.

1 award worth $10,000

Deadline May 1, 2023


College-specific dance scholarships

George Mason University Dance Talent Scholarship
  • Eligibility: Incoming freshmen who demonstrate outstanding talent at an audition. To renew the scholarship each year, recipients must maintain a 3.0 GPA, participate fully in all department performance activities and be a good university citizen
  • Amount: $3,000-$5,000 per year
  • Deadline: Schedule an audition

Alma College Dance Scholarship
  • Eligibility: Students must apply to the college and must audition for the Theater and Dance Department. Students must be accepted to the college before they can apply for any scholarship awards
  • Amount: $1,500/year – full scholarship
  • Deadline: Depends on the audition dates.

Hofstra University Dance Scholarship
  • Eligibility: Students must be enrolled and participate in an audition
  • Amount: $500-$5,000
  • Deadline: Rolling application

St. Olaf College Dance Scholarship
  • Eligibility: Students must be enrolled/accepted into the college and participate in auditions
  • Amount: $4,000-$5,000 
  • Deadline: Depends on scheduled audition

Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC)
  • Eligibility: High school seniors with talents in art, dance, debate, music, and theater
  • Amount: $64,000, which equals $8,000 per semester, renewable for eight semesters of undergraduate study (20 scholarships awarded each year)
  • Deadline: December 1 of each year

How to win scholarships for dance students 

Now that you’ve done the hard work of finding scholarships to apply for, you must complete the next step, which is writing an application that stands out! As a dancer, you know that competition can be fierce, and starting off on the right foot is key!  

Meaning you’ll want to write a winning scholarship essay straight from the start. Additionally, competitive scholarships may ask for you to write a scholarship resume or just to write about yourself. From the basics to the specifics, we have you covered. We even have entire articles dedicated to helping you start a scholarship essay and end it! 

The effort you put into your scholarships will be noticeable to those reviewing your application. Take your time, do your research and try your best! 

Resources for dance students

American College Dance Association

The American College Dance Association unites students studying dance across the country, and hosts conferences and showcases on national and regional levels. Joining the ACDA is a great way to learn more about the broader field of dance, get inspiration from across the country, and meet new people.

Body-Mind Centering Organization

Dance requires a broad skillset, and one of the most important factors for students is their connection to their bodies. This organization offers workshops and conferences to help participants center themselves in their bodies. These are skills that could help any dancer!

Frequently asked questions about dance scholarships

What colleges give scholarships for dance?

Many colleges across the country offer scholarships for valued dancers. One of the best things students seeking dance, or any other scholarships, can do is check the financial aid website of the colleges they are applying to. The earlier the better, since sometimes awards are on a “first come, first served” basis.

Does UCLA offer dance scholarships?

UCLA offers the Jean Irwin Dance Fund scholarship, which is awarded to UCLA dancing students that have a financial need.

What GPA do I need to get a full scholarship?

There is no set number on the GPA scale. In general, scholarships tend to be based on a variety of factors. As a general rule of thumb, scholarships tend to require a B average, or a 3. 0 GPA.

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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.

Arts for Life! Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 2/1/2023
  • Amount: $1,000
  • Annually, Arts for Life! awards $1,000 scholarships to 25 Florida high school seniors who demonstrate academic and artistic excellence in creative writing, dance, drama, music or visual art. To qualify, students must be graduating high school seniors in Florida during the current application period and submit a completed application. Students must submit a completed application, a brief essay [...] More

Ashley E.

Ketcher Memorial Scholarship
  • Application Deadline: 2/1/2023
  • Amount: Varies
  • The purpose of the Ashley E. Ketcher Memorial Scholarship is to provide educational funds to support an Auburn High School CAPA student planning to attend an accredited college or university. Applicant must be a graduating Auburn High School senior in the CAPA program, have an interest and prior experience in the performing arts, have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5/4.0, have financial need, and [...] More

Austin College Art Scholarships

  • Application Deadline: 2/1/2023
  • Amount: Varies
  • Art scholarships are awarded to students with talents in studio art, who may or may not intend a major or minor in art. A limited number of awards are available each year and may amount up to $4,000 annually for each recipient. Recipients are required to maintain satisfactory participation in at least one art or art history course each year that they receive the award and must remain full-time [...] More

CBC Spouses Performing Arts Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 4/30/2023
  • Amount: $3,000
  • The CBC Spouses Performing Arts Scholarship is for full-time African-American or Black students pursuing a degree in performing arts including, but not limited to, drama, music, dance, opera, marching bands, and other musical ensembles.

    Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident who is preparing to pursue, or is currently pursuing, an undergraduate, graduate or doctoral [. ..] More

Hope College Distinguished Artist Awards - Dance

  • Application Deadline: 2/21/2023
  • Amount: $12,000
  • We do everything we can to make sure that a Hope College experience provides great value at an affordable rate. This focus has earned the College recognition as a Best Value by Kiplinger's Personal Finance and Forbes’ Top Colleges, and inclusion in such books as Colleges That Change Lives and Putting Students First. Our students tell us that the financial aid they received made their dream of [...] More

Iowa Scholarships for the Arts

  • Application Deadline: 3/1/2023
  • Amount: $1,500
  • Iowa Scholarship for the Arts is a $1,500 scholarship to help support student's future arts education. Applicants must be outstanding Iowa high school seniors who excel and demonstrate a commitment to pursuing an education and career in the arts. Applicants must also plan to attend college in Iowa and major in the fine arts. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship [...] More

JSU Drama Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 2/15/2023
  • Amount: Varies
  • JSU offers drama scholarships to full-time theater majors. Eligible criteria include: contributing (either on or back stage) to each production during the term; attending all department work calls, strikes and tech prep days; have a maximum of three absences in drama-related major courses; and, have a 2.5 GPA per term, 2. 5 overall, and 3.0 in drama courses. For more information or to apply, [...] More

Tupelo Elvis Fan Club Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 2/14/2023
  • Amount: $5,000
  • The Tupelo Elvis Fan Club Scholarship is open to all graduating Mississippi high school seniors. Applicants must upload a song performance video to their own YouTube page. Each spring, a panel of judges reviews submissions and narrows it down to ten finalists who perform live for their club in Tupelo, MS. Applicants must sing, dance, or play a musical instrument and submit a performance video for [...] More

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21 Best Dance Scholarships for Dancers in 2022 [UPDATED]

May your passion for dance earn you a scholarship in 2022 to continue your studies at the universities of your choice. It's quite unusual, but if you're thinking of a dance career and want to reach your potential while studying for a scholarship, then this is what you're looking for. Check out our current 21 Best Dance Scholarships in 2022 and make your dreams come true.

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The Dance Discovery Foundation Scholarship Programs

Deadline: May 31 st July 31st

at a dance or performing arts school, studio, or institution throughout Southern California.

These programs are the SHINE, ACEEL, and Dream Scholarships, which are valued at $500 to $2,000 per student per year. nine0005

The scholarship program opens annually for applications on April 1 st and deadlines for each scholarship; SHINE & ACCEL - 31 May st and Dream Scholarship - July 1 st per annum.

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Dancer Career Transition Scholarship

Established in 1985 and sponsored by the Actors Foundation, the Dancer Career Transition Scholarship allows dancers to identify their career opportunities and develop the skills needed to achieve success in a variety of disciplines outside of dance . nine0005

The program is open to those who are currently enrolled in a competitive dance education/teaching/training program at a dance school, studio or institution nationwide and intend to earn income as a professional dancer.

Individual recipients are also eligible for individual and group counseling services, health insurance and health insurance referrals, and, where available, access to emergency financial assistance. nine0005

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School of Arts Scholarship

Deadline: February 28th.

Moorhead State University of Minnesota (MSUM) is proud to offer a variety of Studio Art Scholarships known as Beginning and Talented Scholarships and Excellence Scholarships for current and future students of the institution.

Freshman Talent Scholarships were for the award of freshmen. An application form is available for high school students planning to attend Moorhead at Minnesota State University. The Excellence Scholarship is available to current students at the university. nine0005

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Beverly Miller Dance Scholarship

Deadline : Varies

The scholarship is valued at one $1,000 scholarship and eighteen $500 scholarships for successful applicants.

This is not yet available for 2022. Usually starts around October. nine0005

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Bachelor's Dance Styropendes Based on Merit

Opension :

Variered by the College of Fine Arts, Students Styropendes are provided to college students who were based on a scholarship based on dance. merit.

The amount of the fee varies annually depending on the funding available and the number of qualified applicants. nine0005

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Mercyhurst University Dance Scholarships

Dance Auditions and Scholarships offered by Mercyhurst University are available to applicants wishing to enroll in undergraduate and undergraduate programs at the university.

Scholarships are merit-based and awarded by audition only. The audition dates for the second year are as follows: Monday, January 2; Friday, January 20; 24 February; February 7; and 14 February. nine0005

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Arts of the Arts - All Saints College

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College of all saints with pleasure offers a scholarship for a loyal and talented students who are coming from 7 to 11 to 11 to 11 to 11 to 11 to 11 to 11 2022 who are about to enroll in the program, which is housed at the College Center for the Performing Arts at .

The scholarship is valued at 50% of the cost of college education. It is valid for the student's entire period of study at the College and is subject to continued excellence and commitment to All Saints College's performing arts program. nine0005

Scholarships are awarded after audition. The audition date is Thursday 04 April 2022. It is important to note that late entries will not be accepted.

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Art for life! Scholarship Fund

Deadline: February 1st

Created by former First Lady Columba Bush in 1999, Arts for Life! Grant-Based Admissions The Foundation provides annual financial support to high school students who graduate from a public, private, or virtual school or homeschool program in the State of Florida and who can also demonstrate excellence in any of the following disciplines: creative writing, dance, drama, music, or visual arts art. nine0005

The scholarship is valued at $1,000 annually and is available to 25 successful applicants. The program may provide an additional $1,000 at select schools such as Palm Beach, Miami-Dade, and Florida Southern.

Email of the scholarships: [email protected]

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Memorial scholarships Siril McNIFA

OTV : December, Ir Pema Dance of North America (IDTano) McNiffa to high school graduates who have proven their excellence in the dance class and studio. nine0005

Company Scholarship Award valued at US$750 to US$2,500 per student.

Desired applicants are students with Irish dance experience who enroll in accredited undergraduate programs, especially in the performing arts. The recommendation of a TCRG certified dance instructor is an important part of the application process.

Scholarship email: [email protected]

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Dizzy Feet Foundation Scholarship

No Deadline

The Dizzy Feet Foundation offers scholarships to talented students attending an accredited or nationally recognized dance school or institute in the United States.

The Scholarship is valued at $10,000.00 per student and may be awarded annually as determined by the foundation in its sole discretion. All funds will be paid directly to the institution where the recipient is registered. nine0005

Eligible applicants must be at least 15 years of age and have US citizenship and. Applicants will be judged based on the talent, technical skills, dance expression, and financial needs of the student.

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Gene Kelly Legacy Scholarship

Named after the legendary dancer, director and choreographer Gene Kelly and established to celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birth, the Gene Kelly Legacy Foundation grants the Fuzitu Foundation annually a talented student studying dance at a nationally accredited or recognized dance school or institution in the United States. nine0005

Recipients must demonstrate an interest in and aptitude for choreography and interdisciplinary dance expression and must embody not only the physical, athletic style represented by Gene Kelly, but also demonstrate the potential for joy, creativity and innovation for which he is renowned.

Scholarships are valued at $10,000 per student and may be awarded annually as determined by the foundation in its sole discretion. All funds will be paid directly to the institution where the recipient is enrolled. nine0005

Eligible applicants must be 18 years of age or older and a US citizen. Applicants will be judged based on the talent, technical skills, dance expression, and financial needs of the student.

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School of Dr. Edward and Ann Link


Awarded by the Public Fund of the Okhlobi district, scholarship of Dr. Edward and Ann Link is awarded with qualified residents of Ogayo, who strive nine0003 Master in Visual and Performing Arts.

Scholarship valued at $2,500 per recipient per year.

Eligible applicants must have lived in Shelby County for 12+ months, complete at least their first year of study, attend accredited U. S. universities, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, and attach two letters of recommendation.

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Emma Sue Gibbons Scholarship

Deadline: December 1st

The Emma Sue Gibbons Scholarship offered by The Texas College of Education and Human Development, A&M University - College Station is awarded to outstanding dancers entering the full-time Bachelor of Science in Dance Science Kinesiology.

The scholarship is valued at $1,000 per academic year.

Eligible applicants must be a student (current, incoming freshman or transfer) with at least a 1000 SAT or 24 ACT score, participating in the Summer Summer Dance Intensive program and enrolled in DCED Modern Dance I or higher. nine0005

The minimum GPR for qualified applicants is as follows: Current student: GPR 2.75 overall, 3.0 in dance courses; Transfer students: GPR 3.0 in general, 3.0 in dance courses; Incoming freshman: GPR 3. 0 overall.

Important information regarding the scholarship is that out-of-state students who receive this scholarship will be eligible for an out-of-state tuition waiver.

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HLKN Dance Program

The HLKN dance program is also covered by the Emma Sue Gibbons Scholarship at the Texas College of Education and Human Development and for talented dancers entering the full-time undergraduate dance science kinesiology program.

Three awards offered valued at $250, $500 and $750 per academic year

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Florence Lemke Memorial Scholarship


0004 : March 1st

The Florence Lemke Memorial Scholarship, offered by the Auxiliary Department of the American Legion in Washington, is designed to support high school graduates who are the children, grandchildren, or great grandchildren of honorably discharged veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

Company Scholarship Award valued at $1,000 per recipient.

Eligible applicants must be from Washington DC and attend accredited colleges for majors such as music, theater, dance, architecture, and photography. Three letters of recommendation are required, confirming the academic merit and character of the candidates. nine0005

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Iowa Arts Scholarships

Deadline: March 1st

theater and painting.

Eligible applicants must be Iowa residents, enroll in accredited state institutions, and demonstrate strong artistic merit. As an online application, one letter of recommendation, five dance videos, and a 500-word career aspirations essay must be submitted. nine0005

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Jean Lee/Jeff Marvin Scholarships

Deadline: January 15th

The Indiana Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance Association (IAH) grants six scholarships Jean Lee/Jeff Marvin for senior students who are earning 12+ credits at Indiana institutions of higher learning for eligible academic majors, including dance.

The scholarship is valued at $1,000 per recipient. nine0005

The following criteria will be considered for each applicant: academic merit, financial need, professional potential, faculty references, and campus participation. Successful candidates will be announced in April.

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Joci Awards for performing art 9,0004

Operating time : February 10TH

Awarded the Majestic theater San Antonio, Joci Awards Performing Arts are offered by students-12 each spring in all of the following five musical theater categories: Vocal Music, Acting, Dance, Best Leading Actress, and Best Leading Actor. The Foundation has awarded approximately $700,000 since its inception in 1988.

Scholarship valued at $10,000 to attend any US institution.

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Memorial scholarships Kate Nil Kinli

Opension : December 1st

College of Fine and Applied Arts of the University of Illinois, Provides the scholars full-time students in the following disciplines: architecture, art, dance, landscape design, theatre, music, and urban planning before they turn 25. Fellows are selected based on academic merit, moral character, and seriousness of purpose. nine0005

Three main scholarships are awarded: one for up to 20,000 in any field of music; One of $20,000 in architectural design and history, art and design, dance, instrumental or vocal music, or theater; One option up to $9,000 in architecture, art, dance, landscape architecture, theater, or urban and regional planning.

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MAHPERD Aspiring Leader Scholarship

Deadline : May 20th

The Maryland Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (MAHPERD) Aspiring Leadership Scholarship is available to dancers who enroll in dance teacher training programs.

The scholarship is valued at a minimum of $1,000 per recipient.

Eligible residents of the "Free State" must be in the top half of their graduating class, enroll in an accredited American institution, have a cumulative GPA greater than 2. 5, demonstrate evidence of leadership skills, and excel in extracurricular dance activities. nine0005

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Mary Doctor Scholarship

Deadline: March 1, 2022. Now available.

The Mary Doctor of Performing Arts Scholarship Fund is awarded each year to two Charlotte High School senior students who plan to earn a bachelor's degree in a discipline related to the performing arts (e.g., music, dance, theatre, technical theater, arts management, and teaching).

Selected recipients will receive annually renewable scholarships of up to $10,000 each, determined at the discretion of the scholarship committee.

Eligible applicants must be able to demonstrate financial need, academic ability, above average ability, and a strong interest in one or more areas of the performing arts. The eligible candidate must also be accepted by a university or college with an established performing arts program as a full-time student. nine0005 SCHOLARSHIP LINK

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Regulations on the procedure for scholarships for students of GBPOU RO "TKMP".pdf

State academic scholarship, state social scholarship to students is paid in the amount determined by the college, in accordance with the Regulations on the procedure for scholarship provision of students of GBPOU RO "TKMP", taking into account the opinion of the student council and the trade union committee of the college within the funds allocated to the college for scholarship provision of students ( scholarship fund).

The amount of state academic scholarships for students, state social scholarships for students, determined by the college, cannot be less than the standards for the formation of a scholarship fund at the expense of the budgetary allocations of the regional budget established by the Government of the Rostov Region. nine0005

Appointment and payment of state academic scholarships to students and state social scholarships to students studying full-time, including using distance learning technologies and e-learning at the expense of the regional budget.

Scholarships, being cash payments, are subdivided into:

  1. - state academic scholarship;
  2. - state social scholarship. nine0386

Applications for the appointment of state academic scholarships are considered at a meeting of the scholarship commission, which includes:

  1. - director of GBPOU RO "TKMP" - chairman of the scholarship commission;
  2. - chief accountant;
  3. - Deputy Director for Academic Affairs;
  4. - Deputy director for educational work;
  5. - heads of departments by specialty;
  6. nine0383 - social pedagogue;
  7. - teacher-psychologist;
  8. - chairman of the trade union committee;
  9. - student council chairman;
  10. - the class teacher of the relevant group, whose students are considering the appointment of a scholarship;
  11. - head of the group whose students are being considered for the appointment of a scholarship.

The procedure for submitting candidates for a scholarship is reflected in the Minutes of the meeting of the scholarship commission in accordance with Appendix A.

Scholarships are appointed by order of the director of the college twice a year based on the results of the examination session within the funds allocated for scholarships for students (scholarship fund) for the corresponding period.

The state academic scholarship is awarded to students depending on academic success based on the results of intermediate certification at least twice a year.

A student who is awarded a state academic scholarship must meet the following requirements:

  1. - absence of "satisfactory" grade according to the results of intermediate attestation;
  2. - no academic debt.

State academic scholarship is awarded to all first-year students from the beginning of the academic year to December of the current calendar year inclusive.

Students who start studies after the end of academic leave, maternity leave, parental leave until they reach the age of three years or transferred from other organizations, the state academic scholarship is assigned after passing the first intermediate certification. nine0005

The size of the state academic scholarship for students cannot exceed 2 times the standard for the formation of a scholarship fund at the expense of the budgetary allocations of the regional budget established by the Government of the Rostov Region in relation to the state academic scholarship.

First-year students in the period from the beginning of the academic year to December of the current calendar year inclusively, the state academic scholarship is assigned in the amount of the standard for the formation of the scholarship fund at the expense of the budgetary allocations of the regional budget established by the Government of the Rostov Region in relation to the state academic scholarship. nine0005

Individual students, whose number cannot be more than 10 percent of the total number of students receiving a state academic scholarship at the beginning of the current academic year, for special achievements in educational, social, cultural, creative and (or) sports activities by the college within the limits of the scholarship fund a state academic scholarship is assigned in an increased amount, but not more than 4 times the standard for the formation of a scholarship fund at the expense of the budgetary allocations of the regional budget established by the Government of the Rostov Region in relation to the state academic scholarship, upon presentation by the scholarship commission. nine0005

An increased state academic scholarship is awarded if the student's activities meet one or more of the following criteria:

  1. a) the student receives, following the results of the intermediate attestation, for at least 2 consecutive semesters preceding the award of the scholarship, the marks "excellent" and "good" with at least 50 percent of the marks "excellent";
  2. b) recognition of a student as a winner or prize-winner of an international, all-Russian or regional olympiad, contest, competition, competition and other event aimed at identifying the educational achievements of students; nine0386
  3. c) a student receiving an award (prize) for the results of cultural, creative or sports activities within the framework of competitions, reviews, competitions and other similar events at the municipal, regional, all-Russian and international levels;
  4. d) active systematic participation of the student in the activities of the student council.

State social scholarship is awarded to students who are orphans and children left without parental care, persons from among orphans and children left without parental care, persons who have lost both parents or a single parent during the period of study, disabled children, disabled people of groups I and II, disabled since childhood, students exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl disaster and other radiation disasters, as a result of nuclear tests at the Semipalatinsk test site, students who are disabled due to a military injury or illness received during military service, and combat veterans, as well as students from among citizens who have been serving for at least three years under a contract in military positions to be replaced by soldiers, sailors, sergeants, foremen, and dismissed from military service on the grounds provided for in subparagraphs "b" - "d" paragraph 1, subparagraph "a" paragraph 2 and subparagraphs "a" - "c" of paragraph 3 of Article 51 of the Federal Law of March 28, 1998 No. 53-FZ "On military duty and military service".

State social scholarship is also awarded to students who have received state social assistance. The state social scholarship is assigned to the specified category of students from the date of submission to the college of a document confirming the appointment of state social assistance, for one year from the date of assignment of the specified state social assistance.

The size of the state social scholarship for students is established by the college in an amount not exceeding 2 times the standard for the formation of a scholarship fund at the expense of the budgetary allocations of the regional budget established by the Government of the Rostov Region in relation to the state social scholarship. nine0005

State social scholarship for students is assigned by order of the director of the college on the submission of materials by the scholarship commission, the decisions of which are drawn up by the Minutes of the meeting of the scholarship commission in accordance with Appendix B.

Payment to students of state academic scholarships, state social scholarships is carried out once a month, within three days from the date of receipt of funds for targeted subsidies to the personal account of the institution no later than the 30th day of the current month. nine0005

The payment of state academic scholarships, state social scholarships is terminated from the date of expulsion of the student from the college.

The payment of state academic scholarships to students is terminated from the first day of the month following the month the student received the grade "satisfactory" during the passage of the intermediate certification, or the student has an academic debt.

The payment of the state social stipend is terminated from the first day of the month following the month of termination of the basis for its appointment. nine0005

Students receiving a state social scholarship have the right to apply for a state academic scholarship on a general basis.

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