We strive to bring the best and most ambitious students to our program to contribute to our community of creators. We welcome applicants from all financial backgrounds and work to make our program affordable through our ST.ART Challenge Scholarship Contest and Need-based Scholarships.
Scholarship applications are open for summer 2022 programs!
Scholarship Info Session – Thursday, March 24 at 6:00pm CST
Tune in to learn more about our ST.ART Pre-College Programs via Zoom! This session will focus on scholarships, providing an overview of our ST.ART Challenge and Need-Based financial aid opportunities and how to apply, and there will be time for a Q&A. A recording of the session will be available after the event for individuals who are unable to attend.
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ST.ART Challenge is an application-based scholarship contest for exceptional artists in grades 8, 9, 10 and 11 (rising Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors) interested in attending the 2022 ST.ART Intensive or Zip ST.ART programs. Three winners are selected each spring and receive funding for participation in the upcoming summer. Deadline: April 1 at 11:59pm
Students demonstrating financial need can submit additional materials to be considered for need-based scholarships to attend the 2022 ST.ART Intensive, Zip ST.ART, or Studio Camp programs. Priority Deadline: April 1 at 11:59pm
Application / Registration Fee Waivers
ST.ART Pre-College offers application fee waivers for the ST.ART Intensive application upon request. To request a fee waiver, email the ST.ART Office (email@example.com) by March 31 at noon. If you are applying for scholarships (merit or need-based), no application or program deposit is required as part of the Financial Aid Application.
Additional Information about ST.ART Financial Aid
- Our process is confidential.
- Applying for financial aid will neither increase nor decrease your chances of acceptance.
- Financial aid typically goes to families that are low-income, have many dependents, or are facing other financial hardships, however, we do consider granting financial aid when there are extenuating circumstances such as medical hardship, recent job loss, or a large number of dependents (i.e. financial responsibility for extended family members).
- Our funds are limited and we may not be able to grant every financial aid applicant an award.
Contact the ST.ART team via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 512-471-1749.