James Van Vleck Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2002, this gift provides scholarships entering freshman majoring in liberal arts in the College of Arts and Sciences who wish to participate in a study abroad program. This endowment is part of the College of Arts and Sciences Endowed Scholarship/Fellowship Fund.
James Van Vleck Promising Future Scholarship
Established in 2005, this gift provides scholarships for students majoring in art history, ceramics and sculpture, graphic design, multimedia, painting, drawing or photography in the College of Arts and Sciences. Eligible students must present at a regional or national conference or have a UNF approved study-abroad trip scheduled to be completed prior to graduation.
Paul E. Ladnier Scholarship
The Paul E. Ladnier Scholarship was established in honor of Professor Paul E. Ladnier, UNF Associate Professor Emeritus of Painting and Drawing, upon his retirement in spring, 2010. The scholarship provides assistance to University of North Florida students majoring in painting and drawing.
I. Students eligible for such scholarships must:
a. Meet admissions
requirements and be accepted to the University of North Florida.
b.Earn a UNF cumulative GPA of at least3.0.
c.Declare a major or an intended major in art with a concentration in
painting or drawing.
Please see link for full requirements
2017 Ladnier Scholarship Information
DEADLINE: FRIDAY MARCH 31, 2017 AT 3:00PM
Portfolios must be delivered to Regan Bartley in the Department of Art and Design Office (Building 45 Room 2022)
Lazzara Family Scholarship
Established in 2001 by Irene and Gasper Lazzara, this gift provides scholarship for students majoring in the fine and performing arts.
THE LAZZARA SCHOLARSHIPS,
GENEROUSLY FUNDED BY THE LAZZARA FAMILY, ARE AWARDED ANNUALLY TO OUTSTANDING
& PROMISING STUDENTS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF ART + DESIGN.
the Lazzara scholarship is restricted to Art + Design Majors, enrolled
full-time, with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Students possessing a prior Bachelor's
degree are ineligible. To receive the full award, candidates must have at
least 24 credit hours of coursework to complete prior to graduation. Seniors
may be selected for a partial award if they require less than 24 hours to
complete the degree; in these cases, the award will be adjusted. For
example: a $1,000 award for full-time enrollment would be reduced to $750 (75%)
if the student has only 9 credit hours (¾ status) to complete.
Lazzara Scholars will be required to exhibit their work in
the Fall semester following their award at an annual scholarship recipient
exhibition at UNF. Art History recipients will be required to prepare a
statement or a portion of a research paper that they will present at the
exhibition. Other forms of publication may also be an option.
Scholarship can be renewed for a second year if the recipient continues to meet
eligibility requirements. In order to be
considered for continuation of the scholarship, previous recipients must submit
a complete, updated application by the established deadline.
Submit a single PDF file no larger than
50 MB containing your personal statement, résumé, unofficial UNF transcript,
and portfolio or writing sample. Upload your PDF to Blackboard no later than
February 10, 2017. You must contact Regan
Bartley in the Department of Art + Design main office to obtain access to Blackboard by February 2, 2018 by 2:00 pm. If you have any questions regarding your submission or the
requirements outlined above please contact Regan Bartley 620–4037,
Click on the link below for full instructions:
Lazzara Scholarship Guidelines 2017
Upload your PDF to Blackboard no later than February 2, 2018. You will need access to this account in order to upload your PDF.
Contact Regan Bartley, firstname.lastname@example.org or 904-620-4037 to request access.
Hope McMath Leadership in the Arts Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of Hope McMath, Executive Director of The Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, for her outstanding leadership. The scholarship provides assistance to University of North Florida art majors who would like to pursue a career in fine arts administration.
The Gray University Scholarship
This gift assists eligible students with the opportunity to participate in a funded semester of study abroad or undergraduate research.
Falloon Study Abroad
The College of Arts and Sciences is pleased to offer an award of $1,000.00 to a select student who will be participating in a UNF-approved study abroad program in a non-English speaking country between TBA.
2017 Friends of Art and Design Scholarship
The Department of Art and Design
is pleased to announce six scholarships of $1,000.00 to be used for the study
abroad program in Italy from May 15-June 26th, 2017. Sponsored
by the Friends of Art and Design, the awards are: The Machin Scholarship for
Study Abroad, the James Van Vleck Promising Future Grant, the Hope McMath
Leadership in the Arts Scholarship, and the Judy and Saul Eisen Study Abroad
Endowed Scholarship, and two Friends of Art and Design grants. These travel
awards will add to the missions of the department and the university in our
quest to increase opportunities for transformational experiences associated
with study abroad.
DEADLINE HAS PASSED. JANUARY 19TH, 2017.
Eligibility: Applicants must be UNF degree seeking students in good
standing registered for at least 12 hours this spring 2016 semester. Students
should have at least a 3.0 average, and have reached at least sophomore status.
Four of the grants are for those students who have declared a major in the
Department of Art and Design. Two are available for all majors and minors.
Winners of the scholarships must register for a minimum of six hours credit
associated with the Italy program.
Requirements: Complete the attached questionnaire and return it with your
responses to the Department of Art and Design office, 45/2022, no later
than 4 pm on Thursday, January 19th.
Proofread and use spellcheck! Ask someone to read over your application.
Judging: Selected donors and members of the Friends of Art and Design who
have made significant contributions to the arts in our community will do the
judging. We hope to announce the recipients by mid February.
Lu Ann and Doran Weinstein Memorial Scholarship in Visual Arts Award --
in 2011, this gift provides scholarships that are need based grants (students
must have filed a current FAFSA) for students who are major or minors in art
history, photography, ceramics, painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture or
any future visual arts disciplines.
The Lu Ann and Doran Weinstein Memorial Scholarships are awarded annually to five to six outstanding students in the Department of Art and Design. Award amounts range from $2,000 to $2,400. (2017)
Eligibility for the Weinstein scholarship is restricted to students that have at least 2 full semesters remaining after the spring semester of 2017, must be an Art and Design Major/Minor, enrolled in at least 9 credit hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA .FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) must be completed by the FAFSA deadline February 17, 2017 and a demonstrated financial need must be established with the UNF Office of Financial Aid.
Please see link below for all rules, qualifications and requirements to apply for the scholarship.
2017 Weinstein Scholarship
Deadline is March 1, 2017 by 10:00 pm by uploading your PDF to Blackboard. You must contract Regan Bartley by February 24, 2017 by 2:00pm in order to obtain access to Blackboard. Regan Bartley 620–4037, email@example.com.
For more information or to apply for any Art & Design scholarships please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.