Our Opportunities

The scholarship application season for 2023-2024 is winding down. Scholarships still accepting applications are listed first.

Those with an Apply button require additional information. Those without the button are “auto-match” scholarships and you if meet the requirements your application will be added to the pool for consideration. You will not see the scholarships for which you have been auto-matched on your homepage (click My Applications).

To apply, sign in, submit a General Scholarship Application and take the next step:

Opportunities > Recommended – Apply for any of the scholarships recommended for YOU if you think you will qualify.
Opportunities > Ours – View the complete list of all scholarships and search for opportunities using a Keyword or Filter.
Opportunities > External – These scholarships are offered by local and national organizations having their own application process.

Watch your SCSU email throughout April, May and June for award offers. Most scholarships require recipients to accept the offer and submit a thank you letter for the donor.

  • You must meet minimum enrollment requirements during the semester(s) a scholarship is received.
  • Keyword examples – your major, minor, department, college/school, class level, nontraditional, veteran, LGBTQ, hometown, volunteer, internship, diversity, student org, etc.

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    Opportunities Table
    Award Name Actions
    varies Bill and Sharon Ellingson Art Scholarship
    Undergraduate or graduate student admitted to major in Art, Art...
    varies Jay Paul Bell and Julie Kiefer-Bell Art Scholarship
    1. Undergraduate admitted to major in Art, Art Education, Studio Art or...
    varies May Bowle Art Scholarship
    1. Admitted or intending to major in Art, Art Education, Studio Art,...
    1000-1500 Merle Sykora Fine Arts Fund
    1. Undergraduate student admitted to major in Art, Art Education or...
    varies Ralph Heimdahl Memorial Scholarship
    1. Admitted to major in Art or Studio Art (Preference given to students...