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be renewed annually for up to four years through completion of a bachelor’s degree (or up to 225 attempted hours) as long as the recipient remains enrolled at SCAD and maintains at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average.


Jane C. Thurber Scholarship The Jane C. Thurber Scholarship of US$2,000 may be presented to an incoming undergraduate student interested in painting or fashion who demonstrates outstanding academic and artistic achievement, and demonstrates financial need through completion of the FAFSA or other documentation means. The scholarship may be renewed annually for up to four years through completion of a bachelor’s degree (or up to 225 attempted hours) as long as the recipient remains enrolled at SCAD, maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average and demonstrates continued financial need.


Jordan Siegel Equestrian Scholarship A US$500 scholarship may be awarded to an incoming first- year student eligible for walk-trot or walk-trot-canter divisions in Intercollegiate Horse Show Association competition who meets eligibility requirements for the SCAD equestrian team. Eligible students must have graduated from high school with a grade point average of at least 3.0, must have athletics experience (any sport) and must demonstrate financial need. The scholarship may be renewed annually for up to four years (up to 225 attempted hours) as long as the recipient maintains satisfactory academic performance and participates on the SCAD equestrian team.


Kane Family Scholarship The Kane Family Scholarship is offered to one high school graduate from Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools, who is accepted to SCAD and who demonstrates financial need. The scholarship may be renewed annually for up to four years through completion of a bachelor’s degree (or up to 225 attempted hours), as long as the recipient remains enrolled at SCAD and maintains a grade point average of at least 2.0 overall and 3.0 in the major course of study and demonstrates continued financial need.


SCAD Grant SCAD grants may be awarded to accepted freshmen and transfer students who meet or exceed normal admission standards and who demonstrate financial need through completion of the FAFSA or other documentation means. These grants may be renewed annually for up to four years through completion of a bachelor’s degree (or up to 225 attempted hours) as long as the recipients remain enrolled at SCAD, maintain the specified grade point average and demonstrate continued financial need.


Student Opportunity Scholarship A limited number of scholarships is awarded to accepted undergraduate or graduate students who meet or exceed the normal SCAD admission standards and who demonstrate financial need. These scholarships may be awarded in addition to any other scholarship awarded by SCAD, as long as the total SCAD award does not exceed the cost of tuition. Funding is limited. Eligibility criteria are available by contacting the admission department.


Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants for Entering Graduate Students (nonrepayable funds)


Through the office of admission, SCAD administers a number of scholarships, fellowships and grants for entering graduate students. Recipients are expected to be particularly strong and positive leaders at SCAD, excelling academically and representing SCAD well within the community. These awards are available to both United States citizens and international students and are offered to entering students prior to first-quarter attendance. Entering students may be offered an award from SCAD based


on artistic and/or academic achievement with consideration given to financial need as indicated by completion of the FAFSA or other documentation. Award recipients may accept additional scholarships from other sources, as well as additional forms of financial aid if qualified. Awards are offered to degree-seeking students, are applied


quarterly, and may be renewed annually until completion of a graduate degree at SCAD, as long as the recipient remains enrolled at SCAD and maintains a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. An annual award is intended to be disbursed over 45 hours


of credit earned in three quarters at SCAD. Graduate award recipients are not required to reside in SCAD housing.


Academic Honors A limited number of Academic Honors Scholarships may be awarded to accepted graduate students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement through Graduate Record Examination scores of 600 or above on the verbal section, 740 or above on the quantitative section, and 5 or higher on the analytical writing section; or a 3.5 or higher cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale, upon receipt of official scores and transcripts.


Artistic Honors A limited number of Artistic Honors Scholarships may be awarded to accepted graduate students who meet or exceed normal SCAD admission standards and who demonstrate artistic achievement through audition or writing submission.


Combined Honors A limited number of Combined Honors Scholarships may be awarded to accepted graduate students who demonstrate both academic and artistic achievement through a presentation of outstanding portfolio, audition or writing submission and above average grades and test scores.


Dean’s Fellowship Dean’s Fellowships may be awarded to applicants in any SCAD graduate program or geographic location who have been determined, through the admission process, to be exceptionally strong candidates for advanced study and scholarship. The number of fellowships awarded on an annual basis may vary according to the number of applicants and their qualifications. Students awarded a Dean’s Fellowship are expected to be strong leaders in their respective schools and departments, and are assigned specific duties relative to the needs of the department and the qualifications of the students. To be considered for a Dean’s Fellowship, applicants must


present a cumulative undergraduate grade point average of at least 3.3 (on a four-point scale), and must submit superior quality portfolio and statement of purpose. Qualified semi-finalists are invited to participate in an interview to determine final selection.


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