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Scholarships & Financial Aid

The University of Arizona and the College of Fine Arts offer a wide variety of scholarships and financial aid. Scholarships are both need and merit based. They are administered by both the University and Schools within the College of Fine Arts. Financial Aid is both need-based and non need-based and is administered through the Office of Student Financial Aid.

Financial Aid

The University of Arizona Office of Student Financial Aid offers several different types of need-based and non need-based financial aid, including grants, loans, and work-study options. You should check out their web site to learn more about the different types of financial aid you may be eligible for. For more information, visit the Office of Student Financial Aid website.

Scholarships

The University of Arizona offers several different types of scholarships. You should check out their web site to learn more about the different types of scholarships that are offered and the criteria for being awarded them. For more information, view the Office of Student Financial Aid’s Scholarship Information page.

The College of Fine Arts offers a variety of need-based and merit-based scholarships. Each School has special scholarships they award. For more information, please click on the appropriate School link below:

Medici Scholars Program

Medici Scholars are talented young artists and scholars who have shown remarkable ability in their area of study and who, with additional financial support, can better achieve their goals. For more information, visit our page for Medici Scholars.

Arizona Community Foundation Arts Scholars Program: Springer Scholarship

The Arizona Community Foundation Arts Scholars Program provides talented student artists in Arizona with scholarship funding, registration fee waivers, academic and artistic mentoring, and opportunities for enhanced study either nationally or internationally. The Springer Scholarship is $5,000 per academic year for up to four years during the student’s undergraduate career. The goal is to help keep Arizona’s best and brightest artistic talent within the state’s university system. Springer Scholarships are awarded for all arts disciplines, including dance, theatre, music, and visual and media arts.

Deadline to apply: April 1, 2019.

More information and directions on how to apply.

 

Download the Scholarship Application.

 

If you have any questions please contact Ryan Burton-Romero at rbr13@arizona.edu

CFA Student Services

Ryan Burton-Romero Director, Enrollment Management and Recruitment
rbr13@arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 111
Lindsay Clark Coordinator, Recruitment
linds@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 111
520-621-1778
Hannah Pynn Administrative Associate
hannahpynn@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 111
520-621-1301
Ms. Norma Ayon Assistant Director - Academic Advising
nayon@email.arizona.edu
Marshall Bldg, Room 220
520-621-1301
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Karin Nolan Assistant Professor, Fine Arts | Assistant Professor, Music
knolan@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 159
520-621-7470
Harvill Bldg, Room 126B
520-626-5656
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CFA in Schools brings music and dance education to schools in need, setting up programs to teach guitar, drums and dance.

Congrats to Brad Richter, all of our dedicated instructors and the students who have benefited from the program.

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CFA in Schools brings music and dance education to schools in need, setting up programs to teach guitar, drums and dance.

Congrats to Brad Richter, all of our dedicated instructors and the students who have benefited from the program. 

Full Story | http://bit.ly/CFAinSchools
Video | https://youtu.be/kDLX7ZL1oCA

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The New York Times recently reviewed UA School of Art Professor David Taylor and Marcos Ramírez ERRE’s exhibition, DeLIMITations, examining the transitory nature of borders.
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The duo placed 47 obelisks along the original 2,400-mile 1821 U.S.-Mexico border, including this one near Leadville, Colorado.

Learn More | bit.ly/UADavidTaylor

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The New York Times recently reviewed UA School of Art Professor David Taylor and Marcos Ramírez ERRE’s exhibition, DeLIMITations, examining the transitory nature of borders.
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The duo placed 47 obelisks along the original 2,400-mile 1821 U.S.-Mexico border, including this one near Leadville, Colorado.

Learn More | http://bit.ly/UADavidTaylor

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Congrats to Kennady Schneider!
Amazing speech!!!

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Congrats to Kennady Schneider!
Amazing speech!!!

Outstanding Senior
College of Fine Arts
School of Art

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