Scholarships LAE Fine Arts

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College of LAE Scholarships

Fine Arts

The following College of LAE Scholarships are available to continuing students with majors or minors in Fine Arts, or students involved in related organizations. The application deadline is March 1.
  • Art Department
    • Major in art 2.75+ GPA.
  • Bea Brecker Memorial (MUSIC)
    • Junior, Music major, performance contribution, academic achievement.
  • Bea Brecker Memorial (THEATRE)
    • Junior, performance contribution, participation in departmental activities, academic achievement.
  • Betty (Gray) Campbell Memorial
    • One must be majoring in one of the following areas: English/Language arts, speech, history, drama, or French. Must be enrolled in his/her sophomore, junior, or senior year with at least a 3.0 GPA or higher.
  • Bernard G. "Bunny" Dillion
    • Continuing students participating in two or more music performing organizations.
  • Carmen and Eva Beining Scholarship
    • Must be pursuing a degree in fine arts.   Preference will be given to students interested in painting.
  • Connie C. Stephens Memorial
    • Must be a sophomore, junior or senior and majoring in English or Music Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher. Must be active in extracurricular activities.
  • G. Olin Gunderson Scholarship
    • Continuing student with an emphasis in Art Education, Comprehensive Art Emphasis, or Graphics Design Emphasis.
  • Gerald and Sarah Darrow & Joan Orvis Scholarship
    • A music student who is either a rising junior or senior. A music student who is an outstanding performer in either musical or voice.
  • Katie Binning Memorial
    • Recipient must be Pursuing a degree in English or Art with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. Student must be active in extra-curricular activities and describe community and school involvement. Preference given to applicants who are from the following surrounding counties of Abbotsford, WI which include: Clark, Marathon and Taylor Counties.
  • Lois Kaiser-Genthe and William Schilling Scholarship
    • ​Must be pursuing an Art Education or Art degree.   Must demonstrate financial need.
  • Lyle & Ruth Olson Memorial Scholarship
    • Any major within the Fine Arts Department.
  • Paul & Jan Hemmer Music Scholarship
    • Major in music, from Dubuque county, IA, maintain a 3.0 grade point average and demonstrate financial need. Preference is given to a student involved in extra curricular activities. Student may be a new freshman or a continuing student.
  • Porter Ellifrit
    • Music major, performance contribution, scholastic achievement.
  • Raymond G. Duewer Family Music
    • Recipient must continue membership in and have been (4 semesters min.) a member of University Singers, the Chamber Choir or UWP mixed choir, 3.0+ GPA, 60+ Credits, leadership qualities, good character.
  • Rosemary Clarke
    • Must be a talented music student wishing to pursue a career in music, a student with financial need, must have a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Scenes of UWP Scholarship
    • Student who is an Art major.
  • Thomas Hickey Musical Theater Performance
    • Awarded to a full-time student for an excellence student on stage performance in a regular academic year (Sept - May) UW-Platteville musical theatre production. Should demonstrate superior preparation, imagination and delivery of the stage role.
  • William J. Dennis Music
    • For students majoring in Music; performance contribution scholastic achievement and academic status are considered.

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