Students enrolled in the department of dance may secure funding for creative projects from a variety of sources.
The Laycock Center provides funding for large-scale collaborative projects. The purpose of this endowment is to create opportunities for students in the College of Fine Arts and Communications to develop and excel in collaborative environments under tutelage of master mentors. The endowment will promote and enable creative collaboration among faculty, students, artists, educators, and scholars in any of the various disciplines of the College, and establish a unique culture of student mentoring. Learn more here.
The Department of Dance offers student scholarships and grants through the generosity of the Mary Lou Fulton endowment. More information forthcoming.
The Office of Research and Creative Activities sponsors an annual grant program to help undergraduates work with faculty on research, field studies, or creative projects in their discipline. The grants provide opportunity to work with professors outside of the classroom and promote mentored learning that can enrich a student’s undergraduate experience. Learn more here.
The R. Don and Shirley Oscarson Discovery Grant program is to help the best-qualified senior students in communications, dance, music, visual arts, and theatre and media arts. Through financial grants that assist exceptional students in making a transition from the academic to the professional world, this opportunity will help students to participate in exhibits, auditions, performances, internships, etc. to expose their work to the commercial marketplace and to receive training in the “Business of Art.” Learn more here.