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Offered by Manhattanville College
The Manhattanville Fine and Performing Arts Scholarship is one of Manhattanville College’s Merit Scholarships that is exclusively open to full-time, first-year and transfer students at Manhattanville College who have an interest in pursuing a career in the fine and performing arts. Eligible arts include Dance, Musical Theatre, Studio Art, and Theatre. While students pursuing Dance, Musical Theatre, or Theatre must submit an audition, it is not required (only recommended) for those applying to the Art (Studio) Program. As the requirements for each specific type of visual/performing art scholarship slightly differ, we recommend checking out the audition and portfolio requirements for more information.
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
College Freshmen, Sophomores & Juniors
Visual & Performing Arts, Music, Dance
Applicants with an interest in Theater are also eligible
Applicants pursuing Dance, Musical Theatre, or Theatre will be required to submit an audition, while those pursuing the Art (Studio) program must submit 15 - 20 pieces of their artwork.
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