Arts and Humanities Scholarship Day
You are unique. Turn your one of a kind talent into scholarship money! Thousands of dollars in scholarships are awarded on Arts and Humanities Scholarship Day. Scholarships based on creative work are open to all newly admitted students pursuing art and humanities majors who will begin their studies at Parkside during the 2020-2021 academic year.
For new students admitted to Parkside who will begin their studies in 2020-2021.
Be Accepted to Parkside
By Feb 1, 2020*
*for full scholarship consideration
Feb 13, 2020
Feb 15, 2020
As soon as you are accepted to Parkside...
Get started on your scholarship application.
Your application will require information about yourself, including what major(s) you plan to study. You will also complete a general scholarship application to be considered for additional opportunities.
Here's how you will demonstrate your work.
Students who are competing for Arts and Humanities Scholarships must share a sampling of their creative talents or expressions during an informal process with faculty and staff. Depending on your desired major, this may include showing samples of your work, auditioning, or interviewing.
Not Yet Accepted to Parkside?
Arts and Humanities Scholarship Day is open to admitted students. If you haven't been accepted to Parkside yet, start there. The best way to know Parkside is to visit, so we encourage you to spend time on campus if you haven't already.
Here's a look ahead at what we're planning for you.
Registration and continental breakfast
Check in and help yourself to some morning snacks
Introductions and Welcome to Parkside
Lesley Walker, Dean of College of Arts and Humanities
Deborah Ford, Chancellor of UW-Parkside
What it's like to study the arts and humanities at Parkside
Learn from current Parkside students in a panel discussion
Inside the Parkside experience
Presentation from Office of Admissions and New Student Services
10 am-1 pm
10 am-11 am
Campus Tours and Q&A
Meet with a member of the Admissions team
Tour state-of-the-art facilities and venues and chat with Dean Walker
Ready to turn your unique talent into scholarship money?