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Academic advisors are educators and problem solvers who advocate for students as they navigate their personal journeys through higher education and attain their academic goals. Through inclusion and connection, academic advisors open doors to new opportunities for self-awareness and growth, empowering students to define their roles as citizens within local and global communities.
Scholarships are offered at the department-, college-, and university-levels to help fund your education. To be eligible for any scholarship, you must first be an admitted student to the University.
The six academic units in the College of Fine Arts offer more than 120 scholarships each year collectively. Learn more about the scholarship opportunities in your area of study:
The College of Fine Arts also awards scholarships (all submission deadlines for 2017- 2018 academic year have passed):
- Summer Study Prizes
- Emma Eccles Jones Fine Arts Leadership House Endowed Scholarship
- Marion Stiebel Siciliano Utah Fine Arts Institute Scholarship
- The Dorothy Ware Endowed Scholarship
- J.George Jones College of Fine Arts Advisory Board Scholarship
The Fine Arts Honors Scholarship for Artistic Merit program recognizes incoming freshmen students who through the audition and portfolio processes demonstrate high artistic merit and potential. Learn more here: Fine Arts Honors Scholarship for Artistic Merit
College of Fine Arts Undergraduate Students have two options for living on campus. The EE Jones Fine Arts House and the Fine Arts Floor. Students who living in the Arts House and on the Arts Floor make up the most vibrant living communities on campus.
Ever wonder what day-to-day life is like post-college? Get a glimpse of your potential future by visiting animation employers in the Los Angeles & Burbank areas on the Animation Career Trek. During each visit, you will tour facilities, have Q&A sessions with employees, and experience the day-in-the-life of what it is like working in each organization. You will make valuable professional connections, gain insight on the college-to-career transition, compare workplace cultures at different companies doing similar work, and network with professionals in the field.
Students' contribution of $150 will cover all expenses for airfare to Los Angeles, local transportation, lodging, and meals. The College of Fine Arts, the Film & Media Arts Department, and the Career Services office are offering a scholarship to cover a majority of the costs of the Career Trek.
When: March 12-16, 2017 (final dates TBD as site visit schedule is solidified)
Applications for the Animation Career Trek are now closed. Applications are currently being reviewed and accepted students will be notified as soon as possible.
This travel fund is to support Individual Undergraduate or Graduate Students' travel to present or perform their scholarly or creative research at national or international venues. There is a limit of $500 max per academic year for each applicant, and funds will be disbursed on a first-come basis.
Please e-mail a completed application form to Associate Dean Sarah Projansky and be sure to include a copy of the formal invitation to present or a link to the conference/presenting organization's website listing you as a presenter/performer or be sure to include a paragraph from your department chair, school director, or faculty advisor explaining why this presentation/performance is important to your graduate career and/or education. Please direct any questions about the Individual Student Travel Grants to .
Please note that the Dean's Office Graduate Student Travel Fund is not available for travel that could be funded by the CFA FAF Grants.