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Current students that have been accepted to study on an off-campus program may apply to receive travel scholarships. These are administered through the office of Student Financial Services. If you're participating in one of SCAD's upcoming off-campus programs and are interested in obtaining a scholarship for the trip (including Lacoste and Hong Kong), you may direct questions via e-mail.
In memory of SCAD professor Ben C. Morris, who taught at the college for 13 years in five different departments, a scholarship equal to the tuition for one course is awarded in a competition for students attending any off-campus program.
This US $2,800 scholarship is awarded in a competition for students attending off-campus programs in Europe.
This scholarship was established by Lauren Amos, Atlanta College of Art alumna. Two US $5,000 scholarships are awarded to SCAD Atlanta students majoring in fashion or photography. The recipients must be full-time students, demonstrate financial need and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0. A successful portfolio review is also required.
This US $2,000 scholarship is awarded in a competition for students attending any off-campus program.
This US $1,000 scholarship was established to nurture and support the artistic dreams of a candidate who wishes to study at SCAD Lacoste. Eligible applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 and demonstrate financial need.
This US $1,500 scholarship, established by SCAD professor Craig Stevens, is awarded once annually to a photography student participating in the off-campus program in France and/or Italy. Applicants must submit a portfolio to be juried by photography department faculty.
A quarterly scholarship of US $900 to pay travel expenses is awarded to a student attending SCAD Lacoste. Recipients must be full-time undergraduate or graduate students with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 who demonstrate financial need. Eligible applicants will have completed a minimum of 45 credit hours at SCAD by the end of spring quarter.
Please note that scholarship award amounts are subject to change. The award amounts listed are only a projection and may change prior to the date that funds are actually disbursed.