There are opportunities for scholarships in Digital Media with deadlines approaching:

    Fine and Performing Arts Scholars (application due March 15th).  There are in-state and out-of-state scholarships available in this program that cover tuition.  The program is designed to support an interdisciplinary group of student artists who will share the experience of learning about the arts together. Students will share artistic endeavors and part of their coursework with other arts scholars. Students will work closely with exceptional faculty artists in a variety of areas.   You can get all the details and application information Fine and Performing Arts Scholars page of the Honors college.  If you need guidance with your portfolio, you can ask questions at digm.info@etsu.edu.
    Basler Incentive Scholarship Award (application due March 31). The Wayne G. Basler Incentive Scholarship was established in 1992 by a long-time friend of the university, Mr. Wayne G. Basler. The merit-based scholarship is specifically designed for students who have a declared academic major in the Department of Engineering Technology, Surveying and Digital Media.  The Basler Incentive Scholarship is intended to provide financial assistance to the student for four years of undergraduate education. As a means of providing incentive to the student, the scholarship amount will increase annually to a total of $13,000 over 4 years.

You can download the application here.

    LIN Media Minority Scholarship and Training Program (applications due March 31).  This program is available for sophmores and juniors and offers either one-year or two-years scholarships for up to $10,000 per year in addition to a paid internship. You can download the application and look at the criteria for the program at the linmedia website.
    Public Performance Scholarships.  These are available to out-of-state students and allow for in-state tuition costs.  You can get more information here.
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