Study-In-USA: 2023| University of La Verne Scholarships for Undergraduates

University of La Verne offers a renewable scholarship for international students to study in California, USA.

The University of La Verne will offer two $31,000 per year scholarships in each of the six available academic programs.

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Scholarship Summary

  • Host Country: USA
  • Study Abroad: Study in USA
  • Category: Undergraduate Scholarships
  • Eligible Countries: All Countries
  • Reward: $31,000 per year
  • Deadline: February 1, 2023

Scholarship Details:

Scholarships are renewable annually up to four years of undergraduate study based on the student’s academic progress and participation in their performance scholarship area. Students are strongly encouraged to apply for state and federal financial aid in addition to this scholarship.

The scholarships are available in each of the six areas of visual and performing arts:

  • Communications (film and television production)
  • Music (voice or instrument)
  • Photography
  • Rhetoric and Communication Studies (debate)
  • Studio Art (any media)
  • Theater (performance or design)

Scholarship Requirements:

To be considered for the scholarship, you must:

  • Be an international student
  • Be a fully admitted graduating high school seniors
  • Apply under one performance area
  • Set up your admission portal before having access to the Supplemental Application

Scholarship Duration and Reward

  • The Scholarship period will run for the maximum of 4 years
  • Successful applicants receive $31,000 per year ($124,000 total for 4 years)

Required Documents

To apply, candidates must be ready to submit the following documents;

  • Application Form (to be completed online)
  • Performance Scholarship Recommendation (You may upload this to your application portal after application submission or request your recommender to email it to admission@laverne.edu)
  • One-page resume (detailing your work related to the performance scholarship area for which you are applying)

Application Requirements

  • Complete and submit the required documents above.
  • Area Specific Requirements (You may upload these to your application portal after application submission)
  • Please note: If you choose to submit a test score for admission consideration, the December ACT/SAT will be the last test date that will be honored to be reviewed for admission into the university for performance scholarship applicants.
  • Each department and/or the Dean’s Office will notify applicants of the interview and selection process by mid-February 2023.
  • Applicants are required to major or minor in the performance area. Please refer to Area Specific Requirements.
  • Applicants may only apply under one performance area.
  • Recipients must enroll full-time at the University of La Verne and continuously attend while maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0.
  • Applicants are required to be fully admitted graduating high school seniors, eligible transfer students, or international students.
  • Applications and paperwork received after February 1, 2023 will not be accepted.

Method of Application

Each department and/or the Dean’s Office will notify applicants of the interview and selection process by mid-February 2023.

Applicants should only apply under one performance area.

The application deadline for Performance Scholarships is February 1, 2023

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