When applying to MSU and indicating your intended major, you will automatically be considered for a variety of merit-based scholarships offered by MSU and the College of Arts and Letters.
Award of our departmental scholarships is contingent on admission to MSU, and can be based on high academic performance and evidence of financial need. If submitted, art and design portfolios or writing samples may also be used in consideration for some awards.
We invite MSU applicants who intend to major in Apparel & Textiles, Graphic Design, or Studio Art to apply for our scholarships by submitting their portfolios by December 15th, 2019 HERE.
Students intending to major in Art History and Visual Culture may apply for scholarships by submitting and application and essays by January 15th, 2020 HERE.
Educational assistance is available to students in many forms, including:
Assistance might be awarded by the federal or state government, the university or private sources such as employers and community organizations.
MSU recommends that all students complete the application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. For more information on financial aid we encourage you to visit MSU's Office of Financial Aid.