California College of the Arts' (CCA) Diversity Scholarships
The California College of the Arts' (CCA) Graduate Program in Fine Arts seeks applicants from diverse social and cultural backgrounds to participate in an interdisciplinary pedagogic environment focused within and beyond the fine arts. To support the crucial role of students from various backgrounds in creating a rich dialog on the future of culture, Diversity Scholarships are offered each year to entering graduate students who bring diverse histories, experiences, ideas, and creative practices to the CCA community. The scholarships, in combination with other CCA scholarships, may cover up to $26,000 for the 2007–8 school year, and are renewable for the second year of full-time study.
CCA's Graduate Fine Arts Diversity Scholarships are awarded to support students who are from educationally disadvantaged or underrepresented backgrounds and have shown strong artistic and academic achievement, who have demonstrated leadership in service to community, or whose work focuses on issues of social or cultural diversity. Recipients are selected as part of the application review process.
For details about CCA's MFA in Fine Arts, please visit www.cca.edu/academics/mfafinearts.