Cornell students tour Luce Gallery to view student art.

If you have a strong interest in art, you should apply for our stackable (up to $5,000) Cornell College Art Scholarship before March 1. 

Cornell College Art Scholarship eligibility requirements

Any Cornell College student is eligible, even if you don't participate in the Department of Art and Art History or take art courses. Many Art Scholarship recipients do take courses and remain involved with department activities.

Steps for eligibility Deadline
Complete your admissions application and be admitted to Cornell College.
Complete our fine arts scholarship application. March 1
Submit your art portfolio. March 1

Portfolio guidelines

Art Scholarship portfolio guidelines
Submit via email attachments or through an online portfolio service.
Submit high-quality photos in JPEG format.
Submit 5-15 pieces of your work. 
Include the title, medium, and dimensions of each piece of art. 

Art Scholarship renewal

You can renew your Art Scholarship annually (up to four years) as long as you maintain satisfactory academic progress with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. 

Get started

What do you do next? If you haven't completed your Cornell application yet, start that as soon as possible. If you have completed your application, great! We just need to know that you are interested in pursuing this opportunity. Good luck!