Northwest College offers a variety of scholarships including a number of Art and Graphic Design program scholarships . For detailed information and online application visit Northwest College's Financial Aid and Scholarships web page.
The Art Department is proud to offer the following private donor scholarships, available exclusively for art and design students:
AGNES L. AAGARD ART SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
Available to freshmen or sophomore art and graphic design majors. Preference given to graduates of high schools in the Big Horn Basin. Must have a minimum 2.5 GPA and submit a portfolio of artwork with application.
DIANE E. BONNER MEMORIAL ART SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
Available to students who are majoring in art and graphic design.
FELL OSKINS SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
Available to full-time freshman art majors. First consideration given to students: 1) from the Big Horn Basin (Wyoming counties of Park, Big Horn, Hot Springs, and Washakie), 2) with a high school GPA of 3.0 or higher. Must submit completed application, portfolio of art work, and official copies of high school transcripts and ACT scores.
SETH DOTSON MEMORIAL ART SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
Available to deserving art and graphic design students to whom this scholarship can make a real difference in the attainment of academic and career goals.
VESTA EDMONDS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT
Available to freshmen and sophomore art and graphic design majors who are graduates of Powell High School. Desire and ability considered. Financial need is a consideration.
New students who want to be considered for a scholarship, must present a portfolio of original works to the faculty. We prefer to interview you and review your portfolio in person, but if you are unable to visit NWC campus you will still be considered for a scholarship. You may submit an electronic portfolio along with your online application.
Your portfolio is an important part of your scholarship application. The portfolio should showcase your best work, presented as professionally as possible. It will be evaluated on artistic and conceptual content, design and composition, technical skill, and creative potential. Submit 10-20 examples of your best and most recent work. Please note that we recommend several of these works to be observational drawings as part of your portfolio. Your portfolio, in general, may include classroom work, studio assignments, personal projects and/or sketchbook work.
Visual art or design pieces may be executed in any medium, in black and white or color, and may include, but are not limited to, drawing, painting, design, printmaking, collage, photography, ceramics, sculpture, or digital art.
Portfolios should be submitted in person during a campus visit. If you are not able to attend Scholarship Day, you may send a digital version of your portfolio with your scholarship application. All digital images must be saved as JPEGs and file size must be kept under 1 MB. You may compile your images into a PowerPoint presentation, but please keep it simple. You may upload your digital portfolio with your online scholarship application.