ARCH Creative Project Scholarship
- All recipients must maintain good academic standing in the Honors College.
Students who have temporary legal status from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) will not be eligible to receive direct institutional aid and thus may not accept this scholarship. Students must have an aid eligible status to receive FIU based aid.
- If the awarded student drops out of good standing, or drops out of the Honors College, they will be held financially liable for returning scholarship funds, and the cost of the scholarship will be added to their financial aid account.
- Acceptance of this scholarship can affect your financial aid. The student will be held responsible for obtaining information from the Office of Financial Aid regarding how this scholarship can affect future aid disbursement. The Honors College is not liable for any loss of financial aid due to the awarding of this scholarship.
- The Honors College Scholarship Advisor must approve all selected students to determine final eligibility.
- Students are encouraged to request funding from other sources, such as SGA.
PROJECTS WILL BE EVALUATED BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
The creative significance and merit of the project, which includes the:
- Innovation of the proposed artistic/creative project.
- Potential to enhance the current state of knowledge about the value and impact of the arts on the nation, whether on individuals or communities.
- Uniqueness of the methodology and approach.
- Appropriateness of the proposed performance measurements. That is, how will the impact of the project be measured?
- Plans for timely reporting and dissemination of the project results, including distribution strategies to make the project accessible to the public.
- Ability to carry out the project based on such factors as the appropriateness of the budget, the quality and clarity of the project goals and design, the resources involved.
- Up to $1,000
- Supplemental Questions
- Project Summary
- Background Information
- Social, Cultural, Philosophical Issues
- Expected Outcomes
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