These scholarships cover partial costs of tuition. Generally, new students—whether first-year or transfers—receive priority in the awarding of tuition scholarships by the Arts Technology Program. For incoming students these scholarships are based on evaluations of your academic potential, your previous achievement and your potential for success. These scholarships are renewable, on a semester-by-semester basis, for up to four years so long as the student continues to meet the scholarship criteria and policies of the Arts Technology Program.
These scholarships cover partial costs of tuition or fees. Generally, they are granted to continuing Arts Technology students and are based upon academic achievement, and service to the program. They are granted for one semester, although students may reapply every year.
These scholarships are made available through the efforts of the Friends of the Arts organization. They are generally granted to continuing Arts Technology majors, who are evaluated on their academic achievement, and service to the program. They are granted for one semester, although students may reapply every year.
Those enrolled in an Illinois State University Arts Technology program are eligible to receive an monetary award on behalf of the Friends of the Arts. Those students who can demonstrate their scholarly performance may submit an application to the Arts Technology Office.
We employ several students to work in our computer labs. If you are interested in being a lab monitor, please contact our Lab Manager, Eric Yeager.
To be considered for federal, state, and institutional need-based programs, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA),which is a need-analysis form. For full consideration, the FAFSA should be submitted to the processor by the preferential filing date of March 1. Regardless of whether or not you think you are eligible to receive aid, you are strongly encouraged to complete the FAFSA.
The Financial Aid Office at Illinois State University is available to help you understand the application process, how eligibility is determined, and what financial aid programs are available.