There is no separate application or separate deadline for scholarships. Applicants are evaluated for highest performance within the applicant pool using the Common Application. Applicants using Spring Transfer, Early Decision I & II, Early Action, Regular Decision, and Fall Transfer admission programs are considered for scholarships. All scholarships are renewable with satisfactory academic progress.
The University of the South invites students with exceptional promise to apply for a Fellowship in the Arts. The Fellowships in the Arts at Sewanee range in value from $5,000–$20,000 per year, renewable for four years. They are awarded to candidates with interests and accomplishments in visual studies, art history, film, dance, theatre, or music. Students selected for these fellowships will have the opportunity to dive more deeply into the life of the arts at Sewanee.
If you are interested in becoming a candidate, please apply for admission to Sewanee and complete your Common Application and the application for the Fellowship in the Arts. Portfolio items should be submitted by your chosen admission plan deadline.
To be considered for need based aid, families must submit both the FAFSA and the CSS profile. More information may be found at the following websites: Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the CSS Financial Aid PROFILE. The Fellowship in the Arts is not stackable with full-tuition awards such as the Benedict, Vice Chancellor, or Tuition Exchange awards.
Sewanee has partnered with RaiseMe to provide students a way to become more involved in their college application process. By creating a free RaiseMe account, students can begin earning microscholarship awards for working through Sewanee's application objectives. If admitted, RasieMe students' microscholarship amounts will be included in their financial aid package. Learn more about RaiseMe here, and add Sewanee today!