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SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition

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About This Scholarship

The SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition is an annual scholarship program organized by the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). It is designed to recognize and reward exceptional artistic talent in high school students. The competition allows students to showcase their skills and creativity in various areas of art and design.

Winners of the SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition can receive scholarships towards their tuition at SCAD. The scholarship amount may vary depending on the competition level and the student’s chosen program of study. In addition to scholarships, participants may also have the opportunity to attend workshops, receive feedback on their work, and interact with SCAD faculty and students.

Eligibility Criteria For SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition

The SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition is an annual competition hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). The eligibility criteria for the SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition may vary slightly from year to year, but here are some general guidelines:

  • High School Students: The SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition is typically open to high school students who are in their senior year or equivalent.
  • International Students: The competition is often open to both domestic and international students. However, it is essential to check the specific rules and regulations for each competition year, as there may be some restrictions or additional requirements for international applicants.
  • Creative Discipline: The SCAD Challenge Scholarship Competition typically covers various creative disciplines, such as art, design, fashion, animation, photography, architecture, and more. The competition may have specific categories or themes for different disciplines, so students should select the appropriate category that aligns with their area of interest.
  • Evaluation Criteria: Entries are usually judged based on creativity, technical skill, originality, and the demonstration of artistic potential. The judges may assess the submitted artwork or creative projects based on their visual impact, concept development, craftsmanship, and overall artistic merit.
  • Deadline: The competition has a specific submission deadline that all applicants must adhere to. Late submissions are typically not accepted.

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