Scholarship & Grant in Aid Applications
- Select the link for the Grant-In-Aid you wish to apply for from the list below.
- Completed application(s) need to be returned to the Department of Theatre and Film, 212 Wolfe Center, Bowling Green, OH 43403. All reference sheets need to be returned to this office no later than Friday, January 26th, 2018.
- Call (419) 372-2222 to register for your interview/audition time. Audition/Interview date is Saturday, February 3rd, 2018.
- You do not need to be a theatre or film major to apply for our Department Grant In Aid
THE EVA MARIE SAINT SCHOLARSHIP IN THEATRE
The Eva Marie Saint Scholarship in Theatre is awarded annually to an incoming freshman who posses exceptional talent in theatre. The award amount is based upon the annual interest generated from the endowment and is governed by the following criteria: The award shall be nonrenewable and limited to one recipient per year. The selection shall be made by the Scholarship/Grant-in-aid committee through audition in February in the Department of Theatre and Film. All applicants must apply through the university wide scholarship site, as well as completing the Department of Theatre and Film application in order to be considered. Links to both applications are below. Applications can either be mailed to the following address: Bowling Green State University, Department of Theatre and Film, 212 Wolfe Center, Bowling Green, OH 43403-0001, or drop off in person at the department front desk. Deadline for application and recommendations is Friday, January 26th, 2018.
Eva Marie Saint Scholarship Application
JOE E. BROWN AWARD
This non-renewable monetary award is given annually to a full-time graduate, masters, or transfer student who is in good academic standing. This student needs to be pursuing a degree within the Department of Theatre and Film while also exercising involvement and interest in stage productions on campus. The $250 award is applicable during the Fall term.
2018-19 BRAVO GRANT-IN-AID SCHOLARSHIPS
The Department of Theatre and Film Grant-in-aid program provides financial support for gifted students participating in the areas of acting, technical theatre and film. Grant-in-aid is a financial award given to an individual on a competitive basis in exchange for significant supervised participation in the department's production program. The amount of financial awards varies from year to year. You do not have to be a theatre or film major to receive grant-in-aid.
Grant-in-aid auditions/interviews will be held on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 for the following academic year. Information and application forms are available on line as well as in the THFM Department 0ffice, 212 Wolfe Center. Applications must be completed and returned to the office by Friday, January 26th, 2018.