December 1 or 3 from 4:00-7:00 p.m.
As a transfer student, we know you have distinct questions and objectives during your search for a new college home. Explore what USF has to offer and get your pre-enrollment steps accomplished all at one time.
You may schedule a virtual or in-person audition through Molly McGowan at 260-399-8064 or email@example.com.
In the fall and spring of each year, the Creative Arts hosts Talent Scholarship Day — giving you (if you’re a high school junior or senior or a college transfer student), the opportunity to have your work reviewed by professional Creative Arts faculty for talent scholarship consideration.
Depending on your art form, you can submit a portfolio or audition in person or in a live virtual session. Scholarships are awarded in the following areas:
You can also submit a digital portfolio for faculty review, please send an email with:
A Creative Arts faculty member will review your submission and make a scholarship recommendation to the office of Financial Aid. Please contact Molly McGowan, Creative Arts Coordinator, with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 260-399-8064.
Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be on file at USF and all requests for supporting documentation must be provided. Talent Scholarship recipients must:
The faculty reviews visual arts portfolios and makes evaluations based on the following criteria:
Your portfolio should have 12-15 works demonstrating two-dimensional (drawing, painting), three-dimensional (sculpture or ceramics) or any other media illustrating design ability.
Students can audition at the Ballet or virtually. The faculty reviews the performance audition and makes evaluations based on the following criteria that apply:
The audition on site will include participation in a class of 1½ to two hours in length. If you are auditioning virtually please prepare a solo of your choice, up to three minutes in a length.
Enrollment and scholarship opportunities for the USF Marching Pride are open to all students regardless of major. Audition requirements are similar to those listed for music technology scholarships: