The department offers fellowships to highly-qualified full-time art majors. In exchange for in-state tuition, the fellowship students work 15 hrs/week (225 hrs/semester) in the following areas: photography studio, ceramic studio, the Visual Resource Center, or the Museum of Art. Current students apply during the spring semester for the following academic year.
This fund provides support to art majors enrolled in a University approved study abroad program in Italy who have a scholarly interest and solid level of accomplishment in the study of art or art history.
This scholarship provides assistance to a junior or senior BFA candidate in recognition of achievement, talent, and commitment to excellence in the visual arts. The primary criteria for selection of a recipient is demonstrated talent in the visual creative arts.
This scholarship provides assistance to a junior or senior art major with a demonstrated concentration in woodworking or furniture making. If there is no eligible student, the award may be given to a student with a demonstrated concentration in sculpture.
The 1975 bequest of Elizabeth Jones, '22, of Milton, N. H., generates scholarships for either juniors, seniors, or graduate students, one male and one female, unmarried, studying in the Fine Arts. New Hampshire residents interested in creative writing or teaching receive preference.
This prize provides an award to a promising junior or senior studio or fine arts major with preference given to a student with exhibited native artistic talent and proven goal of the pursuit of a career in art. This award was established in memory of Grant Carlson who was an art major at UNH.
Department of Art and Art History | Phone (603) 862-2190 | Fax (603) 862-2191
Paul Creative Arts Center | 30 Academic Way | Durham, NH 03824