Tracie Noah Memorial Scholarship

Established in 1982, this endowed scholarship honors the memory of Tracie Noah, a former student in the Department of Art.


History:
The scholarship is made possible by contributions from friends, alumni, faculty, staff and the Noah family. Faculty, staff, alumni and friends recognize the importance of scholarships in encouraging students to aim for excellence. The generous gifts from individual members of these various groups allow us to provide financial support for students who have demonstrated superior achievements or skills, thereby encouraging their continued efforts and the overall atmosphere of vigorous research and creativity.
Criteria:
  • Senior majoring in painting
  • Primary consideration given to dedication to and potential for painting
  • Secondary consideration given to financial need
Apply:
All painting Art majors are automatically considered. If you are a finalist for this scholarship, you will be contacted in February to submit a three-piece portfolio in March. Any questions about Art scholarships should be directed to the department at 970 491 6774.