Scholarships and Fellowships

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The School of Arts and Humanities has funding opportunities available to students directly through the School.

  Year Application Deadline
Arts and Technology Scholarship 2014-2015 Download Form March 15, 2012
Eligibility Criteria: Incoming or current undergraduate ATEC and EMAC majors who are or will be enrolled full-time (12 hours). Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA to qualify.
The Arts & Technology Scholarship is funded by the Metroplex Technology Business Council 2008 Tech Titan Award and the Greater Texas Foundation. The award will be a total of $2000 for one year towards tuition, or $1000 per Fall and Spring semester. All pplications are due no later than March 15, 2012.
The Robert Plant Armstrong Fellowship 2014-2015 Download Form March 10, 2014
The privately-endowed Armstrong Fund permits the School of Arts and Humanities at UTD to award a few modest fellowships to graduate students each academic year. In contrast to teaching assistantships, which involve part-time work for the school and are based solely on students' academic record, these awards are based on financial need as well as academic merit. Thus, applicants must provide the fellowship committee information on their incomes as well as estimated expenses. More
Belofsky Fellowships in Holocaust Studies 2011-2012 Download Form July 5, 2011
The Edward and Wilhelmina Ackerman Foundation created the Belofsky Fellowship to develop the next generation of Holocaust educators. Belofsky Fellows have the opportunity to pursue doctoral studies under the supervision of Dr. Zsuzsanna Ozsvath or Dr. Nils Roemer, both of whom teach and pursue research at the Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies. Award is made by a faculty committee through a competitive application process.
Bryce and Jonelle Jordan Scholarship Fund 2014-2015 Application March 19, 2014
The Bryce and Jonelle Jordan Scholarship Fund was established in 1981 to support undergraduate music students at the University of Texas at Dallas. Bryce Jordan, flutist and musicologist, was the first President of UT Dallas. It has since been extended, with Dr. Jordan's approval, to provide financial support for undergraduate students in any of the creative and performing arts. More
Robert S. Nelsen Scholarship in Creative Writing
In 2008, UT Dallas President David Daniel established the Robert S. Nelsen Scholarship in Creative Writing to honor former vice provost Robert Nelsen's decades of service to UT Dallas students and staff. The $25,000 endowment will provide funds for a small grant awarded biennially to an entering graduate student who is dedicated to creative writing.
Gavin R. G. Hambly Scholarship
A $1,000 scholarship in honor of the late, distinguished historian of the Middle East and Mughal India and beloved professor of Historical Studies. Historical Studies majors with a GPA of 3.5 or higher are eligible. A student can become a candidate by application or by nomination by a faculty member in Arts and Humanities. The deadline for applications/nominations is in October. The recipient is announced in November.