Broadcast & Cinematic Arts Special Talent Scholarships
Broadcast and Cinematic Arts majors are eligible to apply for scholarships that recognize their abilities and achievements in the classroom and in the department's cocurricular facilities.
The scholarships are competitively awarded on an annual basis, with applications accepted in March for the following year.
Typically, scholarships are given for a complete academic year (Fall and Spring semesters). Winners are eligible to compete for a renewal of their awards in subsequent years.
Scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria:
- demonstrated intent to complete a BCA major
- minimum 3.0 grade point average in BCA coursework
- minimum 2.5 grade point in all college coursework
- significant and positive current involvement in one or more of the following department cocurricular activities:
- Moore Hall Television
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- specified plan of continued involvement in department cocurricular activities for the year in which the scholarship is to be used
Dollar amount of the BCA Special Talent Scholarships varies from year-to-year based on the number of winners selected for that year by the department faculty.
Mail or Hand Deliver Completed Application To:
School of Broadcast & Cinematic Arts
340 Moore Hall, Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48859
Broadcast & Cinematic Arts Endowed Scholarships
The school offers five endowed scholarships: the Jeffrey Ray Vernon Memorial Scholarship, the Kelly Fitzpatrick and Bruce Wood Memorial Scholarship,Susan Rozman Delia Scholarship, Fausto and Gladys Fernandez Scholarship
and the Wilbur E. Moore Scholarship. Some of these recognitions are awarded in alternate years.
Criteria for these grants are similar to those for the Special Talent Scholarships. Students must have established a successful classroom and co-curricular record in BCA before applying. Applications are accepted in March for the following year and are available in the BCA office, 340 Moore Hall.
BEA Scholarship Opportunities