of Artwork or Performances
Scholarship providers that award scholarships based on a students’
artistic or athletic talents will most likely want to see
samples of their artwork or performances. If you have to submit
copies of your artwork, performances, or writing samples,
the most important thing to remember is to follow the application’s
instructions on how to submit these materials.
For example: If the scholarship application requests a
5-minute cassette tape and you send a 10-minute CD, your
application may be disqualified, because you did not follow
the instructions. If you have any questions about how to
prepare your documents, contact the scholarship provider
If you are applying for a performing arts award for music,
drama, theater, dance, etc., the scholarship provider may
require an audition to assess your skills. It is important
that you understand and adhere to the audition’s requirements.