Scholarship Opportunities


Priority Deadline: February 20th

Extended Deadline: July 30th

The School of Art, Design and Creative Industries awards more than $120,000 in scholarships annually. We select students of creative excellence and academic distinction within the disciplines of art education, art history, graphic design and studio arts.

The Slideroom portal will prompt you to enter all required information, including the inclusion a portfolio of 8-12 images. A scholarship application portfolio may include school-related assignments and/or independent work in any medium on any subject, including 3D work, multiple pages of a series, sketchbook content, computer-based images, movies or animations. Please note that all ADCI undergraduate and graduate scholarship applications are online only. Work mailed or delivered to Wichita State will not be reviewed or returned.

If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact Levente Sulyok (


Audition Dates: November 23rd, February 1st, April 11th

Auditions are required for those students planning to major in music. Auditions are for program entrance and scholarships, and are open to all instrumental and vocal students who are high school seniors, transfer students, and graduate students.

Schedule an audition

performing arts

Application Deadline: February 1st

In October and February of each year, the School of Performing Arts considers all scholarship applications and reviews the eligibility of each student. Outstanding students are then selected to receive scholarships.

New students to the School of Performing Arts are required to audition or interview for scholarship consideration in Dance, Musical Theatre, or Theatre.

Apply now  Audition/Interview


Buck Scholarship  

The James and Catherine Buck Charitable Trust Scholarship is awarded to a student who:

  • Demonstrates financial need
  • Is enrolled full time and employed at least 8 hours off campus
  • Has a GPA between 2.5 and 3.5 at the time of first award

Other Resources

cfa advising

Academic Advisors can help you determine your scholarship options and opportunities in the College of Fine Arts. 


More information about the FAFSA and other scholarships through Wichita State University.


Scholarship Acceptance Form



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