Format: PowerPoint or Word Document saved as a PDF.Size: Individual images no larger than 150 dpi.
Content Per Slide:
PowerPoint Slide or Page #1Your NameYour email addressYour phone numberYour permanent address so we can notify you of results by letter.
PowerPoint Slide or Page #2Statement about your creative goals and interests in art making.
PowerPoint Slides or Pages #3 - #1210 images that illustrate your best work. On same slide or page include title or project name, size and medium.
PowerPoint Slides or Pages #13 & 14Slides that illustrate pages from your journal or sketchbook.
Save PowerPoint or Word Document as PDF and attach to email. In subject line type Dean's Portfolio Award.Send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline is midnight October 21, 2016.
For more information about the Department of Fine Arts go to www.winthrop.edu/cvpa/finearts/. To learn more about the day to day activities of the department go to the departmental blog at https://winthropfineartsmindset.wordpress.com/. If you have questions call Tom Stanley at 803/323-2653 or email email@example.com.
The scholarships awarded from the Dean's Digital Portfolio Competition are Dean's Merit Awards (DMS awards). They are for new students and are applicable to the first year of study.DMS awards are $500 to $1,000. Many out-of-state scholarships are available that can translate to a 50% tuition discount, and for out of state students are renewable each each year depending on GPA.
Please note that all applications for admission to the University and academic scholarship awards are reviewed by the Office of Admissions and the Financial Aid Office. To learn more about a variety of academic scholarship options at Winthrop, please go to Types of Financial Aid to see excellent opportunities for in-state and out-of-state students.To be considered for these academic scholarships however, theUniversity needs to receive your Winthrop Application by February 16, 2016. Students submitting applications after February 15, 2016 will be considered for academic scholarships if funds are available. A completed application includes: application form, application fee, official high school transcript, and SAT or ACT scores.
Approximately two weeks after the October 21, 2016 deadline for digital portfolios, a letter will be sent to all participants in the scholarship competition, informing them of the results.
*There are other scholarships available, which require portfolio-merit competition. These are the Endowed Scholarships, and are open to all majors in attendance. Competition is held annually in February or early March, and the scholarships are applicable for the next academic year.