Sam Fox School Scholarships

Washington University offers academic scholarships to a limited number of outstanding students regardless of financial circumstances. These include:

James W. Fitzgibbon Scholarship (Architecture)

Each year, up to one full-tuition scholarship and five partial scholarships are awarded to first-year College of Architecture students who demonstrate outstanding academic performance and promise in the field of architecture. The scholarships are renewable for four years of undergraduate study, assuming the student maintains a satisfactory academic record.

Architecture applicants who wish to be considered for the Fitzgibbon Scholarship are required to submit a digital portfolio along with an Application for Academic Scholarships and Fellowships by 5p Central Time on January 15. You must select Architecture as your division on the Common Application.

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Conway and Proetz Scholarships (Art)

Each year, up to one full-tuition scholarship and five partial scholarships are awarded to first-year students in the College of Art whose artistic and academic potential is judged outstanding by a faculty selection committee. The scholarships are supported by two endowed funds: The Fred Conway Scholarship, established in memory of a distinguished professor of painting, and the Arthur and Esther Proetz Scholarship, established to honor the Proetzes' commitment to the arts. The scholarships are renewable for four years of undergraduate study, assuming the student maintains a satisfactory academic record.

Art applicants who wish to be considered for the Conway and Proetz Scholarships are required to submit portfolios by 5p Central Time on January 15. No special application form is needed; admission applications accompanied by digital portfolios will automatically be considered. You must select Art as your division on the Common Application.

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Other Academic Scholarships

In addition, students may apply for the following opportunities:

– Enterprise Holdings Scholars Program
– Entrepreneurial Scholars Program
– John B. Ervin Scholars Program
– Annika Rodriguez Scholars Program

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