Continuing Education Tuition Scholarships
Continuing eEducation strives to make arts learning opportunities accessible to students from all economic backgrounds. Whenever possible, we offer full-tuition scholarships to those demonstrating financial need.
“Existing in a lower-income family, it is difficult for interests and talents to be served or grown. Attending a class on scholarship offered our son not only a great experience, but also a place of pride knowing he was deserving of the opportunity.”
—Parent of Scholarship Recipient
Current Scholarship* Opportunities—Summer 2014
Scholarships provided by the Carolyn Foundation are available for young teens ages 12-14 (at the start of class) residing in Minneapolis proper. Browse our young teen classes.
Scholarships provided by the Coyne Foundation are available for teens ages 15-18 Portfolio Preparation class are also available. Browse our Portfolio Preparation classes.
Scholarship funds for all other ages, camps, and classes are depleted for summer 2014.
- Browse the above summer camps before submitting an application
- Complete an online scholarship application
Please note: As scholarships are not guaranteed to every applicant, families are unable to reserve spots in advance.
This is not a scholarship application for the Pre-College Summer Session.
Application and scholarship information for this three-week residential program can be found on the Pre-College Summer Session page.
*Scholarships cover 97% of class cost. Supply costs included on a case-by-case basis. Not valid for online or for-credit classes. Other restrictions will apply.
In addition to funding provided directly by MCAD Continuing Education, current scholarship opportunities have been generously funded by the following sponsors:
- Carolyn Foundation
- Coyne Foundation
- Minnesota State Arts Board
- Thomson Reuters
- William Boss Foundation
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.
Continuing Education would also like to thank its past sponsors:
- Best Buy Foundation
- David Winton Bell Foundation
- Gamble Skogmo
- Minnesota Office of Higher Education
- National Endowment for the Arts
- RBC Wealth Management
Additional Continuing Education Information