This scholarship in Art Education bears the names of the Donors’ families and was established with the intent of honoring their contributions and unwavering commitment, demonstrated in both words and in deeds, towards teaching and their belief in the significance of education that these families valued so highly.  


  • Be an undergraduate student applying in the junior year and pursuing a degree in Art Education
  • Maintain a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA
  • Demonstrate great talent, excellent skills, and a strong commitment towards teaching of the visual arts in a school environment by submitting a written application during the spring semester of the junior year
  • Post to your on-line portfolio the following 3 items for consideration: a short essay (approx. 1 typewritten page) answering the following question: "Why do you wish to become a teacher? Please include your philosophy on education"; a portfolio of work as an art student at CSU; or, one sample lesson plan.