Theatre Scholarship Auditions
The application for admission to the Fall 2018 semester at the University of Mount Union will be available in July 2017. Beginning in early fall of 2017, audition reservation forms for students admitted to the Fall 2018 semester will be available. The Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship audition dates for students admitted to the 2018 incoming class are as follows:
- Saturday, November 4, 2017
- Monday, January 15, 2018 (MUSIC AND THEATRE ONLY)
- Saturday, February 17, 2018
- Monday, February 19, 2018
- Saturday, February 24, 2018 (MARCHING BAND AND CHOIR ONLY)
The Department of Theatre offers half-tuition scholarships to incoming students who will major in theatre. There is also a blended scholarship available for students double majoring in both music and theatre.
These highly competitive scholarships are renewable for up to eight semesters and will be given to students who demonstrate a high level of competency and future promise in the field of theatre. In addition, other scholarships, which range from $1,000-$5,000 will be given to incoming students who demonstrate talent in their area of interest and show promise as a productive member of the theatre department. All awards are based upon meeting terms set by the faculty.
To compete for these scholarships, performers will present an audition, and designers and technicians will present their portfolio for review. Students with multiple areas of interest may compete as performers and designers/technicians. All students competing for a scholarship will interview with the theatre faculty. Auditions and reviews for these awards are open to both theatre majors and non-majors who have been admitted to the University.
All scholarships are talent-based and offered regardless of financial need.
We encourage you to think seriously about your major strength in the area of visual and performing arts. Students are permitted to audition for only one scholarship. Mount Union offers visual and performing arts scholarships in art, music, theatre, and a blended scholarship for students majoring in both music and theatre.
Contact Adina Haught, administrative assistant, Visual and Performing Arts