The Jacob Rothenberg Award for Excellence in Art History
The annual awards is to be given to a graduate or undergraduate art student who has demonstrated satisfactory performance in all of his or her art courses. The award will be given for a minimum of $500.00.
Therese Ralston McCabe Connor Awards
(undergraduate and graduate)
Scholarships for the study of art, normally applicable against tuition charges. Students are eligible for up to four semesters of support. Applicants must maintain a 3.00 average and have no outstanding incompletes at the time of application. Art history students must submit two papers with abstracts. Applications are reviewed once per semester for use in the following semester. Deadlines for spring and fall semester applications are typically late October and late March. In addition, there is a summer travel award cycle, the deadline for which is typically mid-April. Preliminary review of undergraduate applications is made by the Art Department Awards Committee, graduate applications by the Graduate Committee and by the art history faculty, depending upon the applicant's area of specialization. Amounts of awards, which vary, are determined by the Executive Committee.