The Hoffman Center for the Arts is assisting students in covering participating fees for classes or workshops offered by them. The scholarship program is made available for adults over 18 years of age who reside within a 50-mile radius of the HCA. Applicants interested in this program must also demonstrate financial needs to be considered for the funds.
The purpose behind introducing these scholarship funds for students is to assist them in covering up the fees required to join the workshops and classes. The Hoffman Center for the Arts has set different levels of funds in which students can decide their own. Recipients will get sufficient funds to pay for any of the workshops or classes of their choice.
The Hoffman Center for the Arts is a well-known place for artists, writers, musicians, and creators of all kinds. It’s for people curious about art and culture, who are looking for immersive experiences. Also, it’s for those who are dedicated to learning and connecting to their creative spirit and their community. And it’s for people who enjoy soaking up the artistic expression of their north Oregon coast neighbours. Its mission is to make a place for north Oregon coast residents and visitors to create, explore, and enjoy arts and culture.
Students must refer to the table below for more details about the scholarship program:
|Organization||Hoffman Center for the Arts|
|Educational Level||Students over 18|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
Who May Be Eligible?
Applicants must meet up with the given criteria before applying:
- Open for adults over 18 years of age
- Candidates must reside within a 50-mile radius of the HCA to apply.
- Criteria for selection are financial needs.
How to Apply
Hoffman Center for the Arts is accepting applications for the scholarship program through an online application form. Qualified Students who find the scholarship helpful can fill out an online application form. Applicants will be asked to mention some necessary information to make their applications a complete one.
The scholarship fund will award up to the full amount of the tuition, which depends on the number of applications received in the given period and the available funds. For partial scholarships, recipients will be responsible for paying the remainder of the tuition, along with any other costs, such as materials, travel, accommodations, and meals that are not included in the workshop fee. Funds will be made payable to the HCA class or workshop registrar. Funds are limited to one per person, per calendar year.
The complete scholarship applications are accepted, reviewed, and awarded by the Scholarship Committee throughout the workshop season. Students must submit a complete application form at least 14 days before starting the class or workshop.