Digital Media Arts College has a number of opportunities to help students fund their education. Below you will find brief descriptions of these opportunities. For further details on these scholarships, please contact the Admissions department at email@example.com or call 1-866-255-DMAC (3622).
This scholarship is for current, full-time undergraduate DMAC students seeking to pursue a graduate degree at DMAC who want to take their skills and careers to the next level.
EARLY DECISION SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is for high school seniors who are passionate about a future in digital arts and want to get an early start on their education and career. Students are able to begin a semester sooner and therefore graduate earlier.
This scholarship is for students who wish to enroll in a fully online program. A potential award of $5,000 toward an online associate's or master's will be awarded based on eligibility.
HIGH SCHOOL JUMPSTART SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is for high school juniors and seniors who enroll in DMAC’s High School Jumpstart program and meet certain eligibility requirements. This program lets participants get a “jumpstart” on their college classes and degree requirements before they graduate from high school.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION
DMAC holds an annual drawing competition for high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in digital arts. Scholarships awarded include one full undergraduate scholarship toward a bachelor's degree, as well as scholarships worth $20,000 and $15,000.
This scholarship is for students who are able to demonstrate their accomplishments within their particular skill sets. There are a variety of ways to qualify for this scholarship ranging from portfolio submissions to written essays. Please contact the admissions department for more information.
This $10,000 scholarship is for teachers who want to go back to school and take their teaching careers to the next level by earning an MFA in Graphic and Web Design or an MS in Web Design and Technology (Online).