Your unique creative vision could earn you a scholarship to attend FIDM. Open to all High School Seniors, Graduates, and College Transfer Students, FIDM’s National Scholarship Competition seeks creative thinkers with the potential to be creative leaders.
Showcase your talent as you demonstrate a strong understanding of aesthetics and the ability to push your creative limits. These FIDM Scholarships are an investment in the future of our students, the next generation of solution-oriented creative leaders, entrepreneurs, and trendsetters.
There are seven (7) categories. To enter, you submit a project according to the guidelines set within each category:
A Winner and three top Finalists from each category are chosen based on creativity, thoughtfulness, presentation, and promise.* Winners for next year's competition will be notified in July 2015 and will also be featured in our Scholarship Winners' Gallery.
Sample past projects:
Congratulations to the 2014 National Scholarship Competition Winners and Finalists! Get the full list of winners and finalists here.View our National Scholarship Competition Winner Galleries
* All Entrants MUST be either a U.S. Citizen or have Permanent Resident status. The competition is not open to current or former FIDM Students. FIDM reserves the right not to award the scholarship in any of the categories if none of the submitted entries fulfill the criteria outlined in the Project Guidelines. The full, one-year scholarships include tuition, fees, books, and most supplies. If a student is eligible for additional scholarships and/or state or federal grants, those sums will be applied to the student's tuition and this FIDM Scholarship will cover the balance of the student's first year. The student is responsible to pay Application Fees. This scholarship amount may be disbursed in either one or more quarters to the student's FIDM account. The scholarship is applied to tuition and fees only and has no cash value. It can be applied only to FIDM tuition and fees that are charges in the student's name and while the student is in attendance. This scholarship is non-renewable and non-transferable.