Dorothy Sainsbury-Steinmetz Memorial Theatre and Arts Management Scholarship
Professor Dorothy Sainsbury-Steinmetz served Carroll University from 1956 until 1973 as professor of drama and brought renewed acclaim to the drama program. She was the first woman to graduate with a Master of Fine Arts degree from The Yale University Drama School. Students, alumni and friends of the college have created a memorial fund to support students studying theatre at Carroll University.
The Dorothy Sainsbury-Steinmetz Memorial Scholarship Program
Carroll University offers The Dorothy Sainsbury-Steinmetz Memorial Theatre and Arts Management Scholarship awards to prospective students with a high level of achievement in theatre at the high school and/or community theatre level.
Conditions of Eligibility
Conditions of Competition
Please attach a current resume of your theatrical experience and a personal essay addressing your main interests in the theatre and arts management and why you are the perfect candidate for Theatre Arts Program at Carroll University. Essays must be 700-750 words, typed and double spaced, with 1-inch margins on all four sides of the page, using a 12-point Times New Roman or equivalent font.
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