The purpose of the Baroni Family Dance Entrepreneurship Grant is to recognize an outstanding student in the PSU dance community who has significant potential for future leadership and to enable them to accomplish a professional-level project that furthers their career and/or contribution to the field of dance through a grant of at least $1,000.00.
Applicants for the Baroni Family Dance Entrepreneurship Grant must be juniors or seniors in good academic standing who engage academically and artistically in the Plymouth State University Dance Division which is defined as a dance minor, Dance Team member, Contemporary Dance Ensemble participant, and/or Interdisciplinary Degree candidate.
The student applicants must submit a Dance Entrepreneurial Proposal that:
1. Outlines proposed project in writing
(d) Target Audience
(f) Project Time/Date Schedule
2. Summarizes an outreach component (workshop, class, lecture, performance etc.) for the community (PSU and other) to be facilitated one year from the date of gift received.
The most deserving student shall be one who is engaged in dance related service to campus and community and has a strong proposal for artistic engagement and practice. The precise timeline and selection process will be determined by the dance faculty who constitute a scholarship selection committee. The selected recipient of the grant shall be approved by the Director of Dance in advance of being notified.
This endowment provides scholarship(s) for students majoring in music. Awards will be based on need and/or merit. The MTD department selection committee shall make the annual award.
The purpose of this designated fund is to provide scholarship assistance to students who are Music and Music Education majors in the PSU Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance and who are in their sophomore, junior, or senior years. Preference should be given to students from the Lisbon area with a priority on financial need and then on merit.
This endowment funds scholarships for worthy students majoring in Music. Recipients are chosen by a committee. No application process is required.
This endowment funds scholarships for students majoring in Music Education. The scholarship is based on merit, with consideration given to financial need. Recipients are chosen by a committee. No application process is required.
The purpose of this endowed scholarship is to provide scholarships to students majoring in music. The award is based on financial need, talent and service to the department of music and theatre. The music and theatre department faculty will select the recipients.
The purpose of this endowed scholarship is to provide scholarships to students majoring in theatre. The award is based on financial need, talent and service to the department of music and theatre. The music and theatre department faculty will select the recipients.
This endowment honors Bernice Goodwin Spaulding and, in her memory, funds scholarships for worthy students enrolled in the music education curriculum. The scholarship awards, based on merit with consideration given to financial need, are granted to outstanding individuals having an academic average of 3.0 or better. Recipients are chosen by a committee. No application process is required.
The Scholarship is created from gifts received from friends and supporters of the Pemi Choral Society, the Department, and Bob and Margot Swift on the occasion of the Swifts’ retirement from the Pemi Choral Society after their December 2011 performances.
Eligible students shall be majors in the music or music education, in good academic standing, and have demonstrated service to the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance and to the wider community. Candidates for the Scholarship will be identified by the faculty of the Department. The amount awarded and the number of student recipients of the Scholarship will be determined by the chair of the Department based on the payout available as directed by the USNH. The established scholarship selection committee of the Department shall determine the most appropriate application and selection process based on the stated criteria. Should no candidates meet the criteria or be deemed worthy, the funds shall be retained for awarding the following semester or academic year, according to the selection committee’s discretion, to a commensurate number of students.
The purpose of The Michael L. Trimpi ’92 Endowment for Performance Studies Talent Grants is to provide financial support for deserving students at Plymouth State University who are majors in the Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance, who are enrolled in Performance Studies coursework, and have documented financial need.
The Trimpi Talent Grants will be awarded by a selection committee comprised of music faculty members and under the supervision of the chair of the Department of Music, Theater and Dance. The selection from the pool of eligible students shall be based on 1) talent in musical performance, 2) identifiable potential for growth in the context of Performance Studies coursework, and 3) demonstrated dedication to developing performance skills.
This endowment honors the memory of Professor Roi M. White and, in his memory, provides scholarships for worthy undergraduate students majoring in theatre arts. The selection is based upon academic achievement as well as the degree and quality of participation in theatre-related activities and contributions to Plymouth State University theatre. Recipients are chosen by a committee. No application process is required.
* Students who would like to be considered for scholarships that identify financial need as a criteria will need to complete the Federal Financial Aid Application before the March 1 deadline. Academic and Non-Academic Departments offering scholarships collaborate with the Financial Aid Office, therefore, it is imperative that students comply with PSU policy. Please contact the Financial Aid Office for further assistance.
A student must be enrolled as a full time student at PSU to be eligible to receive scholarship awards listed on this page.