All Department of Dance Scholarships Application

Apply using this application to be considered for all Department of Dance scholarships. This one application provides the applicant multiple scholarship considerations if they are eligible based on the eligibility and criteria of each scholarship below. You can view their eligibility by looking at each opportunity’s description in AcademicWorks. The following scholarships provide financial assistance to Brockport students who are in the Department of Dance at SUNY Brockport:

  • Brockport Dancers Against Racism Scholarship
  • Susan S. Collier Dance Scholarship
  • Bill Evans Award for Embodied Scholarship
  • Ernestine Ford Graduate Scholarship in Dance
  • Friends of Brockport Dance Scholarship
  • Nat Goodhartz Award
  • Payton Choreographic Award
  • Pylyshenko-Strasser Graduate Dance Award
  • Rose L. Strasser Dance Award

Dancers should also consider applying separately for

  1. the Jacques and Dawn Lipson Award in Visual, Performing or Creative Arts Opportunity. This Award is open to dance majors and is a separate “apply-to” opportunity in AcademicWorks.
  2. the Department of Dance Experiential Learning Funds Application. This is a separate “apply-to” opportunity similar to this application that allows dancers to apply for funding to participate in professional level workshops or advanced level study, to attend professional auditions, or to participate in festivals and workshops approved by the College for the summer or an experience in the next academic year. This opportunity annually accepts applications starting on March 1st

Eligible dancers, especially those who are a double major with Exercise Science, will be auto-matched for the Jocelyn A. Reed Memorial Scholarship.

Dance Opportunities, School of Arts and Sciences Opportunities
Supplemental Questions
  1. Describe your biggest accomplishment and/or success related to dance, in this past year.
  2. Identify how you provide service to the department above and beyond course requirements.
  3. Spanning the past year, list any of your choreographic work(s) that were presented in a department supported concert and identify which concert.
  4. Describe your involvement with dance science (course or related extracurricular activities).
  5. How does Laban, Bartenieff, and/or somatic studies influence your creative or scholarly work?