Creative Arts Workshop is committed to making its classes available to the broadest possible audience and is pleased to be able to offer financial assistance to make the arts more available to more people. We thank the generous donors who make this possible, and are grateful to our Scholarship Committee for their generosity of time and commitment to this program.
Financial assistance decisions are based on both available funding and student need. Funding permitting, we offer partial coverage of tuition for a class or a full scholarship (see below for scholarship opportunities), by semester. Consideration for assistance is first given to those who have not previously received aid from CAW and to those who can show greatest financial need. Application for assistance does not guarantee an award.
Your application will be reviewed by CAW’s Scholarship Committee and scored based on need. You will be notified no later than September 10th if you have received an award. Unused awards cannot be transferred to another term.
Forms are available here or from the registrar.
Click here to download a Financial Aid application for Adults.
Click here to download a Financial Aid application for Young People.
Deadline for Applications for the Fall 2018 term is August 24, 2018. Incomplete applications and applications received after the deadline cannot be considered.
Full scholarship for a term for an adult or child who has an interest in exploring the arts.
Merry Jane Kravitt Memorial Scholarship
Full scholarship for two terms for students who show outstanding potential in any category. Selection based on need, talent, and sincerity of purpose. An interview and review of applicant’s work are required.
Ann P. and Albert Lehman Scholarship
Full cost for one term in sculpture. An interview and review of applicant’s work may be requested.
Deborah Weaver Scholarship
Full scholarship for a term for child based on need, talent and sincere interest.
Disabled Students Scholarship
Full scholarship for a term for disabled adult or child that is disabled. Applicants are encouraged to contact the registrar in advance of application to discuss the class and accommodations that may be needed.
Are you interested in setting up a scholarship fund, or making a gift to our general financial assistance fund? Help us offer arts instruction to those who many not be able to afford it. Contact our development office at email@example.com to find out more.