Apply online for your Theatre Scholarship


(Fine Arts Talent Award for Theatre Arts)

Students who attend Marian University demonstrating outstanding abilities and who commit to be active participants in the Marian University Theatre program are eligible for this talent award. This award varies based on the level of commitment of the recipient and position openings within the Theatre for the current season and is renewable each year.

The scholarship requirements:

  • Participate in Department of Theatre main stage productions (2/year)

  • Attend all rehearsals, performances, and work calls to contribute to the success of the ensemble

  • Participate in the the following courses earning a "C" or higher: THE 110, 120, and 231


  • Prospective students who have been accepted to Marian University.

  • Apply for an audition/portfolio review. Auditions held by appointment.

  • Letter of recommendation from your HS Theatre Director (or appropriate substitute). 

The deadline to apply is December 1.

Apply online for the Theatre Scholarship. If you have questions or interest in this scholarship after the deadline has passed, please contact Ben Tebbe, Director of Theatre.

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