THE MUSE SCHOLAR PROGRAM HAS A NEW HOME!
The Muse Scholar Program celebrates it’s new home, alongside the Office of the Arts, at the Zankel Arts Hub with a ribbon cutting ceremony. (L-R) Dara Meyers-Kingsley, Esther Ko, Muse senior Teresa Sadowska (who spoke at the ribbon cutting), and
Arts Ambassador, Macy Rajacich.
The Muse Scholar Program is one of several four-year scholarship programs at Hunter College for incoming freshmen who demonstrate high academic achievement and potential. Specifically aimed at artistically talented and academically strong students, the Muse Scholar Program helps undergraduates take advantage of Hunter’s exceptional arts programs, faculty and resources.
In addition to financial support, these programs create a supportive learning community among the scholars and provide students with unique academic experiences, residential housing, and extracurricular opportunities that help them get the most out of their college years.
Applicants to the Muse Program should demonstrate significant interest and/or achievement in one or more of the following arts disciplines: visual arts (studio arts and/or art history), music, dance, theatre, film & media and creative writing. Muse Scholars explore and engage in the arts through several specially designed, shared courses during their freshman and sophomore years and events that take advantage of New York’s rich cultural offerings.
Muse Scholars receive a significant tuition award and preferred access to residential housing and housing aid. Muse Scholars also have a dedicated faculty mentor and academic advisors to help them succeed at Hunter, including guidance on internships and other opportunities.
Click here to learn how to be considered for the Muse Scholar Program.