Theatre Performance Scholarships
One of the most challenging pieces of advice that I am asked to give my graduating theatre students is what college or acting school is the best choice for continuing their theatre education. Many times my first choice is SFCC.
The students I have sent to SFCC have many advantages over four year schools. On average, they perform in two shows a year (sometimes more) while at four year colleges and universities they are "earning" their way to perform their junior or senior year.
Under the direction of Eric Yazell and Tim Wells they are getting top notch training in acting, technical theatre and self discipline.The theatre facility is one of the best in the state, and the shows rival most productions at major colleges and universities. Many disregard the community college as a viable option for a young theatre hopeful. I personally feel it is one of the best choices out there! And the best community college in the state for theatre is State Fair Community College.
~Marilyn Mann - Speech/Theatre Monett High School
Theatre Performance Scholarship
This scholarship is open to ALL majors. Applicants do NOT have to be theatre majors to apply.
- A graduating high school senior or returning non-traditional student with a high school diploma or GED
- Minimum high school GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale
- Must be hard-working, ethical, and dedicated theatre participant
- Willingness and determination to produce a professional theatrical product; You do NOT have to be a Theatre major
- Complete Scholarship Application
- Complete SFCC Admission Application
- Two reference letters
- High School Transcripts
- ACT/SAT or SFCC COMPASS test
Theatre Arts Scholarship Application Form
- Acting Scholarships - present performance resume and perform two contrasting memorized monologues (maximum four minutes)
- Technical Scholarships - present resume and portfolio illustrating work in technical theatre
- short interview will follow the presentations