Your gift of any amount for scholarships will transform the lives of deserving students.
With the mission of opening the door to a creative and productive life though a higher education in the arts, Kentucky School of Art at Spalding strives to include all types of students, respecting diversity while endorsing individual uniqueness and aptitude.
Your gift provides encouragement, motivation and opportunity for students to discover their own potential. Scholarships ensure that gifted and talented students have the chance to learn and make a positive impact on our world.
We urge you to donate to The Jean McCauley Brown Scholarship Fund at Spalding University
The Jean McCauley Brown Scholarship Fund at Spalding University has been established to benefit Spalding students majoring in Interdisciplinary Humanities with a concentration in Art. Within this curriculum, the majority of the student’s studio art courses will be provided by faculty of the Kentucky School of Art, serving as part time faculty of Spalding University.
The eligibility criteria for recipients of The Jean McCauley Brown Scholarship are:
- Spalding University FT student Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities with a concentration in art
- Financial need as determined by the FAFSA
- Merit, based on a portfolio review conducted by members of the Spalding University and Kentucky School of Art faculty
- Preference given to students who are residents of Kentucky
The Jean McCauley Brown Scholarship Fund provides tuition, books, and/or course fee expenses only, and will be awarded annually by the Spalding University Scholarship Committee, with merit recommendations from the portfolio review committee. The Scholarship is renewable so long as funds are available, if the recipient is deemed to be in good academic standing according to University guidelines.
This non-endowed scholarship fund accepts tax-deductible contributions at any time. To make a contribution, please contact Meghan Greenwell, Director of Development, KSA at 502 873 4353 or email: