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Name Alfred T. Granger Student Art Fund
Number of Awards 6
Award Value $2,500 - $5,000
Award Type Need-Based Scholarship
Merit-Based Scholarship
Accept Applications Until March 1
Renewable
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Contact Information

Contact Vermont Student Assistance Corporation
P.O. Box 2000
Champlain Mill
Winooski, Vermont 05404
Phone (800)882-4166
Fax
Email info@vsac.org

Scholarship Description

HISTORY/PURPOSE:
Alfred T. Granger was a prominent New Hampshire architect in the 1940s. He completed his undergraduate work at New England College and received a graduate degree in design and architecture from Harvard University. Mr. Granger and his firm were responsible for the design of many hospitals and schools in New Hampshire and Vermont, notably the New Hampshire State House Annex. He was awarded the Jacobson National Prize for his design excellence. Upon his death in 1970, an endowed fund was established to support postsecondary study for talented students pursuing studies in architecture and design, fine arts, architectural engineering or mechanical drawing (CAD). Today these fields also include interior design and lighting design.

Eligibility
* Attend an accredited postsecondary school
approved for federal Title IV funding
* Seek a degree in architecture, interior design, studio art, architectural engineering, mechanical drawing, or lighting design
* Demonstrate academic achievement
* Demonstrate financial need