Our students also receive scholarships from a variety of outside scholarship sources including Celia Moh, the Grand Rapids Foundation, the Berkowitz Scholarship Fund, the Grand Rapids Furniture Designers Association, the Gene Adcock Scholarship, the Bienenstock Furniture Library Scholarship, and many more, depending on their field of study.
Open to high school seniors in all media, Art Day Competition allows high school students to compete for up to $20,000 in scholarships to attend Kendall, divided equally over four years.
This competition is open to incoming freshmen and transfer undergraduate students. Students must be accepted to KCAD by January 31 of the year you intend to enter.
These scholarships are available to new transfer students. To receive award consideration, student must be accepted to KCAD by March 1 (for a fall semester start) or November 1 (for a spring semester start) of the year you intend to enter.
These scholarships are available to new undergraduate students. To receive award consideration, student must be accepted to KCAD by April 15 (for a fall semester start) or November 15 (for a spring semester start) of the year you intend to enter.
This competition is open to current undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate exceptional art and design talent.
An endowed scholarship is a major gift to KCAD from a private donor used to fund scholarships.
These outside private scholarship opportunities are available to students, regardless of program of study.
There are also a number of outside private program-specific scholarships available.
Additional scholarship opportunities are available through Ferris State University.
There are many reputable scholarship search engines available to help you in your quest to find scholarship money. Also included are application and essay writing tips.
This need-based grant is available to undergraduate and graduate students.