Every year, Nossi honors area high school students with two Nossi College of Art Scholarships, the Presidential Scholarship and the Mahtaban Scholarship.
To obtain a Presidential Scholarship, students must have distinguished themselves by demonstrating an exceptional eye and ability in photography during high school. Students must write a one page essay, obtain a letter of recommendation and provide a portfolio of work to the college. This scholarship is designed to help incoming students with tuition, books and equipment for class. They are awarded $2,400 towards an associate degree and $4,400 towards a bachelor’s degree.
Presidential Scholarship Winners – all will be attending Nossi College of Art this fall.
Brittany Tytlandsvik, graduated from Nashville School of the Arts
Amber Thomas, graduated from Colonial Forge High School
Kali Ann Alvarado, graduated from Gardner-Edgerton High School
Kelly Williams, graduated from Bismarck High School
Sarah Abell, graduated from Sparkman High School
Bethany Krebs, graduated from LaVergne High School
Maranda Melton, graduated from Watertown High School
To obtain a Mahtahban Scholarship, high school students must distinguished themselves by demonstrating an exceptional talent in graphic design and art during high school. This scholarship is designed to help incoming students with tuition, books and materials. They are awarded $2,400 towards an associate degree and $4,400 towards a bachelor’s degree.
Mahtaban Scholarship Winners – all will be attending Nossi College of Art this fall.
Kaylia Caudel, graduated from Hunters Lane High School
Shelby Deaton, graduated from Moore County High School
Carly Johns, graduated from Wilson Central High School
James Sharp, graduated from Tupelo High School
Congrats to these students for their hard work. We look forward to seeing them in class this fall!