Ruth Hibbs Hyland Scholarship in Art Education

Established in 1972 by Mr. Fred T. Hyland in honor of his wife, Ruth Hibbs Hyland, the Hyland Scholarship is designated for sophomores, juniors, and seniors majoring in Art Education. Mrs. Hyland was a 20-year faculty member in the School of the Arts and was the sister of Dr. Henry Hibbs, founder of the Richmond Professional Institute. Selection of recipients is based on academic merit, leadership qualities, financial need, and teaching potential.

School of the Arts
Supplemental Questions
  1. Upload your current resume
  2. Upload a letter of Application (single page) - Include a description of accomplishments, ideas about art and teaching, co-curricular activities, service contributions, special awards, recognition, exhibitions and teaching experience.
  3. Upload a pdf with 5-8 examples of recent studio work. Include images and a description of each piece. Max file size 10 MB
  4. Provide contact details for TWO professional references. Include name, address, telephone, email and title for each. NO LETTER REQUIRED at this time
  5. Do you have a FAFSA on file with VCU's Office of Financial Aid for next academic year?