The Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Fund
For Students in the Creative and Performing Arts
The Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Fund was established in 1981 to support undergraduate music students at the University of Texas at Dallas. Bryce Jordan, flutist and musicologist, was the first President of UT Dallas. It has since been extended, with Dr. Jordan's approval, to provide financial support for undergraduate students in any of the creative and performing arts. The School of Arts and Humanities awards these scholarships in the Art and Performance area, which includes music, theatre, dance, creative writing and the visual arts.
Scholarships are awarded from $500 to $1,000 per long semester to students who are or will be full-time students. Preference is given to students who major within the School of Arts and Humanities but may also be awarded to students who minor in the arts. Scholarships are awarded over the two long semesters (Fall and Spring), half payable in each semester. Scholarship recipients must enroll in at least one course in the Art and Performance area (usually an upper level performing ensemble or studio course, or an upper level creative writing course) during each semester. For more information about courses in the arts, visit the course descriptions page.
Students who are currently receiving an academic scholarship that covers full tuition and fees are not eligible. These scholarships include, but are not limited to, Academic Distinction Scholarships, Academic Honors Scholarships, Academic Excellence Scholarships for National Merit Scholars and the McDermott Scholars Program.
Renewals are not automatic, but students may reapply for subsequent scholarships for a total scholarship period of up to four years.
New and transfer students must have been accepted by the University of Texas at Dallas prior to applying for a Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship. Continuing students must be in good academic standing and must enroll full-time during the scholarship period.
The application period is now over.
Students may submit a hard copy application in lieu of the online application form.
Include work sample(s) on CD/DVD or in printed format. Return the completed forms and supporting materials to the Arts and Humanities office front desk (JO 4.510). Please submit the documents in a sealed envelope labeled:
c/o Michele Hanlon
Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship
Or mailed to:
Michele Hanlon, Asst. Dean of Undergraduate Studies
School of Arts and Humanities, JO31
University of Texas at Dallas
800 W. Campbell Rd.
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
The application period is now over.
Questions or concerns may be addressed to:
Clinical Associate Professor
School of Arts and Humanities
2015-2016 Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Recipients
|Taurian Witt||Jessica Bowers||Anna Galluzzi|
|Virginia Beam||Nina Cook||Emilio Lozano||Mimi Newman|
2014-2015 Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Recipients
Kien Tran Hoang
2013-2014 Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Recipients
2012-2013 Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Recipients
2011-2012 Jonelle and Bryce Jordan Scholarship Recipients
|Bryce Jordan was the founding President of the University of Texas at Dallas, serving with distinction from 1971-81. He later served as President of Penn State University. He received his doctorate in music from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was Professor of Music and chairman of the department.|
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