Music Scholarships & Awards
The Fine Arts Fellowship Program at Wabash was established in 1987 to encourage the development of the fine arts within a rigorous liberal arts context. Wabash is looking for students who show genuine promise as artists, actors, musicians, or creative writers and wish to pursue an education at one of the nation's finest liberal arts colleges. After a competitive application and audition process, Fine Arts Fellowships are offered each year to students with demonstrated ability in one or more of the following: visual arts, creative writing, music, and theater. Fine Arts Fellows receive tuition grants worth up to $11,000 per year, regardless of financial need.
The Louis Catuogno Prize in Piano is made possible by a gift from Mrs. Edward McLean in memory of her brother who was chairman of the Department of Piano at Texas Technological University at Lubbock, Texas. The award is given to that student who, in the estimation of the chair of the Music Department at Wabash College, demonstrates ability and appreciation of piano as a medium of musical expression.
The Glee Club Senior Award is given annually to those seniors who have made the most valuable contributions of effort and talent to the Glee Club while at Wabash. Selection is made by the active membership of the Glee Club. The R. Robert Mitchum Glee Club Leadership Award is an annual award to a member of the Glee Club who, in the judgment of the Director, demonstrates leadership qualities in the efforts of the Glee Club. The award is derived from the R. Robert Mitchum Glee Club Endowment established by former Glee Club members to remember his great contributions to the Wabash Glee Club. Robert Mitchum served as Director of the Glee Club for twenty-two year, starting in 1947.
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