Jump to:Page Content
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation has an ongoing commitment to support graduate students making extraordinary contributions to their fields of study and recognizes the importance of providing assistance to those striving for excellence.
The Foundation's Graduate Arts Award is for up to $50,000 per year for up to three years to college seniors and recent graduates with financial need who will pursue a graduate or professional degree in the visual arts, performing arts, or creative writing. To be eligible, candidates must be nominated by the faculty representative at their undergraduate institution.
The Foundation's Dissertation Fellowship is for up to $25,000 for advanced doctoral students who are completing dissertations that inform the Foundation's mission: advancing the education of exceptionally promising students who have financial need. To be eligible, candidates must demonstrate superior academic achievement, have successfully defended their dissertation proposals, and be enrolled full-time in a US graduate degree program.
The Foundation's Continuing Graduate Scholarships are offered to students who receive undergraduate scholarships from the Foundation.