Although the formal deadline for the Winter/Spring 2023 application was January 9, we will continue to consider applications as long as funds are available. We encourage all those seeking assistance to apply as soon as possible. Classes begin the week of January 16 - January 21.

You must complete this form in its entirety as well as upload supporting documents to successfully submit the application. A separate application must be submitted for each student applying for a scholarship.

You will be required to create a Submittable account which will allow you to save your form as a draft, upload documents and check the status of your application.
If a scholarship is granted, regardless of the amount, the student will be expected to:

  1. Write at least five (5) thank you notes within the first 10 weeks of the semester to donors who make conservatory scholarships possible. 
  2. Participate in curtain speeches at select performances (upon request) during the theatre's Access to the Arts campaign.
  3. Participate in all end of year or end of semester performances. 
  4. Volunteer up to five hours each semester (upon request) at select conservatory events such as open houses or performances. 
  5. Maintain regular attendance to and demonstrate satisfactory progress in (as determined by their instructor in consultation with the president of the conservatory) all classes they are enrolled in. If other activities might preclude regular attendance, please discuss this with the conservatory president in advance. If a student drops out for reasons other than health or extenuating circumstances, families will be asked to pay back the amount awarded. This requirement allows us to assure that families and individuals accepting financial support are making their studies at the conservatory a priority.

Any special circumstances that will result in non-compliance with the above should be brought to the president of the conservatory’s attention as soon as they occur.

Please email with any questions.

The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts