The Department of Art, Graphic Design and Art History has numerous scholarships and internship possibilities available throughout a student’s career at OSU. Select here for complete list of scholarships.


  • You can get money for OSU study abroad classes.  Arts and Sciences Study Abroad Scholarships: 
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  • Students without a passport can apply for the Gary Auel First Passport Grant. All OSU undergraduate and graduate students applying for their first US passport may apply. Gerry Auel First Passport Grant Deadline: February 15, 2017


Scholarship applications for the Department of Art, Graphic Design, and Art History are accepted through the online program Slideroom. There is no cost to set up a slideroom account, and no cost to apply for a scholarship.


Travel courses are available for both majors and non-majors. The Doel Reed Scholarships and the Study Abroad Scholarships are available to undergraduates and graduate students.

 ART 4800/ART 5910: Converging Cultures: Art and Devotion
July 9 - 20, 2018 
Cristina González

Hosted at the Doel Reed Center for the Arts in Taos, New Mexico

The course is a brief but intensive introduction to the art and culture of Spanish New Mexico, starting with Spanish explorations in the late sixteenth century and ending in the nineteenth century with Mexico’s independence from Spain. A significant portion of the course is given to devotional art and its function in architectural spaces and pious practices. Every topic is punctuated with pedagogical interventions spotlighting the long history of engagement with the art and communities of the region. The course encourages students to consider how the ongoing process of recovery, restoration, recreation and display continues to (re)shape our vision of New Mexico and its visual culture.

Generous scholarships are available—apply today!

ART 4800/5900 or HIST 3980 (H and I designations)
In the Shadow of Pompeii
May 15-28, 2018
Dr. Gonzalez (Art History) and Dr. D'Andrea (HIstory)

Explore the cultural and historical landscape of Italy, from the great archaeological sites and museums of Rome to the ruins of Paestum and Pompeii.

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ART 4800 or HIST 3980 or HONR 3000: Cambridge in the Middle Ages
August 3 – 17
Taught by Dr. Jennifer Borland (Art) and Dr. Emily Graham (History)

Hosted at Magdalene College, Cambridge University August 3-17, 2018

Generous scholarships are available—apply today!


If you have any questions please contact Ulli Schoenknecht, Academic Advisor.
Office:(405) 744-4064
Fax:(405) 744-5767