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I'm a junior and I'm going to be applying to Bucknell in the summer (likely ED) and I have a question about the Visual Arts Scholarship. I read somewhere that you have to be majoring in art to qualify for it and I was wondering if anyone knows if one can minor in art and still be considered? I'm really good at painting but I plan on majoring in psychology in college and because I'm not applying for FA, I was hoping this would help to ease the cost of tuition if I were to get in. Plus, it would look really good to admissions to be considered for the scholarship.
If you could help me, I'd be extremely grateful! Thank you!