Santa Reparata International School of Art

SANTA REPARATA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ART - FLORENCE, ITALY
Fine Arts Liberal Arts Design

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PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
MY SRISA can be used for prospective students who plan to attend SRISA.  We invite you to create an account to: 

• Apply for admission
• Check your admission status
• Pay the registration fee
• Schedule a campus tour in Florence
• View sample course syllabi

CURRENT STUDENTS
MY SRISA is used by enrolled students to:

• Register (register, add/drop)
• Manage billing (view invoices, pay tuition, housing, and fees)
• View grades
• View course syllabi and assignments

STAFF AND FACULTY
MY SRISA is used by SRISA Faculty for the following types of activities:

• Advise students
• View registration
• Assign grades to students
• Upload course syllabi and assignments, and share other academic information with their students

PARTNERS
MY SRISA is used by SRISA partners and university affiliates to:

• View course syllabi
• Access registration forms
• Access Faculty-Led Program information
• View and Pay invoices
• Request Marketing material

SECURITY
MY SRISA is intended for the use of the SRISA community. It is available for the communication of confidential academic information. By accessing this system, you are obliged to conform with SRISA’s information security policy and to not compromise your or any other person’s confidential information.

Under the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), confidential student information may not be disclosed to a third party without explicit permission from the student. You may direct any questions regarding confidentiality of student records to SRISA’s Assistant Director.
SRISA ENROLLMENT APPLICATION FORM
SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM
The SRISA Scholarship Program provides an invaluable opportunity for prospective SRISA students to study abroad in Florence. The program is designed to recognize students who have excelled academically, are artistically talented, under-represented, or exhibit a financial need.

The 
SRISA Scholarships are awarded to a carefully selected group of students who have demonstrated discipline, integrity, tenacity, and a strong academic standing. 

Scholarships are available for the Fall and Spring semesters only, with the exception of the Need Based Scholarship, which is also available during the Summer A term. Scholarship applicants must be enrolled full-time through SRISA and have at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average.

SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS PER SEMESTER
  • Full Tuition Merit Scholarships: $7,540 Award* 

  • Full Tuition Need Based Work-Study Scholarships: $7,540 Award*

  • Diversity Scholarships: $3,000 Award 

  • Partial Tuition Work-Study Scholarships (Merit and Need Based): $2,200 Award

  • Returning Student Work-Study Scholarships: $2,200 Award


Students interested in applying for a scholarship must complete all application requirements and submit them by the deadline. Students will be contacted 30 days after the deadline to be notified of their status.

SPRING 2017 Scholarship Application Deadline: October 1, 2016
SUMMER A 2017 Scholarship Application Deadline: February 1, 2017
FALL 2017 Scholarship Application Deadline: May 25, 2017

Scholarship Application Requirements:

The application materials vary depending on the scholarship you are applying for: Merit, Need Based, or Diversity.  Below are the basic materials required for all scholarships.  Please review the
Scholarship Guidelines for complete list of materials.

  • SRISA enrollment application (click here for online form)

  • Scholarship application

  • Minimum two (2) professional reference letters

  • Official transcript

  • Resume/Curriculum Vitae

  • Personal Statement Essay: minimum 300 words detailing why you feel you are a strong candidate, what you hope to gain form the study abroad experience, and how SRISA can contribute to your long-term goals.



Note: SRISA scholarships and discounts are non-cumulative.  If a student has been awarded both a scholarship and a discount, the greater of the two will be applied.