Yesterday, Governor Nixon restored state funding for both the Missouri Fine Arts Academy and Scholars Academy. Missouri residents who have been accepted into these programs will now attend for free! If you have already submitted your program fee payment, your full payment will be refunded once grant funds have transferred. If you have not yet made your payment, do not do … [Read more...] about MFAA 2016 students to attend for free!
Live just outside of Missouri but always wanted to attend MFAA? Now's your chance. Non-Missouri residents can now apply for admission to this year's Missouri Fine Arts Academy. All students who complete the program earn 3 credit hours (IDS101) transferable to any university. Apply today! Note: non-Missouri residents pay an out-of-state program fee of $2,100. This includes all … [Read more...] about Missouri Fine Arts Academy now accepting non-Missouri applicants
Due to the loss of one-time tobacco settlement funds, Governor Jay Nixon has restricted spending in order to maintain a balanced budget. The Missouri Fine Arts Academy will no longer receive state support for 2016. What this means Students who are accepted into the Missouri Fine Arts Academy will pay a program fee. The Missouri Fine Arts Academy staff is currently working … [Read more...] about Governor Nixon withholds funding of 2016 Missouri Fine Arts Academy
Missouri State’s Missouri Fine Arts Academy, also known as MFAA,will begin accepting applications for its 2016 summer program (June 5-25) several months earlier this year on Nov. 1. The application period will run until Jan. 15, 2016. Changes on the horizon for summer 2016 academy Due to Governor Nixon's recent budgetary cuts, the Missouri Fine Arts Academy will not receive … [Read more...] about MFAA students gain new artistic perspectives