Scholarships   Universities   Conferences   Student associations   Summer courses   Jobs   How to write a...

Find us on Google+
Google+
WRITE A MOTIVATION LETTER
[find out more]
SCHOLARSHIPS IN USA
[find out more]
HOW TO WRITE A CV
[find out more]
TOP USA UNIVERSITIES
[find out more]



 Log email:
 Password:
 
Not a member? Click here to join.



Scholarships
United States
European Union
CEE States
Other

Conferences
Small fee conferences
No fee conferences
Full grant conferences

Summer courses
United States
European Union
CEE States
Other

Jobs

How to write a...
How to write a resume How to write a CV
Write a motivation letter
Prepare your trip aboard
Write a structured essay
Prepare for an interview
Write a cover letter
Write a research essay
Write a recommendation letter
Apply for a scholarship

Featured websites

Retete culinare ilustrate
mondoucina.ro

Retete de vis
retetedevis.ro

Easy recipes explained step by step
RecipesFantasy.com

 
Howard College
Big Spring, United States - Texas



   

University description (as per official university website)

History

“It is my hope that this building will inspire students to develop ‘the arts’ in their lives,” said Hall. “Anyone can be an artist if they acquire a reverence for the form of art they are pursuing. This auditorium reflects that spirit of wonder and reverence as well as the strength of synergy, unity and teamwork.”

Hall, well known for her philanthropic activities in West Texas and specifically to educational institutions, has made many contributions in honor of those who have a special place in her life. Therefore it is no accident that the namesake performing venues in Hall Center for the Arts carry the name of her father, Dr. Granville T. Hall and her mother, Florence T. Hall.

Hall’s father, Dr. Granville T. Hall, a highly respected physician from Big Spring, practiced a different form of art through the medical profession as well as farming and ranching. He regularly took his family to New York to experience the thrill of Broadway productions with musicals being at the top of his favorites. Dr. Hall, like many others, was an artist in an unconventional way as he carried out his crafts. “People can create a form of art through their chosen craft such as landscaping, plumbing or building,” said Hall. “You can see their devotion to their craft and can appreciate the art form they create.”

Although she had no formal voice training, Florence T. Hall was a fine soloist and sang in church and other venues within the community. Her love for the arts was evident not only through her music but also through her classical sense of style. Marie Hall began playing piano at the early age of 6 and played throughout her high school years and into college.

We invite you to be a part of Howard College’s Department of Community Education’s non-credit programs and classes. Our wide variety of classes will help you keep in step with today’s rapidly changing world. You choose the class that’s right for you. Topics are current, challenging, and taught by individuals dedicated to teaching.
Non-credit short courses, seminars, and workshops offer a broad range of activities intended to provide information to individuals of all ages. Continuing Community Education programs at Howard College have been designed to give students an opportunity to explore new activities for personal growth and enjoyment as well as lifelong learning opportunities and professional development.

During the year, Howard College will plan additional credit-free courses, seminars and workshops in cooperation with businesses, industry, individuals, and organizations in the community. The college will constantly strive to meet educational needs and will develop special programs in response to demand. We invite you to contact Howard College concerning an educational interest. Community Education classes are offered on a non-credit basis. Community Education Units (CEU’s) are awarded for successful completion of some courses. Generally, there are no entrance requirements or examinations.

Students

The student enrollment at Howard College was 3,329 in 2007 (1,872 full-time equivalent).

Undergrads are 100% of enrolled students.

Students living in the US make up 100% of incoming freshmen.







Website:: http://www.howardcollege.edu/
Email: jalley@howardcollege.edu; rtorres@howardcollege.edu
Scholarships section: Scholarships website section
Scholarships email: rvillanueva@howardcollege.edu; jwright@howardcollege.edu






   Scholarships and grants for international students @ Howard College

   
Next >>
   HSF/Air Products Excellence in Engineering Scholarship Program The TCU Texas Youth Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Program National Business Association Scholarship Program UTeach
   The Goldman Sachs Scholarship for Excellence The National Restaurant Association Education Foundation Scholarship Program International Dairy Deli Bakery Association National Association of Black Accountants Scholarship
   BEST & THE BRIGHTEST SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Bard College at Simons Rock Acceleration to Excellence Program Southern Illinois University Undergraduate and Graduate Tuition Awards 2010 IAPG Houston Scholarship
   Fellowships for Advances Training in Fine Arts Conservation Winterthur Research Fellowship Program Oregon State University International Cultural Service Program Indian Student Assistance Grant
        

   
Next >>


 


Scholarships

Junior Fulbright Program
United States


Ford Foundation International Fellows Program
Worldwide


Rotary Fellowships
Global Network of Community Volunteers

Student grants

Graduate Assistantship and Doctoral Assistantship

International Fee Remission

Half Tuition Merit Scholarships

Grant in Aid

Lillian Moller Gilbreth Scholarship

Harvard-Smithsonian Postdoctoral and Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory Predo

Japan Studies Dissertation Workshop

Hauser Global Scholars Program

Need-Based Grants

Gwendolen M Carter/PAS-NU Fellowships

Internship in Environmental Education

Internships for Astronomical Research

Howard Heinz Social and Public Policy Fellowships

MASWE Memorial Scholarship

Jesse Marvin Unruh Assembly Fellowship

High School Graduate Scholarships

Graduate Assistantship

Frank M Chapman Memorial Fund

International House of Japan

Catherine H Beattie Fellowship for Conservation Horticulture

Universities

University of KwaZulu-Natal

University of Limpopo

University of Pretoria

University of South Africa

University of Stellenbosch

University of the Free State

University of the Witwatersrand

University of Western Cape - UWC

University of Zululand

Copperbelt University

University of Zambia

Solusi University

Universidade de Cabo Verde

University of Mauritius

Universite de la Reunion
 
 

Privacy | Disclaimer | Sitemap