Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship Announcement

Deadline: Friday, December 11, 2020 

To access the application: 

  • Visit PittFund$Me at pi.tt/PittFundsMe, which takes students to the "Scholarship Universe." Please note, Chrome is the browser most compatible with this database.  
  • Sign in with Pitt credentials. 
  • You will see the Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship listed on your dashboard if you meet the edibility criteria. 

The scholarship is listed as the Dilva Lombardi Undergraduate Scholarship, offered through the Honors College, for Studio Arts majors only. Scholarship eligibility includes: 

  • Junior, senior, or fifth-year Studio Arts majors who have completed at least two full semesters at Pitt’s Oakland campus. 
  • Students receiving scholarships must be enrolled as a full-time student at the University of Pittsburgh during the term for which the scholarship is awarded. 
  • Achievement of at least an overall 3.25 GPA at Pitt. 

The scholarship may be used toward tuition (on Pitt's campus or any Study Abroad / Study Away program), as well as particular creative projects, or general financial need. 

Students will be asked to submit an unofficial transcript, resume, name of a faculty member as reference, short essay on how $2,000 scholarship would enable student to better achieve academic and creative goals and aspirations, and 3-5 images of creative work. 

The review committee will consider the quality of each candidate's academic and creative work and the extent to which the student essay reflects careful thought and provides strong evidence in favor of scholarship support. 

Please keep in mind: 

  • Applicants must be U.S. citizens or provide documentation of permanent resident or refugee status. International, non-degree seeking and visiting students are not eligible. 
  • Addition of a scholarship to a student’s financial aid package may affect overall terms of their package (please contact the Financial Aid Office to determine any impact this award may have on your aid package).

Direct all questions to Delanie Jenkins (djenkins@pitt.edu).