Hutchins Receives BFSDoArt’s Incoming Freshman Scholarship
The Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art has the extreme pleasure of recognizing Abigail Hutchins as the 2014 Betty Foy Sanders Incoming Freshman scholarship recipient.
Hutchins is coming from Deerfield Windsor School, Albany, Georgia where her diligence surpasses the classroom through community service projects and coaching a middle school cheer team. She has earned recognition for outstanding academic and artistic achievements, such as 2nd Place in Sanford Bishop Congressional Art Competition, Honorable Mentions at Kiwanis Art Competition, All A Honor Role, and the Headmaster’s Award. At Georgia Southern, Hutchins plans on majoring in art with a minor in business or marketing.
About the Award
A native of Georgia and Bulloch County, Mrs. Sanders began her college career at Georgia Southern. A distinguished artist and advocate for the visual arts in Georgia, Mrs. Sanders’ ambition is to guarantee that the visual arts remain vital at Georgia Southern. She achieves this by ensuring that art students receive the support and recognition necessary for their creative development. Through their generous endowment and continued giving, Former Governor Carl and Mrs. Sanders have provided these four substantial undergraduate awards and so much more.
In order to win a BFSDoArt Scholarship and/or award, students submitted an application and portfolio, eligibility also required a 3.0 grade point average or above.