Undergraduate and graduate journalism students. Preference for students from the South Bend, Indiana, area.
Master’s journalism student with a record of academic excellence and intends to pursue a career in print journalism.
Graduate student studying media.
Interest in the study of radio and television and demonstrates imagination, artistic integrity and creativity.
Graduate student studying media. Preference for students who have demonstrated high academic merit and financial need.
Undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in The Media School who have demonstrated an interest in communicating science concepts through writing or multimedia projects. Preference will be given to students who are pursuing a major in the school.
Graduate journalism students. Preference for students who have worked or intend to work for a subscription newsletter and are from Indianapolis or Scotch Plains, New Jersey.
Additional scholarship opportunities
The following scholarships require a separate application. Application processes and deadlines vary.
Graduate students in any Media School degree program are eligible to apply for up to $500 to help facilitiate original work. This money may not be used to travel to conferences, but may be used to support travel directly associated with creative production (e.g., to shot locations) and research (e.g., to archive locations).
An annual prize for an undergraduate or graduate student who:
has a minimum GPA of 3.65
has been enrolled as a full-time student for at least three semesters
is majoring in journalism with a second concentration or major outside of the school
has prior experience on a newspaper, magazine, campus media, radio/TV, film or digital publication, and
has demonstrated knowledge and skills, and is an astute reporter and documentarian of events with the ability to gather compelling reports or investigation through words and images.
Graduate students may submit proposals for projects that will encourage research and experimentation in new journalistic concepts, content and techniques, especially those that support the profession’s public affairs mission.