Each year, the Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication awards more than 100 scholarships worth nearly $250,000 to HSJMC undergraduate majors and premajors.
Each year, the Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication awards more than 100 scholarships worth nearly $250,000 to HSJMC undergraduate majors and premajors. These scholarships are awarded based upon academic performance; potential for a career in Journalism or Strategic Communication; and, in some instances, financial need.
How do I qualify?
If you are a HSJMC major and you are enrolled full-time, you may apply for an HSJMC scholarship. Awards are for the following academic year and range from $500 to $6,500. Students coded by the College of Liberal Arts as pre-jour may also complete an application to be considered for pre-major scholarships.
How do I apply for a HSJMC scholarship?
The HSJMC Scholarship application is available to Journalism majors in January for the following academic year. This one application allows students to be considered for all HSJMC scholarships.
The deadline for the 2019-2020 academic year scholarship application is Feb 1, 2019 @ 4:00 pm (no late applications accepted).
Other Scholarship Opportunities
- College of Liberal Arts Scholarships
- U of M Scholarship Search Tool
- Non U of M Scholarships
- Office of Student Finance
Hearst Journalism Awards
The Hearst Journalism Awards program is a multi-level awards program that features scholarship money for the winners. To be considered for an award, students must first submit their entries to the designated contact in HSJMC. Check out upcoming deadlines here.
Undergraduate Research Funds Grant Application
The HSJMC is pleased to provide undergraduate students an opportunity to apply for Undergraduate Research funds. Undergraduate Research grants are designed to help support academic research projects with a priority placed on requests for Honors thesis and Honors project research. For more information about undergraduate research funds and to submit a grant application, visit the Undergraduate Research Funds Grant Application page.