The College of Communication and Information has several opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to obtain scholarship funding. For a list of these scholarships, please see below.

Generally, the deadline for scholarship applications is early in the spring semester to award funding for the following academic year. For specific information on scholarships, contact the specified department office or the Office of Student Services in 107 Grehan Building.

Additional funding and scholarship resources:

Scholarship offerings are subject to change.

  • This scholarship will be awarded to a student who is a resident of Henderson County, KY.; if in any given year none are eligible then the scholarship can be awarded to any student in the School of Journalism and Telecommunications who resides in Ballard, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Daviess, Fulton, Graves, Hancock, Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Lyon, Logan, Marshall, McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Todd, Trigg, Union or Webster Counties. The student must show an interest in public affairs reporting; demonstrate financial need; and be declared pre-major or major in the School of Journalism and Telecommunications. This scholarship was established by Judy Clabes in honor of her parents and their abiding love for the University of Kentucky, their insatiable interest in the news and public affairs, and appreciation of the value of education.
  • This fund supports an outstanding ISC major. The award honors the memory of Schulte, an associate professor of advertising in the School of Journalism and Telecommunications for nine years.
  • This fund supports activities of the annual Tournament of Champions and can be used for fee reductions for participating teams, the annual Breakfast of Champions event, meals for competitors, academic scholarships for champions, travel grants, and an annual J.W. Patterson Policy Debate Scholarship to the TOC Policy Debate Champion and the second place TOC Policy Debate Team.
  • This scholarship supports graduate students seeking Library Science degrees. The award honors the memories of Vivian J. MacQuown, a retired UK faculty member and her daughter, Melissa MacQuown Forsyth. Mrs. Forsyth (LIS/1989) was the Director of Libraries for Big Sandy Technical College Systems.
  • This fund supports students that exhibit academic excellence and dedication to a career in the mass media and communication industries.
  • This scholarship was established in 2004 by Marvin Burdine to honor his sister Williena, a librarian in the Somerset, Kentucky school system for 25 years. To be eligible for the award students must be from one of Kentucky's Appalachian counties (as defined by the ARC), demonstrate financial need, as determined by the Office of Financial Need, and be a major in Library Science.

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