For more information about the scholarships listed here or for applications, contact the Department of Communication, (210) 458-5990.
All scholarships awarded by the College of Liberal and Fine Arts require the recipient to:
Preference will be given to those applicants demonstrating financial need as determined by the UTSA Office of Student Financial Aid.
Completed applications should be mailed or delivered to:
Department of Communication
University of Texas at San Antonio
One UTSA Cirlce
San Antonio, TX 78249-0643
|Name||Award||Eligibility Summary*||Application Requirements*|
|Yolanda M. and Robert J. Crittenden Endowed Scholarship in Communication||Amount and number of awards vary depending on endowment distributions||
|Skip and Judy Eno Debate Scholarship||Amount dependent upon donor funding and availability of funds||
|The San Antonio Express-News Scholarship Fund||Amount and number of awards vary depending on endowment distributions||
|SMPS Striving for Excellence in Communication Scholarship||Amount dependent upon donor funding||
|Two STC Technical Editing Scholarships||$1,400 each||
|Univision Communications, Inc. Annual Scholarship||$1,500||
|The Marilyn Potts Scholarship of San Antonio||
|San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists|
|*The Eligibility Summary and Application Requirements are intended as summaries. For detailed information, please download a copy of the scholarship application provided above.|
The San Antonio Chapter of the Association for Women in Communication offers two scholarships to women planning careers in communications. The San Antonio Area Foundation administers the scholarship program.
The scholarships are open to female undergraduate students accepted at or enrolled in a Bexar County university, college or community college. The candidate must be a high school graduate or G.E.D. certified, have had a minimum three-year lapse from graduating high school or leaving the academic world and must be planning a career in a communications-related field, such as print or broadcast journalism, advertising or public relations.
The scholarship, established in 1989, is named to honor longtime public relations professional and AWC member, Audreyjane "Ajay" Castro.
Deadline to apply for the AWC/Ajay Castro Scholarship is April 29, 2004. Contact Bonnie Flake at 999-8490 for an application or download the application at the Association for Women in Communication webiste.
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