Contact & Location

Moscow

School of Journalism
and Mass Media

Physical Address:
Administration Bldg. 347
PHONE: (208) 885-6458
FAX: (208) 885-6450
E-MAIL: jamm@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
School of Journalism
and Mass Media
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3178
Moscow, ID 83844-3178

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Scholarships

(Application Information Below)

Louise Schlegel Bevens Scholarship
Available to any journalism and mass media major.

Lucile Bondurant Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of the mother of Cecil Bondurant, one of the founding fathers of KUID-TV. Bondurant was chief engineer at KUID-TV and a faculty member in Radio-TV from 1962-1981. Available to Radio-TV majors.

JAMM Activities Scholarship
Awarded to journalism and mass media students who have attended UI at least one prior semester. Must be a full-time student, with a minimum 2.5 GPA.

Bert Cross Journalism Scholarship
The Bert Cross Scholarship honors the longtime head of the Department of Journalism and faculty member in Journalism (1962-1985). This scholarship is available to journalism majors. Academic achievement is the primary consideration and financial need is secondary.

Kristin David Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established by relatives and friends in memory of Journalism and Political Science student Kristen David. It is available to any Journalism and Mass Media major with financial need. Preference given to double majors in JAMM and Political Science.

Robert Finlayson Scholarship
Priority given to advertising majors.

Theodore Florentz Scholarship
Established by UI alum Theodore Florentz to promote excellence, this scholarship is open to any Journalism and Mass Media major, based on GPA.

Aden Hyde Memorial Journalism Scholarship
Available to full-time journalism students.

Nancy Jones Journalism Scholarship
Available to full-time journalism students.

Eugene & Beverly Luntey Journalism Scholarship
Awarded to full-time journalism majors.

Edward F. Mason Journalism Scholarship
Edward Files Mason was the founding father of the University of Idaho Journalism program, organizing the curriculum after World War I. In his eleven years at the UI, he also served as Director of Publications and Secretary of the Faculty. He retired from the University of Iowa and died in 1967. This scholarship is available to the most outstanding journalism junior.

David Maxey Scholarship
This scholarship is based on writing skill, commitment and GPA. It honors David R. Maxey (1936-1984), a 1958 UI alum who became a distinguished journalist and editor of "Look" magazine and "GEO."

Inez Robb Scholarship
This scholarship is available to a journalism junior or senior, based on GPA. The scholarship was established in honor of Caldwell, Idaho native Inez Robb (1901-1979), a nationally syndicated newspaper columnist whose work appeared in 160 newspapers around the country and the world. She received an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from the UI in 1959.

Betty Ann Sechser Scholarship
Available to journalism majors who graduated from an Idaho high school.

Albert Edward Whitehead Scholarship
This scholarship was established by longtime UI Speech and Drama faculty member Albert Edward Whitehead. Preference is given to students who have successfully completed upper division classes in good academic standing.

Visit UI's Financial Aid Scholarships Web site at http://www.uidaho.edu/financialaid/scholarships  if you are interested in any of the above scholarships and to learn about other opportunities. For general financial aid information, please visit the UI Student Financial Aid Services Web site: http://www.uidaho.edu/financialaid.