Financial aid is a critical part of most students' education. Currently, about 70 percent of Baylor students are on financial assistance or scholarship aid.
Financial aid is offered through department scholarships, federal loans, grants and scholarships. For federal loans, grants and scholarships, students must apply through Baylor's Financial Aid Office located in Clifton Robinson Tower.
Contact the office for further details at 254-710-2611.
The department offers nearly $200,000 in annual scholarship funds to students. An additional $40,000 is set aside for incoming freshman and transferring journalism majors. The amount offered in scholarships is more than any other department in the College of Arts & Sciences.
Current journalism majors must submit applications with all required material by January. Incoming freshman and transfer students have until March. All applications are available in December.
Other scholarship deadlines are in the spring, but students should apply as soon as possible. To apply, a 2.5 GPA is required. Recipients are announced at the annual spring banquet in April.
For more information, students should contact Dr. Mia-Moody-Ramirez, chair of the JPRNM scholarship committee.
Return all required materials to:
Department of Journalism, Public Relations and New Media Scholarship Committee
Attn: Dr. Mia-Moody-Ramirez
Baylor University, P.O. Box 97353
Waco, TX 76798-7353
Scholarships will be announced at the Journalism Awards Banquet in April. For more information, contact Dr. Mia Moody-Ramirez at 254-710-3261.