School of Communication & Journalism

Scholarships and Financial Aid

We offer a range of options to help fund your college experience.

Financial Aid

Visit the Auburn University Office of Student Financial Services for a wide variety of resources, including descriptions for the various types of financial aid.

Scholarships

School of Communication and Journalism

The School of Communication and Journalism offers several scholarships with the purpose of increasing diversity at Auburn University.

All students are required to apply for scholarships through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) system. Students can easily search, review requirements, apply, and accept awards for available scholarship opportunities.

Find more information, including eligibility requirements, for these and other scholarships in AUSOM:

Journalism
  • Cynthia Tucker '76 Endowed Scholarship
  • Kay Acton Fuston Endowed Scholarship
  • Louise and Henry P. Johnston Endowed Scholarship
  • Gannett Foundation/Montgomery Advertiser Endowed Scholarship
  • Maria Baugh and Liz Zale Endowed Scholarship
Public Relations
  • Thomas Gossom Jr. '75 Endowed Scholarship
  • Public Relations Alumni Annual Scholarship

 

College of Liberal Arts

The College of Liberal Arts offers five different competitive undergraduate scholarships for CLA students, ranging from general academic support to study abroad and internship support. Visit the CLA Scholarship Information page to learn more about these scholarships and the application process.

 

Other Scholarship Resources

 

Researching and compiling information on college financial aid opportunities takes time and patience. Below are several websites to help you get your search started. The National Scholarship Providers Association provides excellent general information for scholarship seekers at the following webpage: https://www.scholarshipproviders.org/page/scholarinfo.

In addition, BestColleges.com has researched and compiled a variety of helpful resources such as college and career planning, financial aid opportunities, along with information issues that may affect student health and wellness (i.e., homelessness, food security, mental health).

The resources below identify scholarships for a wide range of students, including nontraditional students, single parents, students of color, LGBTQ+ students, as well as military dependents.

 

For more information

Debra Worthington

Debra Worthington
School Director
219 Tichenor Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
(334) 844-2756
worthdl@auburn.edu

Last Updated: October 21, 2021