Communications: Scholarships

School of Communications Endowed Scholarships

There are several scholarships available to incoming and current students who select a major in the School of Communications. Find eligibility requirements, applications, and due dates here.

Michael B. Bingman Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Open to graduate students in the School of Communications currently pursuing any of our six graduate degree programs.

The scholarship amounts and number of awards will vary from year to year.


Nancy Anne Underwood Photography Scholarship

Offered to full-time Webster students majoring in photography in the School of Communications. Applicants must be of junior or senior status during the year of receipt and possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher. Applicants must have a free application for federal financial aid (FAFSA) on file in Webster's financial aid office.

One scholarship of about $3,000 is awarded each year.


James H. Wilson II Endowed Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is open to any student enrolled in the School of Communications, full- or part-time. Applicants must be sophomore, junior, or senior status during year of receipt. Priority consideration is given to students who have lived in the St. Louis area for at least four years and who have a demonstrated financial need.

One scholarship of about $3,000 is awarded each year.


Elva Norman Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established to assist women pursuing a degree in communications, either full or part time. Applicants must be non-traditional female students aged 25 and above who have achieved junior or senior status the year of receipt.

One scholarship of about $1,500 is awarded each year.


For questions or applications for any of the scholarships, please contact:

Susan Napoleon
Sverdrup Building, Room 230
Office phone 314-246-7154

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