2022 ELC Graduate Scholarship
Protecting Black Voices Scholarship
The Protecting Black Voices Graduate Scholarship was created to support students committed to civic responsibility and community engagement. This scholarship is awarded to high-achieving graduate Black students pursuing an advanced degree in History, Political Science, Communications, Media, Journalism, Public Policy, Public Administration or related fields. This scholarship is open to incoming and current graduate students.
Two (2) scholarship awardees will receive a two-year, need-based scholarship in the amount of $10,000 per year to assist with educational expenses for the upcoming academic year(s). The scholarship will be paid directly to the awardees’ college or university and will be disbursed in equal amounts for the fall and spring semesters. Scholars will be required to resubmit their transcripts and meet the GPA criteria at the end of the academic year to renew the award for the subsequent academic year(s), if applicable.
|Program Level||Graduate (ex: MA, MPA, J.D., PhD)|
|GPA Requirement||3.0 GPA or higher|
|Fall 2022 Classification||Incoming or current graduate student|
|Area of Focus||History, Political Science, Communications, Media, Journalism, Public Policy, Public Administration or related fields|
|Award Amount||$10,000 per academic year|
|Award Length||2-year scholarship award|
This year’s national competition is open to undergraduate Engineering students. For more information or to apply before May 31, 2022, please click below.