The A.Q. Miller School of Media and Communication is committed to helping our students pay for college through both need-based and merit-based scholarships. Scholarships are available to all Media and Communication students, including incoming, transfer, returning, and graduate students.
Alumni giving provides nearly $190,000 in annual scholarships for students in the A.Q. Miller School. Thanks to this generosity, the Media and Communication scholarship program is one of the largest funders of education in K-State’s College of Arts and Sciences.
If you are majoring in — or are intending to major in — advertising and public relations, communication studies, digital innovation in media or news and sports media, you may apply for A.Q. Miller School of Media and Communication scholarships.
The priority date for submitting applications through the K-State Scholarship Network (KSN) by incoming freshman is February 1. To ensure eligibility, call the K-State Office of Admissions at 785-532-6250 and make sure you have indicated your major within the department.
The priority date for continuing students, transfer students, and international students is March 15.
To apply for A.Q. Miller School scholarships or other K-State scholarships, visit the K-State Scholarship Network.
For questions, please contact the scholarship committee co-chairs, Ian Punnett or William James Taylor.
Scholarship applicants should be aware of the following guidelines: