George T. Crutchfield Journalism Scholarship
This fund was created in 1989 by friends and family of George T. Crutchfield, a faculty member and former director of the School of Mass Communications. The scholarship is awarded to a rising junior or senior majoring in the news-editorial program, and is based on academic achievement and the promise of success in newspaper work.
- College of Humanities and Sciences
- Supplemental Questions
- Provide a 50-100 word statement about why you are qualified to receive this scholarship.
- Provide up to six writing or other samples of your work (published stories, advertisements, public service announcements, press releases, demo tapes, etc.).