Ann Priest Writing Endowed Scholarship
The Ann Priest Endowed Scholarship was started in 1999 by former Chancellor Bill J. Priest in honor of his wife Ann. The scholarship is a talent-based writing award to encourage creative expression, joy in the written word, and the value of writing as a way to learn and communicate. This scholarship will be awarded to Richland Campus students who love the written word and have shown talent and promise in creative writing, journalistic writing or writing for mind-body-spirit wellness.
- Must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
- Major in Journalism
- Must be a student attending the Richland Campus during the period of the award.
- Must have completed a minimum of 12 credit hours at Richland Campus prior to the period of the award.
- Must have demonstrated that you have writing talent, enjoy the written word, and value writing as a way to learn and communicate
- Must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours for the period of the award
- Must submit a prose writing sample essay, two journalism articles, or up to five poems with an upper limit of 30 lines per poem or a total of 150 lines.
To qualify for this scholarship you must be enrolled in the required hours by the application deadline.
This scholarship renews for the spring semester. To receive the spring portion, the recipient must maintain the above requirements. Failure to do so could result in a loss of scholarship benefits.
- $500 Fall/Spring
- Anticipated Total
Anticipated total amount over the full term of this award.
- 07-Richland Campus, 21-International /DACA, Journalism
- Supplemental Questions
- You will need to submit a prose writing sample essay, or two journalism articles, or up to five poems with an upper limit of 30 lines per poem or a total of 150 lines.