Moody College of Communication Scholarship Application
By completing our application, students are considered for any of our scholarships for which they are eligible. This application is only available to currently-enrolled students. All of the application-based scholarships that the Moody College awards to incoming freshmen are awarded through UT's Freshman Scholarship Application.
The Moody College Scholarship Application for Fall 2020/Spring 2021 is available from January 29 - March 5 at noon.
What questions will I have to answer in the application?
Click here to review the full details of the scholarship application.
What are the criteria for the scholarships?
A full list of the scholarships awarded through this single application can be found here.
Am I eligible to apply?
Eligibility criteria are listed here.
Summer scholarships: The Moody College offers six scholarships that may be used for summer internships or projects. Full details are available on this webpage.
Jesse H. Jones Fellowships
The Moody College of Communication annually awards the Jesse H. Jones Endowed Centennial Fellowships to graduate students who possess exceptional ability in advertising, communication sciences and disorders, journalism, radio-television-film, or communication studies. The fellowships are awarded each Spring for the following academic year. The fellowships are open to masters or doctoral students who are enrolled in a Moody College graduate program at the time of application, or were enrolled in a Moody College graduate program during the prior long semester; applicants must be seeking funding for the second or subsequent year of their programs. Preference is given to candidates with a strong, interdisciplinary track record. Click here for more details.
Students should contact their graduate program coordinator for more information.
Wofford Denius Music Industry Internship Grants Program
The Wofford Denius Music Industry Internship Grants Program is a special program that grants financial assistance to Moody College of Communication students pursuing summer internships in the music industry in Los Angeles, New York City and Nashville.
Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
The Undergraduate Research Fellowship program provides support for specific scholarly research projects conducted by full-time UT undergraduate students enrolled in any department. These fellowships are intended to cover costs associated with academic research projects proposed and written by student applicants and undertaken with the supervision of a university tenured or tenure-track faculty member, lecturer, senior lecturer or full-time research scientist/engineer. Some restrictions apply. See current application for more information.