BSU Letterman Telecommunications Scholarship

The Letterman Telecommunications Scholarships were established by David M. Letterman, a 1970 Radio-Television graduate of Ball State.

The purpose of this fund is to provide financial assistance to Ball State majors and minors in telecommunications who are deserving students due to their successful academic achievements.

Full Description

There will be three lucky recipients and the award amounts are the following:

  • $10,000 for the winner
  • $5,000 for the first runner-up
  • $3,333 for the second runner-up.

These awards apply to the next academic year and can be used for educational purpose only.

Who's eligible?

So as to be able to get this amazing award, the applicant must have between 30 and 102 credits at the end of the Fall semester and major or minor in telecommunications with at least 12 credits at the time of application.

Then, he/she must be enrolled at Ball State in a semester that falls within the 12 months immediately following the announcement of the award.

How to Apply

The Letterman Telecommunications Scholarships has the aim to recognize students’ academic and creative achievements, so as to apply for any of these awards, you will need to fill out and submit their application form which can be found on the scholarship provider’s official website the moment the application process begins.

The applicant should submit his/her creative project with the completed application, as well as a list of the TCOM courses for which they have earned credit.

Your project should not be more than two pages long and you are supposed to explain how you conceived, developed, and prepared your creative project.

The project should be the intellectual property of one person.

All winners must provide copies of their entries to be included in the Letterman Scholarship Library as well as an additional copy to the department’s administrative coordinator to send to Mr. Letterman.

Furthermore, all winners may need to provide a review board with proof of their project’s authenticity.

A committee of Telecommunications faculty and two graduate students will evaluate your creativity and determine who the most deserving applicants are.

The department will present the award at the Telecommunications Awards Banquet.

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